Middlebury Police Log: Police investigate cash stolen from deli

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police were informed on Nov. 16 that an unspecified amount of cash had been stolen from Noonie’s Deli. The matter remains under investigation.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•  Helped Rutland police locate a person in the Middlebury area on Nov. 13.
•  Assisted the Vermont Department for Families and Children in finding a young girl who had left her home without permission on Nov. 13.
•  Responded to a vehicle-pedestrian accident at the intersection of Court and Cross streets on Nov. 13. Police said a vehicle driven by a 34-year-old Salisbury man was turning left from Court Street onto Cross Street when it collided with pedestrian Mark Greenough, 49, of Middlebury. Police said Greenough sustained a head laceration and was treated at Porter Hospital. No one has been cited in connection with the case.
•  Received a report that a vehicle had bumped a pedestrian on the leg as he was walking along South Street on Nov. 13. Police said the pedestrian was not injured.
•  Responded to a noise complaint at a North Pleasant Street home on Nov. 14.
•  Investigated an illegal dumping complaint in the Cady Road area on Nov. 14. Police said someone had disposed of some paint cans in another person’s dumpster. Police said they have evidence they believe will lead them to the culprit.
•  Investigated a one-car accident, with minor injuries, at the intersection of East Main Street and Lower Plains Road on Nov. 15.
•  Responded to a report of a verbal dispute and a fight between some people on the town green off Merchants Row on Nov. 16. Police said the people had cleared the green upon their arrival.
•  Responded to an accident on Quarry Road on the evening of Nov. 16 that occurred when a vehicle struck, and killed, a buck.
•  Told some people on Nov. 16 they were not allowed to camp near the train trestle off Water Street.
•  Received a report that a student had run away from Middlebury Union Middle School on Nov. 16.
•  Received a report that a Middlebury Union High School student had allegedly broken another student’s phone on Nov. 16.
•  Responded to a report of a tenant “screaming and swearing” in a North Pleasant Street apartment on Nov. 17.
•  Spoke with a tenant of a South Pleasant Street apartment who had allegedly been playing loud music on Nov. 17.
•  Retrieved a stop sign from Middlebury College Public Safety that had been broken from a local sign post on Nov. 17.
•  Served a no-trespass notice on a man who had been causing trouble at Two Brothers Tavern on Nov. 18.
•  Responded to a report of a man allegedly carrying a gun on a Middlebury College bus on College Street on Nov. 19. Police said they found the man, who was not in possession of a gun.

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