Middlebury Police Log: Theft of marijuana reported

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police on March 21 were informed of the alleged theft of “a small amount of marijuana” from an out-building at a Case Street property.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•Met on March 19 with a local resident who was allegedly showing signs of possible mental health crisis.
•Assisted Vermont Adult Protective Services with a visit to a Valley View home on March 19.
•Investigated a report on March 20 of a local resident selling a piece of furniture that was not theirs to sell.
•Investigated a report of an intoxicated woman refusing to leave the Middlebury Short Stop on Court Street Extension on March 21. The woman left after speaking with police.
•Received a report about a man allegedly stealing two cartons of cigarettes from Middlebury Discount Beverage on MacIntyre Lane on March 21. The case remains under investigation.
•Assisted Middlebury Union Middle School staff with a student who was ultimately referred to the Counseling Service of Addison County on March 21.
•Checked on the welfare of a man seen walking aimlessly around downtown Middlebury on March 21.
•Assisted a parent with a child who was having a mental health episode in the Court Street Extension area on March 22. The youth was taken to Porter Hospital to meet with mental health counselors, according to police.
•Received a report of a person having a mental health episode at the One Dollar Market on Court Street Extension on March 22. The person eventually left the store, police said.
•Told a local resident to move a vehicle that had been partially blocking Three Mile Bridge Road on March 23.
•Assisted a person having a mental health episode on Court Street on March 23. Police said the man was connected with mental health counselors at Porter Hospital.
•Responded to a South Village Green resident’s complaint of marijuana smoke seeping into his apartment on March 23.
•Were informed that a downed tree was blocking Lower Plains Road on March 23.
•Responded to a trespassing complaint at a South Village Green residence on March 24. Police said they found no one trespassing.

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