Middlebury Police Log: Woman cited for spitting incident
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police issued several citations on March 14 to a woman they described as homeless following a confrontation with police at the Charter House on North Pleasant Street, during which among other things police allege the woman spat on a police officer.
Police on March 14 cited Kristy Many, 26, whose last address was in Middlebury, for simple assault, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, and assaulting a law enforcement officer with bodily fluids.
According to police they were called to the Charter House to serve a no-trespass order to Many, and when they arrived Many became aggressive and attempted to assault a Charter House employee. While attempting to take Many into custody, police allege she resisted and spit on the face of a Middlebury officer. Police said she was eventually issued the no-trespass order and released on a citation to appear in court on April 22.
In other action between March 11 and 17, Middlebury police:
On March 11:
•Dealt with a barking dog complaint on Case Street.
•Assisted a motorist on Route 7.
On March 12:
•Began investigation of what police called a late report of possible unwanted inappropriate activity on North Pleasant Street.
•Served a relief-from-abuse order on a female Court Street resident.
•Dealt with an unruly man in the courthouse parking lot; police said he left without incident.
•Handled a two-vehicle crash with minor injuries at the intersection of Exchange Street and Route 7.
•Began investigating a Springside Road resident’s complaint of being billed for a service that was not received.
•Began investigating a report from the Middlebury Court Street Gulf station of an unidentified person seen on video taking items.
•Looked into a report from Champlain Valley Academy of damage done by a student.
•Met with Counseling Service of Addison County staff and a client to discuss an allegation that the client might have assaulted a CSAC staff member; police said the incident remains under investigation.
•Met an individual having a mental health crisis on Bakery Lane and took them to Porter Hospital to meet the crisis team.
•Assisted Middlebury Regional Emergency Medical Services with a medical call on Elm Street.
On March 13:
•Stopped a car on Route 7 after a report it was moving slow and swerving and determined it was due to stormy driving conditions.
•Assisted MREMS with a medical call on Kings Row.
•Assisted a motorist on Charles Avenue.
•Dealt with a crash with injuries at the intersection of Case Street and Mead Lane.
•Dealt with a crash with a minor injury on Route 7.
•Cited Elaina Goodin, 25, of New Haven for embezzlement from Kinney Drugs on Court Street following a report of internal theft and an investigation.
•Dealt with a Case Street crash.
•Checked on a suspicious vehicle parked at Maplefields and determined it was a delivery driver taking a break.
On March 14:
•Dealt with a vehicle accident on Exchange Street.
•Responded to a report from Elderly Services of a male with mental health issues walking in and out of the roadway on Main Street; police found him, and a family member took him home.
•Looked into a report of a strong odor of marijuana in a South Village Green building, but could not detect an odor.
•Checked a report that a trailer had been stolen from Feed Mill Lane, but learned its owner had picked it up.
On March 15:
•Checked the welfare of a resident of Valley View on behalf of a family member; she was found to be OK.
•Picked up a syringe reported to be on a sidewalk near Peterson Terrace and disposed of it.
•Dealt with a vehicle accident on Charles Avenue.
•Investigating complaint of violation of a court order on MacIntyre Lane.
•Began investigating a report of a possible sexual assault that had happened at an earlier date on Peterson Terrace.
•Helped MREMS at Sugarwood Court.
On March 16:
•Checked a report of people having sex in a vehicle in the caller’s Seymour Street driveway, but could not find the vehicle.
•Dealt with an Elm Street resident’s complaint that his ex-girlfriend was sending numerous texts to him in violation of a court order.
•Checked a report of a man walking on Exchange Street without shoes; the man said he was fine and just walking to his vehicle, but police gave him a courtesy ride.
•Dealt with a man reported to be consuming alcohol and urinating in public on Seymour Street.
•Helped a motorist looking for a location on North Pleasant Street.
•Checked the welfare of a resident of Valley View who was reported to possibly be threatening self-harm; he was found to be OK.
On March 17:
•Met with a Rolling Acres resident about burning without a burn permit.
•Warned intoxicated Main Street apartment residents to quiet down following a noise complaint.
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