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Middlebury Police Log: Local woman cited for assault

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Amanda T. Smith, 31, of Middlebury for assault, after she allegedly assaulted a man on an Addison County Transit Resources bus traveling in the downtown area on April 27.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•  Helped a man who was experiencing a mental health episode on East Main Street on April 23. Police said the man was taken to Porter Hospital.
•  Continued an investigation on April 23 into what police described as possible “illegal computer activity” in the Main Street area.
•  Received a report on April 23 that a “blood drive” sign had been removed from the intersection of Court Street Extension and Creek Road.
•  Responded to a noise complaint at a Court Street apartment building on April 24.
•  Heard from a local man who on April 24 said his credit card had been fraudulently used to make some purchases.
•  Investigated the possible theft of prescription drugs from an East View Terrace residence on April 24.
•  Were informed a man left the Maplefields store on North Pleasant Street on April 25 without paying for some items. The matter is under investigation.
•  Responded to a report of a drunken man refusing to pay his tab and refusing to leave Two Brothers Tavern on April 26.
•  Warned a driver who was traveling continuously around the Main Street roundabout during the evening of April 26.
•  Responded to a suspected domestic disturbance at a John Graham Court residence on April 26. Police determined there was no family fight, but rather a tenant yelling at himself for burning food.
•  Were informed a local resident had been threatened on April 27. Police continue to investigate the allegation.
•  Responded to a reported domestic dispute at a Quarry Road residence on April 27. Police said the dispute was only verbal and the complainant declined to pursue the matter.
•  Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS with a man who was having a health crisis on Route 7 South on April 27.
•  Cited Charles Whittemore, 43, of Pittsford for a criminal charge of driving with a suspended license, following a traffic stop on East Main Street on April 28. Middlebury police said authorities in Brandon and Rutland are investigating whether the van Whittemore was driving might have been “involved in incidents” in those two communities.
•  Searched in vain for a man who had reportedly been laying on the ground across from G. Stone Motors off Route 7 South on April 28.
•  Helped the Counseling Service of Addison County with an uncooperative woman in Catamount Park off Exchange Street on April 28.
•  Investigated a report of a man laying in the middle of Halladay Road on April 28. The man reportedly was breathing, but unresponsive. Police called Middlebury Regional EMS to assist. The man, according to police, left the scene before MREMS arrived. Authorities found the man at a nearby residence. He declined emergency services, according to police.
•  Received a report on April 29 about a driver on Route 7 South who was suicidal. Police said Middlebury Regional EMS got help for the woman.
•  Helped a drunken man who was walking on Route 7 South on April 29.
•  Assisted Vermont State Police with an aggressive, drunken man on Smead Road in Salisbury on April 29.

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