Bristol Police Log for Mar. 28
BRISTOL — Between Feb. 25 and March 10, Bristol police assisted Vermont State Police twice and Vergennes police once.
Officers in the Bristol department completed 33 foot patrols and more than five hours of car patrols in various parts of town, some of which were part of the Governor’s Highway Safety Program.
Bristol officers checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School 10 times, processed nine requests for fingerprints and completed one business check in the town.
In other recent activity, Bristol police:
•On Feb. 25 responded to a juvenile issue, which was resolved without police involvement.
•On Feb. 26 investigated tobacco offenses.
•On Feb. 27, at the request of a local business, opened a theft investigation.
•On Feb. 27 assisted with a medical call.
•On Feb. 27 issued court paperwork to someone.
•On Feb. 28 assisted a resident without incident.
•On March 1 ticketed a driver for driving with a suspended license after investigating a complaint about a motor vehicle that was off the road.
•On March 4 served court paperwork to someone.
•On March 6 opened a theft investigation.
•On March 6 investigated a report of littering.
•On March 6 investigated a report about a minor vehicle accident and found it required no police action.
•On March 8 opened a property watch for a local resident.
•On March 8 facilitated the return of property that had been lost.
•On March 9 completed required training.
•On March 9 investigated a complaint of suspicious activity.
•On March 10 completed required training.
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