Bristol Police Log: Police process 2019’s first DUI

BRISTOL — Just after the new year rang in, at 12:29 a.m. on Jan. 1, Bristol police responded to a report of a traffic accident. The officer ended up citing Jacob Lathrop, 23, of Bristol for driving under the influence.
The officer processed Lathrop and released him with a citation to answer the charge in Addison Superior Court, criminal division, on Jan. 14.
Between Dec. 24 and Jan. 6, Bristol police also assisted Vermont State Police three times, Bristol Rescue Squad twice, and Middlebury police once (on Dec. 27).
Officers in the Bristol department completed directed patrols — in the car and on foot — 29 times. That included a little more than 20 hours of patrols in various parts of town, almost half of which were part of the Governor’s Highway Safety Program. New Year’s Eve saw five separate foot and motorized patrols in town.
Bristol officers also checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School 10 times, completed five requests for fingerprints and provided one vehicle identification number verification
In other recent activity, Bristol officers:
•  Dec. 24 assisted a motorist in getting into their locked vehicle.
•  Dec. 24 in the evening checked Main Street businesses and surrounding areas.
•  Dec. 25 found an unsecure building, checked it and secured it.
•  Dec. 26 responded to a motor vehicle crash, report to be completed.
•  Dec. 27 started a property watch for a local resident.
•  Dec. 28 were involved in juvenile processes involving truancy.
•  Dec. 28 completed annual firearms training.
•  Dec. 28 looked into a dog complaint, and warned the owner about letting their dog run around.
•  Dec. 28 checked businesses on Main Street and surrounding areas.
•  Dec. 28 opened an investigation into a voyeurism complaint.
•  Dec. 28 helped a person get into their locked vehicle.
•  Dec. 28 assisted in a truancy investigation.
•  Dec. 28 assisted a citizen with an incident on North Street.
•  Dec. 29 responded to a motor vehicle complaint; investigation is continuing.
•  Dec. 30 received a report of a theft. The property was returned.
•  Dec. 30 got a report of a motor vehicle problem, but the officer was unable to locate the vehicle involved.
•  Dec. 31 began investigating a theft from a local business.
•  Dec. 31 received a motor vehicle complaint, and warned the driver regarding yielding right of way.
•  Jan. 2 checked the welfare of a local resident, who was OK.
•  Jan. 4 logged a delayed report of a leaving the scene of an accident that occurred Jan. 2 in a local parking lot. Report to be completed.
•  Jan. 4 at approximately 6:53 p.m. arrested Aneca Corvo of Winooski on Main Street for an active arrest warrant. Police turned Corvo over to the Vermont Department of Corrections.
•  Jan. 4 served a no trespass order.
•  Jan. 4 in the evening completed checks of businesses on Main Street and surrounding areas.
•  Jan. 5 assisted two people in resolving a civil dispute.
•  Jan. 6 helped a person get into their locked vehicle.
•  Jan. 6 received a report of possible assault; police determined that based on the information received the incident does not rise to level of a criminal offense.

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