Middlebury Police Log: Police search home for narcotics

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police executed a search warrant at a Valley View Road home on Sept. 10 as part of what police said is an ongoing narcotics investigation. Authorities didn’t disclose whether the search yielded any evidence.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•  Warned a man who was violating the town’s open container ordinance on Weybridge Street on Sept. 10.
•  Responded to a report of a loud radio being played in the Cedar Court neighborhood on Sept. 10.
•  Were informed on Sept. 10 of a possible theft from the Helping Overcome Poverty’s Effects headquarters on Boardman Street. The matter remains under investigation.
•  Investigated an accident on Quarry Road on Sept. 11 that involved a single motorcycle. Police said the driver sustained a “serious” injury.
•  Assisted Bristol police in attempting to locate a person in the Jayne Court neighborhood on Sept. 11.
•  Responded to an assault complaint in the Case Street area on Sept. 11.
•  Responded to a reported verbal dispute between a man and woman on Court Street on Sept. 12.
•  Were informed of the theft of a lacrosse stick from a Middlebury Union Middle School student on Sept. 12.
•  Began an investigation on Sept. 12 into what police described as “a possible sexual assault that may have occurred in Middlebury many years ago.”
•  Served a temporary restraining order on a local man on Sept. 12.
•  Assisted Kinney Drugs employees with an irate customer on Sept. 13.
•  Cited a local juvenile for disorderly conduct by phone, following an investigation at Middlebury Union High School on Sept. 13.
•  Were informed of the theft of a cell phone from an MUHS student on April 13.
•  Received a Sept. 13 report that some tools had been stolen recently from a vehicle parked in Middlebury College F-lot, off Storrs Avenue.
•  Were informed that some medication had allegedly been stolen from a Kings Row home on Sept. 13.
•  Responded to a report of a vehicle that had gone off Burnham Drive on Sept. 14. Police determined the vehicle had been in an accident and began looking for its owner.
•  Received a report on Sept. 14 about some recent thefts from Hannaford supermarket. Police said the suspects left the area after having been confronted by store officials. Police are investigating the matter.
•  Asked some Seymour Street Extension residents to turn down their music on Sept. 15.
•  Assisted Vermont State Police at the scene of an accident at the intersection of Cobble Road and Case Street on Sept. 15.
•  Responded to a music-related noise complaint at a South Main Street residence on Sept. 15.
•  Were informed a woman had allegedly been yelling at passersby in the Main Street area on Sept. 15. Police were unable to find the woman.
•  Tracked down, on behalf of Porter Hospital, a drunken woman who had left the campus prior to her evaluation on Sept. 15.
•  Assisted Vermont State Police in responding to a fight in the Pine Lane area on Sept. 16.
•  Helped a local woman on Sept. 16 who had been having problems with an ex-boyfriend.
•  Assisted the Vermont Department for Children & Families with a case in the Seminary Street area on Sept. 16.
•  Mediated a dispute between some Rogers Road neighbors on Sept. 16.

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