Middlebury Police Log: Power tool stolen on Creek Road
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police investigated a burglary at a shed off Creek Road on July 5.
Police said someone forced their way into the shed to steal a Dewalt drill with charger and two batteries. Anyone with information on the crime is asked to call police at 388-3191.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Responded to a report of a verbal argument between a man and woman in the Marble Works shopping complex on July 2.
• Served a stalking prevention order on a man in the Wilmar Road area on July 2.
• Conducted a death investigation at an Evergreen Lane home on July 2. Police said the man in question — 69-year-old Ralph Weisberg — was pronounced dead from natural causes.
• Helped Vermont State Police with a complaint about children playing near Route 7 in Salisbury on July 2.
• Spoke with some people who were congregating on the town green after closing hours at around 1 a.m. on July 3.
• Responded, with Middlebury Regional EMS, to help a South Village Green resident who had allegedly overdosed on medication on July 3.
• Helped a person get a family member suffering from dementia back to a vehicle on Case Street on July 3.
• Got mental health counseling for a man who was screaming in his Court Street apartment on July 3.
• Responded to a report of a woman laying on the ground on Washington Street on July 4. Police found the woman to be conscious, but disoriented. Middlebury Regional EMS officials took the woman to Porter Hospital.
• Served a no-trespass order on a man on July 5 who was not wanted at a Court Street location.
• Helped recover four people who had become lost in the woods off East Main Street at around 10:30 p.m. on July 6 after their ATV had broken down. Police were able to guide the people out of the woods using their cruisers’ blue lights and sirens.
• Received a report about some abandoned property off Three Mile Bridge Road on July 6.
• Responded to a report of loud music playing at a Washington Street Extension home on July 7.
• Interviewed a local resident who alleged had been assaulted by “multiple people” on July 7. Police determined the woman was having mental health problems and took her to Porter Hospital to be evaluated.
• Received a report about a drunken man who had not paid his fare on the Addison County Transit Resources bus on July 7. Police contacted the man, who promised to pay the fare.
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