Middlebury Police Log: Local man cited for domestic assault
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Samuel J. Shaner, 28, of Middlebury for domestic assault and interfering with access to emergency services, following an incident at a Colonial Drive home on June 28.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Investigated the reported theft of a bike from the South Pleasant Street area on June 26. Police said the bike is a black-and-white Mongoose brand.
• Cited Nathan Jackson, 34, of Salisbury for retail theft, after he allegedly left Shaw’s Supermarket without paying for some items on June 26.
• Were informed that Donald Maher, 94, had died at Porter Hospital on June 26 of apparent natural causes.
• Helped a local parent with a child who was allegedly out of control on the North Forty Lane area on June 26.
• Took a man into protective custody on June 27 in the Case Street area, after he was found armed with a knife and had expressed thoughts about harming himself.
• Helped a motorist who had driven off of Three Mile Bridge Road on June 27.
• Arrested Robert Rheaume, 43, of Middlebury on an outstanding warrant for a retail theft charge on Main Street on June 27.
• Responded to a report of a woman allegedly acting violently and locking herself in a room at a Birchard Park home on June 29. Police said the woman had become cooperative upon their arrival.
• Assisted state police with a disturbance at a Salisbury campground on June 29.
• Were informed of the theft of a vehicle from Foster Motors on Route 7 South on June 28. Police said the vehicle is a blue, 2005 Subaru Outback.
• Received a report about an out-of-control juvenile on Lower Foote Street on Jun 30.
• Got mental health counseling for a man who was reportedly “acting strange” in the Munson Road area on June 30.
• Helped Middlebury Regional EMS with a drunken person on Seminary Street on June 30.
• Received a report on June 30 that a Court Street residence might have been burglarized while the resident was out of town.
• Responded to a report of a loud party, at which people were allegedly setting off fireworks, on Washington Street on July 1. Police said the homeowner agreed to shut down the party.
• Responded to a report of a man allegedly jumping out in front of a vehicle on Munson Road on July 1.
• Investigated a report of a High Street woman having a mental health crisis on July 1. Police said the woman was taken to Porter Hospital to meet with officials from Counseling Service of Addison County (CSAC).
• Served a temporary abuse order on a local woman on behalf of Chittenden County court officials on July 2.
• Took an incapacitated man to Rutland for detox services on July 2.
• Referred, to Addison County Family Court, a local man who was concerned about a child custody issue on July 2.
• Helped Middlebury Regional EMS with a man who had gone into cardiac arrest while at the Middlebury College golf course off South Main Street on July 2. Police said the man was first taken to Porter Hospital and then airlifted to the University of Vermont Medical Center.
• Launched an investigation into a local stalking complaint on July 2.
• Helped a pregnant woman whose vehicle had become stuck in high water off Blake Roy Road on July 2. Police said they were told the woman was eight months pregnant. While authorities and Middlebury Regional EMS were en route to the scene, the woman got out of her car and walked to a nearby farm, according to police. Police gave the woman a ride to a local residence and arranged to have her vehicle towed.
• Received a complaint about someone having a mental health crisis at a Munson Road home on July 3. Police said they called in CSAC officials, who helped the person in question.
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