Bristol Police Log: Kids accused of trespassing

BRISTOL — On March 13, Bristol police arrested three juveniles after receiving a trespassing complaint.
The case will be handled in a confidential process of the juvenile justice system.
Between March 11 and 24, Bristol police assisted Vermont State Police five times, Bristol Fire Department once and Vergennes police once.
Officers in the Bristol department completed 33 foot patrols and more than seven 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 nine times, processed 23 requests for fingerprints and verified one vehicle identification number.
In other recent activity, Bristol police:
•On March 11 served someone a no-trespassing notice.
•On March 11 started a property watch for a local resident.
•On March 12 completed a vandalism report after damage to a residence was discovered.
•On March 13 completed technician recertification education credits in the Child Passenger Safety Seat training program.
•On March 14 investigated a report of sexual assault and determined that the allegation was unfounded.
•On March 14 responded to a 911 hang-up that was found to be an accidental dial.
•On March 15 investigated a littering complaint.
•On March 18 investigated a harassment complaint and determined that actions did not rise to the level of an offense.
•On March 18 opened a larceny investigation.
•On March 18 facilitated the return of lost property.
•On March 18 assisted someone who wished to dispose of a firearm.
•On March 19 assisted a business with a disgruntled person.
•On March 19 opened a fraud investigation.
•On March 19 assisted during property retrieval from a local residence.
•On March 20 facilitated the return of missing property.
•On March 20 helped someone secure a defective drop box.
•On March 20 investigated a noise complaint. The music was turned down.
•On March 21 completed a public speaking engagement.
•On March 21 and 22 assisted with HELP Program presentations at Mount Abraham Union High School.
•On March 21 investigated the report of a missing person. The person was located before police arrived.
•On March 22 opened a harassment investigation.
•On March 22 helped a motorist with a disabled vehicle contact a towing service.
•On March 23 located the owners of parked vehicles that were impeding snowplows.
•On March 23 investigated a report of suspicious activity and determined it did not rise to the level of an offense.
•On March 24 deployed flares at a traffic hazard.
•On March 24 issued tickets for winter parking violations.

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