Bristol Police Log: Police cite Winooski man for DUI No. 2

BRISTOL — Bristol police on Jan. 20 cited a Winooski man for driving under the influence of alcohol, second offense, following a traffic stop for defective equipment on Plank Road.
Police allege Christopher R. Grassley, 32, was found to have a blood-alcohol content of 0.105; the legal limit for driving is 0.08.
In other action between Jan. 15 and 21, Bristol police:
On Jan. 15:
•  Assisted a motorist who was locked out of a vehicle.
On Jan. 16:
•  Found a building that had been left unlocked, checked it out and then locked it up.
•  Contacted vehicle owners parked on Main Street to move their vehicles due to the wintertime parking ban.
On Jan. 17:
•  Assisted a person who was locked out of a house.
On Jan. 18:
•  Started an investigation into a pornography offense. 
•  Checked a report of motorist driving erratically on North Street and discovered no problem except a driver unfamiliar with a new vehicle.
•  Helped find the owner of two dogs running loose on Mountain Street.
•  Searched an electronic device pursuant to a court order.
•  Received a set of keys found downtown.
•  Assisted a Vermont State Police trooper at a traffic stop.
On Jan. 19: 
•  Received a wallet found on the town green and returned it to its owner.
•  Checked out a reported motor vehicle crash on River Road in New Haven at the request of the state police.  

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