Bristol Police Log: Police respond to domestic dispute

BRISTOL — Between June 18 and July 1, Bristol police completed 17 foot and car patrols at various locations, mostly on Main Street and surrounding areas. Officers also conducted and hour and 35 minutes of directed patrols in the eastern and western parts of the police district, as well as three hours and 30 minutes of town-contracted patrol outside the village, specifically on Monkton Road, and in the south, northwest, west and east areas of town.
During that same period, officers checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School 11 times and completed three fingerprint requests.
In other recent activity, Bristol police:
•  On June 18 assisted Hinesburg police by re-citing a resident for court action.
•  On June 18 looked into an alarm at Mount Abraham Union High School; no issues were found.
•  On June 18 checked businesses on Main St. and surrounding areas.
•  On June 19 served an abuse prevention order without incident.
•  On June 19 received found property, owner identified and contacted.
•  On June 19 helped a person get into a vehicle after the owner locked their keys inside.
•  On June 19 spoke about internet safety concerns with a local group.
•  On June 19 received a motor vehicle complaint, located the vehicle and discussed concerns reported.
•  On June 19 conducted two child passenger seat inspections / installations at the police station.
•  On June 19 received a report of a vehicle that was taken without permission and failed to return it when told to.
•  On June 20 received a report of a person passing a school bus with red lights flashing that occurred on June 15.
•  On June 20 completed a records check of a person for another law enforcement agency.
•  On June 20 investigated a report of the theft of a credit card.
•  On June 20 assisted the Bristol Rescue Squad on a call.
•  On June 20 discovered an unsecure work trailer, told the owner about it and secured it.
•  On June 21 looked into a vandalism report.
•  On June 21 served a no trespass notice upon person prohibited from a property.
•  On June 21 assisted the Bristol Rescue Squad on a call.
•  On June 22 received a report of damage to a vehicle. Vandalism case initiated and investigation is continuing.
•  On June 22 assigned an officer to begin an internet investigation that is on-going.
•  On June 23 were told by a citizen that they had loaned their car to a friend but didn’t get it back. An officer contacted the subject and arrangements were made to return the vehicle.
•  On June 24 went to check on three vehicles on the side of road; a federal law enforcement agency had a vehicle stopped.
•  On June 24 received a report of repeated unwanted phone contact. An officer contacted the caller and advised them to stop or face possible charges.
•  On June 25 responded to a report of a dog being abused by its owner. Contact was made with the owner, and no signs of injury, abuse or neglect were noted.
•  On June 25 responded to a North Street resident who reported hearing a loud bang, possibly a shotgun. An officer determined that it appeared to be fireworks.
•  On June 25 spoke to a person regarding unwanted texting.
•  On June 26 assisted citizens at a bus stop related to a bus schedule.
•  On June 26 responded to the town park for a report of a male with an open container of alcohol. The officer was unable to locate the man.
•  On June 26 received a Vermont license plate that was found. The owner was contacted and arrangements made for the plate to be retrieved.
•  On June 26 completed business checks on Main Street and surrounding areas.
•  On June 27 assisted a motorist who had locked their keys in their car.
•  On June 27 found some property, located the owner and returned the property.
•  On June 27 responded to a local address for possible domestic disturbance. The person involved provided information related to Refrain from Abuse orders. At the time the officer took no actions because he determined the incident did not rise to the level of an offense violation.
•  On June 28 completed a VIN verification for a local business without incident.
•  On June 28 responded to a report that someone drove away from a gas station without paying for gas. The person was identified and was able to pay the gas.
•  On June 28 assisted a homeowner with questions about residency issues of tenants at their home.
•  On June 28 checked businesses on Main Street and surrounding areas.
•  On June 29 received a report of a physical dispute between two people in a white car, possible a Toyota, on West Pleasant Street. The officer was unable to locate vehicle or persons involved.
•  On June 29 completed business checks on Main Street and surrounding areas.
•  On June 30 responded to a local business parking lot for a two-car accident with property damage. Police will complete a report.
•  On June 30 received a report from a Bristol resident who said their vehicle had been hit in a parking lot. A report was made.
•  On June 30 went to the area of Prince Lane for a report of an animal left inside a vehicle with the windows partially open. Upon arrival the owner was contacted, the dog did not appear to be in distress at that time.
•  On June 30 assisted Vermont State Police.
•  On July 1 went to a local home in response to a complaint and determined it was a civil issue.

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