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Middlebury Police Log: Middlebury police respond to domestic disturbances

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police responded to separate domestic disturbances on Court Street and near the intersection of Mary Hogan Drive and Court Street on July 8. No court action was taken in either incident.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•  Served a temporary restraining order on July 2 on a local woman on behalf of court authorities in Chittenden County.
•  Took a drunken person to receive detox services in Rutland on July 2.
•  Spoke with a local man who reported having child custody problems on July 2.
•  Conducted a welfare check on July 2 on a local man who was having some mental health problems.
•  Responded to a domestic disturbance at a Monroe Street residence on July 3.
•  Received a report about someone in the Munson Road neighborhood allegedly having some mental health issues on July 3. Police said Counseling Service of Addison County officials will be assisting the person.
•  Received a report from an Elm Street resident who alleged a family member had stolen a sticker from his vehicle on July 4.
•  Helped Porter Hospital officials with a patient who had left the Emergency Department prior to receiving the necessary medical attention on July 5.
•  Investigated a two-car accident, with significant damage, on North Pleasant Street on July 5.
•  Helped Vermont State Police in their investigation of an alleged aggravated assault at a Weybridge Road residence in Weybridge on July 6 (See related story, this issue).
•  Were informed of the untimely death of a person at a Court Street residence on July 6. Police said the person in question — 65-year-old Diana Mooney-Vandevelde — died of natural causes.
•  Investigated a suspected break-in at a Court Street residence on July 7.
•  Assisted a resident who was having mental health issues on July 7.
•  Responded to the Lower Plains Road area on July 7 on a report of a bonfire.
•  Investigated a reported landlord-tenant dispute at a Route 7 North residence on July 7.
•  Responded to a noise complaint in the Washington Street area on July 8.
•  Helped Porter Hospital officials with a patient being involuntarily committed who had walked away on July 8.

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