Middlebury Police Log: Info sought on Mill Street theft
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police received a report about a man allegedly seen carrying a coil of wire from the basement area of a Mill Street building on Oct. 29.
The man was described as being thin, around 45 years old, wearing a cranberry coat with camouflage pants. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 388-3191.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Were informed someone had vandalized a mailbox at a South Ridge Drive residence on Oct. 29.
• Investigated a report of a truant student from Mary Hogan Elementary School on Oct. 29.
• Responded to a report of loud music being played at the Briarwood Apartments and Valley View Drive home on Oct. 29.
• Checked on a report of a barking dog in the East Road area on Oct. 30.
• Assisted a Valley View Drive resident who reported receiving harassing phone calls on Oct. 30.
• Cited Bienvenue Badibanga, 23, of Burlington for driving under the influence, following an Oct. 30 stop at the intersection of Case Street and Delancey Lane.
• Served a no-trespass order on Oct. 30 on a man who wasn’t wanted at the Middlebury Natural Foods Co-op on Washington Street.
• Responded to reports of loud music being played at homes on North Pleasant Street and Valley View Drive on Oct. 30.
• Received a complaint about a barking dog near a Court Street apartment building on Oct. 31.
•Assisted Counseling Service of Addison County officials with a difficult client in the Rogers Road area on Oct. 31.
• Helped Vermont Department for Children & Families officials take an infant into custody in the Elm Street area on Oct. 31.
• Investigated a possible animal abuse case in the South Village Green area on Oct. 31.
• Investigated a reported argument between a man and woman on the town green on Nov. 2. Police said the woman was “substantially intoxicated.” A mutual friend arrived to assist the couple, according to police.
• Received a report of a vehicle striking another vehicle in the Kinney Drugs parking lot off Court Street on Nov. 2.
• Checked on the welfare of a woman who had allegedly been yelling and destroying things in her North Pleasant Street apartment on Nov. 3. The woman, who police said was under the influence of alcohol, agreed to quiet down.
• Responded to a report of a bear being struck by a vehicle near the intersection of Route 30 and Slade Road in Cornwall on Nov. 4. Middlebury police responded to the scene because state police were investigating a traffic accident in Bristol. Middlebury police found no bear at the reported location.
• Responded to a family dispute at a Buttolph Drive home on Nov. 4. Police said it was a verbal argument.
• Helped state police with a traffic stop on Route 125 on Nov. 4.
• Received a report about a woman allegedly “running around” on the roof of a North Pleasant Street apartment building on Nov. 4. Police said the woman had been checking the lock of one of her windows from the fire escape.
• Responded to a report of a drunken woman at the Middlebury Inn on Nov. 4. Police said they took the woman to Rutland for detox services.
• Responded to a report of loud music being played in the Bakery Lane neighborhood on Nov. 4.
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