Bristol Police Log: Authorities seek help with hit-and-run

BRISTOL — At a little after 12:30 p.m. on Jan. 23, a citizen told a Bristol police officer about a hit-and-run crash that had occurred on Airport Drive at the intersection of West Street.
The vehicle that left the scene was described as a dark-colored Toyota or Honda passenger car; it was last seen traveling eastbound on West Street.
Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Bristol Police Department at 802-453-2533.
Between Jan. 22 and 28, Bristol police officers completed foot patrols in the village — including on Main and Mountain streets, Airport Drive and in the area around Bristol Elementary — 11 times; completed 20-60 minutes or more of town-contracted traffic patrol 10 times; checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School six times; and took fingerprints for volunteers or school employees five times.
In other activity in the last week of January, Bristol police:
•  On Jan. 22 responded to a malfunctioning alarm at a police district business.
•  On Jan. 22 assisted Bristol Rescue Squad staff during evaluation of a person.
•  On Jan. 24 received a report from a person who said someone hit their parked car on Jan. 22 between 9 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. on School Street. Anyone with information on this is asked to call Bristol police.
•  On Jan. 24 met with a local business to review security concerns.
•  On Jan. 24 received a found debit card at the police department; the owner was located and card returned.
•  On Jan. 24 initiated a missing person case; the person was located.
•  On Jan. 25 received court paperwork to serve on a person.
•  On Jan. 26 at 2:06 p.m. responded to Main Street for a report of a confused person having difficulty walking. The officer located the person and notified the rescue squad because the person had fallen and injured their shoulder.
•  On Jan. 26 were told about threats received by an individual over social media. Investigation is ongoing.
•  On Jan. 28 at 5:25 p.m. received a report of what sounded like several gunshots coming from area behind Mount Abe. Police checked the area and found nothing.

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