Middlebury Police Log for Feb. 7
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police responded, with Middlebury Regional EMS staff, to a single-vehicle rollover crash near the intersection of College Street and Storrs Avenue on Feb. 2.
Police said the driver was removed from the vehicle by Middlebury Heavy Rescue and was taken to Porter Hospital for evaluation.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Quieted a loud party at a Court Street residence on Jan. 28.
• Stopped a driver who witnesses claimed had been driving erratically on Route 7 South on Jan. 28. Police said the driver was not intoxicated.
• Conducted a welfare check on Jan. 29 on a Sugarwood Court resident who hadn’t been seen for a few days. Police said the man was in the hospital.
• Ticketed several vehicle on College Street that were in violation of the town’s winter parking ordinance on Jan. 29.
• Stood by with a driver waiting for a tow truck to clear a vehicle that had veered off Route 7 North on Jan. 30.
• Assisted a local funeral home that was trying to recoup money from a person who had defaulted on their bill on Jan. 30.
• Responded to a report of a group of youths allegedly intimidating another youth at the Ilsley Library on Jan. 30. Police said they’re investigating the matter.
• Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS officials in caring for a person who had had a medical event at the Middlebury VFW on Exchange Street on Jan. 31.
• Seized a knife from a student at Mary Hogan Elementary School on Feb. 1. Police said they turned the knife over to the student’s father.
• Investigated a report of a woman being “disruptive” at the Supercuts business in the Centre shopping plaza off Court Street Extension on Feb. 1. Police said the woman, who was intoxicated, was given a ride to the Charter House Coalition’s warming shelter.
• Received a complaint about a vehicle leaving the scene of an accident on South Street Extension on Feb. 1.
• Responded to a reported fight at a Court Street apartment on Feb. 2. Police said the involved parties had reconciled upon their arrival.
• Responded to a domestic dispute at a Jackson Lane residence on Feb. 2. Police said they helped one of the parties obtain a relied from abuse order.
• Assisted a Lindale Court resident who was having problems with her home heating system on Feb. 2.
• Served a temporary restraining order on a woman in the Jackson Lane area on Feb. 3.
• Were informed of the theft of a blue New Holland-brand tractor from a Cedar Court residence on Feb. 3. Police said the tractor was equipped with a yellow, rear-mounted Curtis-brand snow plow attachment and a backhoe. Police are investigating the matter.
• Served a temporary restraining order on a woman in the Lower Foote Street area on Feb. 3.
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