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Middlebury Police Log: Police search for unwanted guest

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police helped a Weybridge Street resident who had complained of an uninvited guest on Dec. 1.
The caller told police there was a “strange man” at the house who was refusing to leave. Police said the man left prior to their arrival. Authorities then searched for the man, who said he had been “drinking and talking” with some people who had returned to the Weybridge Street residence to socialize.
Police told the man not to return to the residence.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•  Helped Vermont State Police find a man reported missing from a New Haven address on Nov. 27.  Police said they found the man with a friend in Middlebury.
•  Interviewed a Court Street resident who had made a disorderly conduct complaint after receiving a hostile phone call on Nov. 28.
•  Helped a Twin Circle resident find her 14-year-old son who had been late returning home from a friend’s house on Nov. 28.
•  On Nov. 28 sent a truancy notice to the family of a Middlebury Union High School student who had been missing from campus for several days.
•  Responded to a report of an elderly man with dementia acting aggressively at a Sidney Way residence on Nov. 29. Police said Middlebury Regional EMS officials took the man to Porter Hospital.
•  Received a report about a vehicle allegedly leaving the scene of an accident on Court Street on Nov. 29.
•  Responded to a two-vehicle crash, with injuries, on Route 7 South, near the Magic Wok restaurant, on Dec. 1. Police said a southbound vehicle driven by Ella Dyett, 19, of Brooklyn, N.Y., was making a left-hand turn and collided with a northbound vehicle driven by Sally Short, 66, of Brandon.
Police said Short and one of her passengers, as well as a passenger in the Dyett vehicle, were taken to Porter Hospital for treatment of minor injuries.
•  Told a Maecliff Court homeowner to extinguish an illegal fire in his backyard on Dec. 1.
•  Were informed of the theft of an undisclosed amount of money from Shafer’s Market & Deli on College Street on Dec. 1. Police continue to investigate the matter.
•  Spoke with a man who was experiencing neck pain following a Court Street car accident on Dec. 2.
•  Served a no-trespass order on a man who had allegedly refused to leave Two Brothers Tavern on Main Street on Dec. 2. Police said the man was picked up by a family member.
• Checked on the welfare of a Court Street resident who had expressed a desire — through social media — to harm himself on Dec. 3. Police spoke with the man, who said he was OK.

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