Vergennes Police Log: City police help crack a major Vt. burglary case
VERGENNES — Vergennes police handled mostly routine incidents between March 6 and 12, a week in which they also worked with Vermont State Police to crack a major burglary case (see story in A section).
In those seven days, city police:
• On March 6 received a tip about illegal drug activity in the area.
• On March 6 were told of trash being dumped illegally at a Ferrisburgh convenience store, identified the probable culprit through a piece of mail in the trash, and sent a letter about the issue to the suspect.
• On March 8 served an extension of a no-stalking order to a female Vergennes resident.
• On March 8 were told that a John Graham Shelter employee had been threatened by a potential resident.
• On March 8 served subpoenas to two United Technologies Corp. employees.
• At a March 8 West Main Street traffic stop cited a passenger for possession of marijuana and warned the driver for defective equipment.
• On March 9 responded to a minor two-car accident at the intersection of Main and South Water streets.
• On March 10 helped Burlington police by issuing a no-trespass order to a John Graham Shelter resident.
• On March 10 served a subpoena to two High Street residents on behalf of the state’s attorney’s office.
• On March 11 ticketed five cars left overnight on city streets in violation of the city’s winter parking law.
• On March 11 resolved a parking dispute at a Main Street apartment building.
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