Middlebury Police Log: Middlebury woman cited for domestic assault on child
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Kayla Roy, 19, of Middlebury for first-degree aggravated domestic assault and cruelty to a child, following an alleged incident at an Elm Street location on June 3.
Police said the child in question was not seriously injured.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Assisted the Vermont Department for Children & Families in an investigation at a Route 7 location on May 30.
• Continued their investigation into the theft of a wallet from a Court Street Extension business on May 30.
• Responded to a domestic disturbance at a Stewart Lane residence on May 30.
• Received a report about fireworks allegedly being set off in the Case Street area on May 31. Police said they checked the area and found no evidence of fireworks.
• Were informed on May 31 that someone had set fire to a stack of lawn chairs in front of Kinney Drugs. Middlebury firefighters extinguished the blaze, which is being investigated as arson.
• Cited Cheryl L. Barrows, 52, of Salisbury for driving with a suspended license and violating the conditions of her release, following a traffic stop on Route 7 South on June 1.
• Received a report on June 1 that someone might have intentionally damaged natural gas line that had recently been installed at a Court Street Extension location. Police are still trying to determine whether the damage was intentional or accidental.
• Helped Vermont State Police investigate a car crash on Route 116 in Bristol on June 2.
• Responded to a domestic dispute at a Seminary Street residence on June 3. Police said the dispute was verbal only.
• Responded to a domestic disturbance in the Grand View Road neighborhood on June 3.
• Investigated a report of a Water Street resident experiencing a possible mental health crisis on June 3. Police said Middlebury Regional EMS took the woman to Porter Hospital for evaluation.
• Served a temporary restraining order on a local man on June 3.
• Cited James A. Peters, 56, of Illinois for burglary, in connection with the alleged theft of some items from a Seymour Street residence on June 4. The homeowner told police that someone had entered his unlocked home while he was away.
• Responded to a report of someone urinating on the porch of a Seymour Street business on June 4.
• Responded to a noise complaint at a North Pleasant Street residence on June 4.
• Investigated a complaint about some people refusing to leave a North Pleasant Street apartment on June 4. Police stood by while the people left.
• Ticketed a Case Street resident who had created an illegal fire on their property on June 5. Middlebury firefighters extinguished the fire, police said.
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