Middlebury Police Log: Local man held on $1,000 bail after domestic assault
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Glenn Fowler, 54, of Middlebury for domestic assault, stemming from an alleged incident in the Halladay Road area on April 1.
Police said Fowler was lodged that evening for lack of $1,000 bail.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Referred to state police on March 26 an allegation that a Middlebury Union Middle School student was being exposed to drugs at a friend’s house.
• Ticketed a driver for possession of marijuana following a traffic stop on Exchange Street on March 26.
• Responded to a Springside Road residence on March 27 on a report of a woman who had allegedly threatened to harm herself. Middlebury Regional EMS officials took the woman to Porter Hospital, police said.
• Helped an out-of-control Mary Hogan Elementary School student calm down on March 27.
• Responded to a report of a suicidal woman locking herself in a restroom at a location off Route 7 North on March 28.
• Got Middlebury Regional EMS help for a woman who was “not acting right” on Main Street on March 28.
• Were informed on March 28 of three truancy cases at Middlebury schools.
• Responded to a domestic dispute involving two brothers in the Seymour Street area on March 29. Police said the dispute was only verbal.
• Cited Katelyn Gallipo, 25, of Rutland for driving under the influence, following an investigation of a vehicle veering off Three Mile Bridge Road on March 29. Police said Gallipo declined a breath test.
• Were informed a vehicle had left the scene of an accident on Bakery Lane on March 30.
• Investigated a noise complaint at a Court Street apartment on March 30.
• Removed, from a health care center in Catamount Park, a disorderly patient who was demanding medication on March 30.
• Responded to a report of some people having a “loud argument” in a Court Street parking lot on March 30. There was no one in the parking lot when police arrived.
• Were informed of the theft of maple sugaring equipment from the Cobble Road area on March 30. Anyone with information about this crime is asked to call Middlebury police at 388-3191.
The Cobble Road caper is one in a series of thefts from area sugarworks during the past three weeks. As reported last week by the Independent, Vermont State Police have been investigating thefts sugaring equipment from small maple producers in Bristol, Lincoln, Cornwall and other Addison County locations.
Authorities suspect the culprit(s) are using the stolen equipment to build their own sugaring operation.
Anyone with information on sugaring related thefts from outside of Middlebury is asked to call state police at 388-4949.
• On March 31 served a no-trespass order on a Smead Road resident who was not wanted at Middlebury Union High School.
• Responded to multiple noise complaints on April 1. One of those complaints involved people allegedly “banging and making noise” in an apartment building at 15 Court St. Another keyed on a loud party at a Seymour Street residence. The third complaint was about a Court Street apartment tenant.
• Received a report about someone allegedly placing a Band-Aid on the door peephole of a Court Street apartment door on April 1.
• Cited a local juvenile for disorderly conduct by electronic communication on April 1 after a person complained about receiving threatening messages via social media.
• Administered Narcan to an unresponsive man who had overdosed in a Court Street parking lot on April 1. Police said the Narcan dose revived the man, who declined further medical treatment.
• Assisted a Court Street resident in removing an unwanted guest on April 2.
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