Bristol Police Log: Police say a Bristol driver lied to officer

BRISTOL — On Tuesday, March 27, Bristol police cited Eric M. Loyer, 26, for driving with a criminally suspended license and providing false information to law enforcement.
While investigating a report of erratic driving, police discovered that Loyer’s license is under criminal suspension. Loyer allegedly told police another person had been driving erratically, but police determined that he was attempting to deflect the investigation and ordered him to appear in Addison County Superior Court, criminal division, on April 23 to answer the driving with a suspended license charge.
Between March 26 and April 1, Bristol police completed 13 foot and car patrols at various locations, namely on Mountain Street, Main Street and surrounding areas including near Bristol Elementary School.
Officers also completed 2 hours and 5 minutes of directed patrol, traffic enforcement and patrols of the police district and the town under a contract funded by Vermont Governor’s Highway Safety Program.
During that same period, officers checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School five times.
Bristol police completed a total of six fingerprint requests between March 26 and April 1.
In other recent activity, Bristol police:
•  On March 26 an officer completed one hour of online active-shooter training.
•  On March 27 checked on the welfare of juveniles in an ongoing investigation.
•  On March 28 attended two truancy meetings with families and school officials.
•  On March 28 recovered from a local residence a civil amount of marijuana and paraphernalia.
•  On March 29 assisted a local agency with a medical emergency.
•  On March 29 assisted a local agency with an active investigation.
•  On March 29 assisted another local police department with a computer review for an active criminal investigation.
•  On March 30 took into protective custody and referred to a detoxification facility someone who was being disorderly via an electronic communication device.
•  On March 30 investigated the report of a suspicious occupied vehicle parked on Pine Street but upon arrival found no such vehicle.
•  On April 1 received a phone that had been found in town and contacted the owner, who retrieved it.

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