Vergennes Police Log for Feb. 14

VERGENNES — Vergennes police opened two investigations last week involving youths in the area, although they are not releasing many details due to the age of the people involved and because the incidents are still being investigated.
On Feb. 5 police looked into a situation involving an online threat made among Northlands Job Corps students.
On Feb. 6 police said were informed a city teen was taken to the hospital after eating a brownie allegedly containing marijuana; police said they are looking into the circumstances.
In other action between Feb. 4 and 10, Vergennes police:
On Feb. 4 dealt with a noise complaint at a Main Street apartment.
On Feb. 5:
•  At the request of a UPS driver made sure everyone was OK at Vergennes Union High School when no one answered the door; police said employees were in a class and all was fine.
•  Dealt with a complaint that a loose dog in the New Haven Road area was acting aggressively; police spoke to its owner.
•  Helped the Vergennes Area Rescue Squad on North Maple Street.
On Feb. 6:
•  Searched unsuccessfully for a driver who was reported to be operating erratically.
•  Helped return an iPad that was found by a citizen after it was reported lost.
On Feb. 7:
•  Responded to a minor two-vehicle crash on Main Street.
•  Took a report that a vehicle that had been towed because it was in violation of the city’s winter parking ban had been damaged in the process.
•  Helped calm an unruly youth at a Second Street home.
On Feb. 8 checked out a vehicle that had been left parked for a long time at VUHS and determined there was no problem.
On Feb. 9 conducted special patrols to control speed and other traffic violations on Victory and Green streets and on Panton Road and West Main Street, issuing two warnings in the latter patrol.
On Feb. 10 searched for a car driven by a man who knocked on the wrong door on Main Street and was reported to be suspicious. Police said Vermont State Police helped with the search, found the car and cited the man for driving under the influence of alcohol.

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