Middlebury Police Log: Man cited for first-degree aggravated domestic assault

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Whitney L. Grady, 38, of Middlebury for first-degree aggravated domestic assault and violation of probation, following an investigation at a Munger Street home on May 22.
Police said Grady was lodged at Marble Valley Correctional Facility without bail pending his court arraignment.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•  Responded to the May 21 report of a blood trail off Court Street Extension, which authorities followed to an apartment on Court Street. There, police found a resident who had attempted suicide. Police said the woman was taken to Porter Hospital for evaluation.
•  Investigated a death at a Stonegate Drive residence on May 21. Police said Jacob Emmons, 87, appeared to have died of natural causes.
•  Served a temporary restraining order on a man in the Seymour Street area on May 21.
•  Responded to a report of a vehicle striking a deer on Case Street on May 22. Police said they couldn’t find the deer.
•  Interviewed a Buttolph Drive resident who said her vehicle had been keyed on May 22.
•  Were informed of the theft of three chainsaws — a Husqvarna and two Jonsereds — from a vehicle parked off Creek Road on May 22.
•  Were informed a multi-colored umbrella had been stolen from a porch on North Pleasant Street on May 23.
•  Responded to a reported bicycle accident on Bakery Lane on May 23. Police said the rider was eventually taken to the Porter Hospital Emergency Department.
•  Assisted Counseling Service of Addison County caseworkers with a mental health patient who was refusing to leave Catamount Park on May 23. Police stood by as the patient left without issue.
•  Notified the parents of a youth who was damaging signs on Middle Road on May 23.
•  Ticketed a driver for being in possession of marijuana following a traffic stop on Court Street Extension on May 23.
•  Were informed a car had been vandalized while parked in the Middlebury College parking lot off Shannon Street on May 23.
•  Assisted a Middlebury Union High School student who reported receiving unwanted texts on May 23.
•  Responded to the untimely death of a Court Street resident on May 23. Police identified the deceased as 58-year-old Janet Banner, whom they said died of natural causes.
•  Told a Weybridge Street resident to dial down the music on May 23.
•  Responded to a single-vehicle rollover crash on Quarry Road on May 24. Police said the driver did not require hospital treatment.
•  Assisted a man who said he’d been harassed by his ex-wife on May 24.
•  Served a no-trespass order on May 25 on a local resident for a Washington Street address on May 25.
•  Heard from a Lindale Circle resident on May 25 who alleged someone had stolen medication from her home.
•  Helped with traffic control while Green Mountain Power workers replaced a power pole that has been knocked over during a windstorm on May 25.
•  Tried in vain to locate a man allegedly seen carrying a handgun tucked in his pants on Main Street on May 25.
•  Investigated an attempted burglary at the Exchange Street car wash on May 25. Police said someone used a pry bar to try get into the building from the north side, breaking a light in the process.
•  Served a no-trespass order on May 25 on a person not wanted on Middlebury College campus.
•  Found a very drunken man vomiting at the side of Shannon Street on May 25. Police said a sober friend agreed to care for him.
•  Received a report about a fight in progress on Munger Street on May 26. Police said the dispute was verbal only.
•  Were alerted to some litter off Creek Road on May 26.
•  Were informed a farm truck had been stolen from the Munger Street area on May 26. It’s a red Dodge truck with license plate number 314A433. Anyone with information is asked to call Middlebury police at 388-3191.
•  On May 26 found, parked on Munger Street, a truck that had been reported stolen from Shelburne.
•  Responded to a report of a loud argument between a man and a woman on South Pleasant Street on May 26.
•  Received a report of a bear sighting in the Buttolph Drive area on May 26.
•  Responded to a May 27 report of a local woman trying to take her own life by cutting her arm. Middlebury Regional EMS officials took the woman to Porter Hospital.
•  Served a no-trespass order on a man who had allegedly been seen going through a student’s belongings on May 27.
•  Responded to a report of a tree blocking Halpin Road on May 27.
•  Responded to a report of a patients threatening staff at Porter Hospital on May 27.
•  Warned a group of college students who were littering and holding open containers of alcohol on Seymour Street on May 27.
•  Responded to a noise complaint on South Main Street on May 27. Police told the culprits to turn their music down.

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