Middlebury Police Log: Man cited for disorderly conduct
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Benjamin Emmons, 28, for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest at Porter Hospital on Nov. 13. Police said Emmons, who was listed as homeless, was one of “several intoxicated persons” allegedly causing a disturbance at the hospital.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Helped calm a mental health patient in the Birchard Park area on Nov. 12.
• Assisted Porter Hospital officials with a woman patient who was attempting to leave prematurely on Nov. 13.
• Assisted a local resident who complained of being stalked on Nov. 13.
• Served a temporary restraining order on a man in the North Pleasant Street area on Nov. 14.
• Responded, with Middlebury Regional EMS, to a report of a drunken man at McDonald’s Restaurant on Nov. 14. Police said the man was taken to Porter Hospital for evaluation.
• Helped Porter Hospital staff with an “agitated, intoxicated” woman on Nov. 14.
• Were informed about the fraudulent use of a local resident’s credit card on Nov. 15.
• Cited a minor for being in possession of nicotine on Middlebury Union High School grounds on Nov. 15.
• Investigated a report of a man in a camouflage jacket throwing a rope over the Cross Street Bridge on Nov. 15. Police said they searched the area and could find no sign of the man or a rope.
• Told a Court Street resident to quiet down at around 11:30 p.m. on Nov. 16.
• Investigated a report of a drunken woman allegedly threatening another woman at an Elm Street residence on Nov. 16. Police are still investigating the matter.
• Responded to a report of two children throwing snowballs at vehicles at the intersection of North Pleasant and Seminary streets on Nov. 16.
• Received a report about a vehicle allegedly leaving the scene of an accident on Route 7 South on Nov. 16.
• Assisted with a “juvenile problem” at MUHS on Nov. 16.
• Found a juvenile in possession of a vape device on MUHS grounds on Nov. 16.
• Towed multiple vehicles on downtown streets that were in violation of Middlebury’s winter parking ban during snow cleanup on Nov. 16.
• Responded to a noise complaint in the Court Street area on Nov. 17.
• Investigated a report of a man “crawling around” the front lawn of a South Pleasant Street residence on Nov. 17. Police said they found no evidence of such an incident.
• Met on Nov. 18 with a person who complained of being harassed by the government.
• Responded to a domestic disturbance ta a Woodbridge Lane residence on Nov. 18. Police said the matter was resolved peacefully.
• Assisted Porter Emergency Department officials with an agitated patient on Nov. 18. Police said the patient left the property without incident.