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Middlebury Police Log: Woman cited for simple assault

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Regina Fuller, 39, of Middlebury for simple assault, following their investigation of a Jan. 22 incident at Porter Hospital that allegedly involved hospital staff.
Fuller was released after being processed.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•  Helped a man who was locked out of his Main Street apartment on Jan. 21.
•  Responded to Porter Hospital on a report of an unruly patient on Jan. 21.
•  Responded to multiple reports of vehicles — including two tractor-trailers — sliding off area roads and/or being involved in accidents during snowy conditions on Jan. 21.
•  Were informed on Jan. 22 of a possible sexual assault that allegedly occurred “several years ago” in Middlebury. The investigation continues.
•  Ticketed several vehicles for being in violation of the town’s winter parking ban on College and Academy streets on Jan. 22.
•  Checked a report of a drunken woman who allegedly was having trouble getting into her apartment on Jan. 23.
•  Collected a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner kit from the Middlebury College Health Center on Jan. 23.
•  Assisted a mental health patient who was sitting in the middle of the intersection of Birchard Park and Rogers Road on Jan. 23.
•  Received a report of a truant student from Middlebury Union High School on Jan. 23.
•  Investigated verbal dispute between husband and wife at a High Street home on Jan. 24. Police gave the woman a ride to a friend’s home for the evening.
•  Were informed of an alleged fraud case at the National Bank of Middlebury on Main Street on Jan. 24. Police said someone is believed to have deposited altered checks and then withdrew money from the account. Police continue to investigate the matter.
•  Conducted a welfare check on Jan. 24 on a South Village Green resident, at the request of the Counseling Service of Addison County. Police said Middlebury Regional EMS took the person to Porter Hospital for evaluation.
•  Responded to a report of a drunken woman who had injured herself in the South Pleasant Street area on Jan. 25. Middlebury Regional EMS officials took the woman to Porter Hospital.
•  Received a report about a drunken man refusing to leave Two Brothers Tavern on Main Street during the evening of Jan. 26. Police said the man had left prior to their arrival.
•  Responded to a report of woman suffering from mental health problems at a Lower Plains Road residence on Jan. 26. Police said the woman reported feeling OK.
•  Responded, with fire officials, to a report of smoke emanating from a South Pleasant Street apartment on Jan. 26. Police said the smoke had been caused by burnt food in a pan. Firefighters helped ventilate the home and clean the smoke detectors.
•  Took, to Porter Medical Center, a drunken woman who needed to detox on Jan. 26.
•  Issued parking tickets to vehicles parked in violation of the winter parking ban on College Street and Bakery Lane on Jan. 26.
•  Responded on Jan. 27 to a report of a man taking off his shirt and challenging people to fight near the Dunkin Donuts on Court Street. Police cited Matthew Ceda, 26, of Middlebury for disorderly conduct in connection with the incident.
•  Took, to Porter Hospital, an Eastview Terrace resident who was believed to be suicidal on Jan. 27.
•  Responded on Jan. 27 to Olympia Sports in The Centre shopping plaza, on a report of a man who had allegedly been making “strange comments” to women employees. Police said the man had left prior to their arrival at the store.

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