Middlebury Police Log: Missing man found deceased

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police responded to a report of an unresponsive man on the town green in downtown Middlebury on Jan. 13. Police found 45-year-old Suad Teocanin deceased at the scene.
Police said they believed alcohol played a role to his succumbing to the cold, wet weather that evening.
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In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•  Investigated a report of a suspicious person in the Mill Street area on Jan. 8. Police said the person had started a small campfire on private property, and was asked to leave.
•  Investigated a landlord-tenant dispute at a Court Street residence on Jan. 9.
•  Notified Vermont Fish & Game officials about a car-deer collision on Route 7 South on Jan. 9.
•  Cleared a noisy Middlebury College student party at a Weybridge Street residence on Jan. 10.
•  Mediated a noise dispute between some Seymour Street neighbors on Jan. 10.
•  Were informed on Jan. 10 of the recent, alleged theft of an iPhone, iPad and a bank deposit from the AT&T store on Court Street.
•  Seized a small amount of marijuana from a driver stopped for a traffic violation on Washington Street on Jan. 11.
•  Responded to a noise complaint at a Court Street apartment on Jan. 12.
•  Checked on a man reported to have been disoriented while walking on Main Street on Jan. 12. Police found the man and put him in contact with the Counseling Service of Addison County (CSAC).
•  Helped a Middlebury College student who on Jan. 12 reported receiving threatening phone calls.
•  Assisted CSAC officials with a disruptive teen client in the East Main Street area on Jan. 12.
•  Responded, with local firefighters, to a blaze at a Butternut Ridge home on Jan. 13. Police said they had received a report about an alleged “explosion” and found a camper on the property engulfed in flames. That fire spread to the rear of the residence next to where the camper had been parked, according to authorities. Police said the fire destroyed the camper and home.
Police said an elderly woman living at the home was taken to Porter Hospital for observation. They said another resident was also taken to Porter Hospital to be treated for minor burns to his arm. Following treatment, police said they took the man to the Grace House in Rutland due to “his state of intoxication.”
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•  Helped an elderly Seymour Street resident get an oil delivery on Jan. 13, as her tank was empty.
•  Responded to a report if a vehicle striking a mailbox on Seminary Street Extension on Jan. 13.
•  Were informed of the theft of some items from a car parked on Water Street on Jan. 13.
•  Ticketed and towed some vehicles on College Street that were in violation of the town’s winter parking ordinance on Jan. 13.
•  Responded to a noise complaint on Court Street on Jan. 14.
•  Helped break up a family fight at a North Forty Lane residence on Jan. 14.
•  Responded to a report of cows wandering onto Munger Street on Jan. 15.
•  Helped a person who was staying in a car parked off Bakery Lane at around 12:30 a.m. on Jan. 15.

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