Middlebury Police Log: Officers conducted a welfare check on East Road

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police conducted a welfare check on Aug. 30 on an East Road resident who had not been seen in recent days.
Police found the man to be suffering from an unspecified “medical issue,” and asked Middlebury Regional EMS to take the man to Porter Hospital.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•  Were informed of the theft of a construction sign from a yard off Ossie Road on Aug. 27.
•  Assisted a woman who alleged having been threatened by a man while attempting to visit a child in the Case Street area on Aug. 27.
•  Responded to a reported family fight at a Jackson Lane residence on Aug. 27. Police said it was only a verbal dispute.
•  Investigated a possible case of obstruction of justice in the Elm Street area on Aug. 27.
•  Assisted Vermont State Police in finding a person at a Middlebury home on Aug. 28.
•  Responded to a report of man allegedly bathing himself in beer, in the bushes behind a South Village Green business during the afternoon of Aug. 28. Police said they were unable to find the man.
•  Were informed on Aug. 28 of the alleged theft of two dogs, and searched (in vain) for them at a Valley View residence where they were said to be.
•  Assisted a South Pleasant Street resident who on Aug. 28 reported the theft — and cashing — of some personal checks.
•  Investigated a case of someone illegally disposing of trash at a Main Street location on Aug. 31.
•  Responded to an animal complaint off Court Street Extension on Aug. 30.
•  Responded to a report of “several” people drinking alcohol in the Mac’s Store parking lot off East Main Street on Aug. 31. Police said the lot was clear when they arrived.
•  Helped reunite a girl with her parents on Main Street on Aug. 31. The family had become separated that day.
•  Received, on Aug. 31, what authorities described as some “identity documents” that a local high school student had found in the back pocket of pants that her parents had purchased for her at a yard sale.
•  Responded to a reported child custody issue at Porter Medical Center on Sept. 1. Police said the matter was resolved.
•  Were informed a cyclist had gone missing in the East Main Street area on Sept. 1. Police said the cyclist was soon located, safe.
•  Received a report about two people arguing near a vehicle parked off North Branch Road area on Sept. 1. Police said they couldn’t find the people or the vehicle.
•  Were informed about an alleged assault in the Court Street area on Sept. 1. Police continue to investigate the matter.
•  Investigated a suspected theft from Aubuchon Hardware on Court Street on Sept. 1. Police found evidence of empty packaging outside the store and continue to look into the matter.
•  Responded to a report of an alleged assault at a Main Street business on Sept. 2. Police continue to investigate the matter.
•  Responded to a noise complaint on Court Street on Sept. 2.
•  Received a report about an alleged theft from Kinney Drugs on Court Street on Sept. 2. Police are reviewing video of the alleged incident.
•  Assisted Middlebury College Public Safety with a woman who had fallen asleep in her parked vehicle on Route 125 on Sept. 2. Police said the woman left the campus without incident.
•  Responded, with officials from the Vermont Department for Children & Families, to a South Village Green home to investigate child endangerment allegations on Sept. 2. The matter remains under investigation.

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