Middlebury Police Log: Middlebury man accused of stealing gasoline

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Brett J. Webb, 32, of Middlebury for petit larceny on July 27, following an investigation at the Creek Road car wash.
Police allege that Webb had been stealing gas out of vehicles parked at the business at around 10:30 p.m. that Wednesday.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•  Checked the Main Street area on July 26 after dried blood had been found on the wall of a stairwell in a Main Street building. Police found no injured people in the area.
•  Were informed of the theft of a purse from the Washington Street area on July 26.
•  Investigated a report on July 26 of three children riding in a car without car seats on Court Street Extension. Police contacted the parents of the children and provided them with car seats.
•  Responded to a disorderly conduct complaint at a Court Street business on July 26. Police said a customer had been banging on the drive-through window because he was irate over his food being cold.
•  Checked the welfare of a woman found lying on the floor of a Court Street residence, unresponsive on July 27. The woman had come to her senses by the time police arrived.
•  Served a no-trespass order on a person for a Creek Road residence on July 27.
•  Searched for a man and woman who had allegedly been asking for money in the Main Street area on July 27.
•  Spoke with three men found sleeping on the town green on July 27.
•  Spoke with a Halladay Road resident on July 28 who was concerned about a possible credit card scam.
•  Received a report about a missing juvenile in the Jayne Court area on July 28. Police said the child was located at her father’s workplace.
•  Went to a North Pleasant Street business on July 28 on a report of a man disgruntled about the store not redeeming a bottle from the state of Maine.
•  Assisted a Lower Foote Street parent with an out-of-control youth on July 29.
•  Served a final “no stalking” order on a local man on July 29.
•  Assisted CSAC in locating a juvenile in the Catamount Park area on July 29.
•  Took a youth to Porter Hospital on July 29 to be admitted involuntarily, on behalf of the Counseling Service of Addison County (CSAC).
•  Responded to a domestic dispute at the intersection of Boardman Street and Wilson Road on July 29. Police separated the parties and said nothing physical had occurred.
•  Responded to a domestic disturbance at a Lindale Circle residence on July 29.
•  Received a report about protesters chaining themselves to equipment at the Vermont Gas pipeline project site off Route 7 north on July 29.
•  Responded to the Porter Hospital Emergency Department on July 29 on a report of an uncooperative mental health patient.
•  Responded to a report of a juvenile running away from a Case Street home on July 30. Police said the juvenile soon returned home.
•  Received a report about a man having a mental health crisis at a Jayne Court home on July 30. Police said Middlebury Regional EMS took the man to Porter Hospital.
•  Investigated a complaint about a man allegedly not allowing his ex to have her scheduled visitation with their child on July 30.
•  Responded to a report of a woman crying for help on Cross Street on July 30. Police said the woman was in fact arguing with someone over the phone.
•  Investigated a report of a man harassing a women in the Porter Medical Center parking lot on July 31. Police could not locate the men in question.
•  Cited Heidi Bergeron, 27, of Middlebury for retail theft, following an incident at Hannaford supermarket on July 31.
•  Received a report about a child crying in a South Village Green apartment on July 31. Police contacted the resident and determined the child was OK.
•  Escorted motorcyclists through town and up the Silver Towers camp in Ripton on July 31. Run by the Vermont Elks Association, the Silver Towers Camp serves people with mental and physical challenges.
•  Helped change a flat tire on a trailer hooked to a van off Route 7 South that contained a large number of children on July 31.
•  Were informed that someone had broken the rear window out of a vehicle parked in the Chipman Park area on July 31.
•  Interviewed a woman on July 31 who reported receiving unwanted messages from an employee of a store she had defrauded.
•  Responded twice on July 31 to a North Pleasant Street apartment to break up a dispute between roommates.
•  Warned the hosts of a Middlebury College-related party on Washington Street on July 31.

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