Middlebury Police Log: School bus stolen from Middlebury found in Rutland

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police received a report that a small school bus had been taken from the Earth Waste and Metal headquarters on Route 7 South on March 20.
Police said they received word on March 23 that the bus had been located, undamaged, in Rutland.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•  Seized marijuana and drug paraphernalia from a Buttolph Drive resident’s apartment on March 21. Police said the resident received a civil violation.
•  Were informed on March 21 of two separate cases of vehicles leaving the scene of an accident in a parking lot, one off Bakery Lane, the other off Washington Street.
•  Responded to a report of a domestic disturbance at a Route 7 South residence on March 22. Police said the dispute was between a man’s a ex-girlfriend and current girlfriend.
•  Investigated a verbal dispute between two people in the Cobble Road area on March 22.
•  Received a report that some gas had been stolen from a Route 7 South business on March 23.
•  Helped an elderly woman get home after being discharged from the Porter Hospital Emergency Department on March 23.
•  Helped resolve a dispute between some local and Vergennes juveniles over some clothing on March 24.
•  Arrested Matthew A. Billings, 34, of Middlebury on an outstanding arrest warrant for driving with a suspended license (fifth offense) and driving under the influence (fourth offense). Police said Billings was lodged for lack of bail at the Marble Valley Regional Correctional Center in Rutland.
•  Responded to separate traffic accidents on Main Street on March 24 in which some people sustained minor injuries.
•  Investigated on the morning of March 24 a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Merchants Row and Main Street that resulted in a minor injury to one of the people involved.
•  Responded to a domestic disturbance at a Jackson Lane home on March 25. Police said they referred one of the residents to the Counseling Service of Addison County.
•  Notified the Vermont Department for Children & Families about an incident involving a woman who allegedly struck a child to get him in a car parked off Court Street on March 25. Police said the child appeared OK when checked later by Brandon police.
•  Were informed that someone drove away from Maplefields on North Pleasant Street without paying for gasoline on March 25.
•  Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS in entering a locked South Pleasant Street home on March 26.
•  Helped Bristol police search for a suspect on North Street on March 26.
•  Searched in vain for an alleged drunken driver in the Bakery Lane area on March 26.
•  Responded to a noise complaint at a North Pleasant Street apartment on March 27. 

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