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Middlebury Police Log: Wine-bottle vandalism among police cases

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police were informed that on March 27 someone had thrown a wine bottle through a window at the Tinker and Smithy Game Store, which had recently moved onto Main Street.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•  Assisted a North Forty Lane resident who said she had been insulted by a man on March 27.
•  Investigated a report of a child who had been left unattended in a vehicle parked in front of the Hannaford Supermarket on March 27.
•  Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS with a medical call on North Pleasant Street on March 28.
•  Conducted a welfare check on March 28 at the home of a Middlebury Union High School student who had not shown up for school for what school officials described as a “protracted period of time.” Police determined the students has been ill and would be returning to classes the next day.
•  Warned a man for having an open container of alcohol on Maple Street on March 28.
•  Assisted a person who noticed vandalism to their vehicle while parked off Court Street Extension on March 29. Police determined the vehicle was likely vandalized earlier in Vergennes.
•  Disposed of medications received from the Marble Works Pharmacy on March 29.
•  Were informed on March 29 that a drunken man had wandered into a Court Street resident’s apartment. Police turned the man over to a sober person.
•  Investigated a complaint about a loud banging noise coming from a Court Street apartment on March 29. Police said the noise was caused by a drunken person who had fallen inside the residence.
•  Received a report about a homeless man refusing to leave the Porter Hospital lobby at around 9:15 p.m. on March 30. Police gave the man a ride to the Addison County Transit Resources bus stop.
•  Helped a local farmer apprehend a loose cow in the Munger Street area on March 30.
•  Destroyed a marijuana joint turned into the police department on March 30.
•  Responded to a report of a homeless person hanging out in the recreation center off Creek Road after closing hours on March 31. Police said the man had left prior to their arrival.
•  Received a report on April 2 of a local youth sustaining injuries, allegedly at the hand of his father. Middlebury police relayed the information to investigators in New York state, where the incident is alleged to have occurred.
•  Investigated a report of two men dressed in black walking near a Mead Lane home at around 5:30 a.m. on April 3. Police said they couldn’t find anyone fitting that description.

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