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Middlebury Police Log: Man cited for domestic assault

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Hunter Quesnel, 22, of Middlebury for domestic assault, following an alleged incident at an Airport Road home on March 29.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•Were informed of the theft of a bottle of liquor for Hannaford’s Supermarket on March 25.
•Served a temporary restraining order on a local man on March 25.
•Checked on a report of people arguing in a parking lot off Court Street Extension on March 25. Police said the people had left upon their arrival.
•Received a report about a large maple log being stolen from a Case Street residence on March 25.
•Investigated allegations in the South Village Green neighborhood of inappropriate photos being sent via social media on March 25.
•Told a Cedar Court resident to turn down their loud music on March 25.
•Were informed someone had vandalized vehicles parked behind the Evergreen House off Court Street on March 25.
•Investigated a March 26 report of a vehicle leaving Route 7 South and striking a parked vehicle in the lot of Earth Waste management.
•Received a report about a possible domestic assault in the Courtyard by Marriott parking lot on March 26. Police determined the people involved had been arguing and that nothing physical had occurred.
•Responded to a report of a smoky odor off Court Street on March 26. Police traced the smell to a Court Street home where a man was boiling maple sap in his back yard.
•Ticketed a Middlebury Union High School student for being a minor in possession of tobacco on Charles Avenue on March 26.
•Helped in removing an unwanted person from a Court Street Extension business on March 26.
•Received a report that a video game console had been stolen from a Munger Street home on March 27.
•Located, and returned to Middlebury Union Middle School, a student who had walked off campus on March 27.
•Searched for a mental health patient who had left Porter Hospital without permission on March 28. Police said the patient was found and returned to the hospital.
•Checked on the welfare of a despondent man in the Court Street area on March 28. Police said the man reported being OK and not in need of services.
•Responded to a report of a vehicle leaving the scene of an accident on Court Street on March 28.
•Took, to Porter Hospital, a local man who was threatening self-harm on March 28.
•Served no-trespass orders on March 28 a man at South Village Green and a woman in the Case Street area.
•Served a temporary restraining order on a man in the Valley View neighborhood on March 29.
•Received a report on March 29 about a customer allegedly leaving the Courtyard by Marriott Hotel without paying their bill. The case is under investigation.
•Were informed a glass bowl and three bracelets had been stolen from the Edgewater Gallery on Mill Street on March 29.
•Were informed on March 29 of the theft of a shopping cart from the Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity headquarters on Creek Road.
•Responded to a report of horses loose on Case Street on March 29. Police contacted the owner to corral them.
•Checked on the welfare of a man found sitting off Mill Street on March 30. Police said the man was OK and declined help.
•Assisted Porter Hospital staff with a patient that had become aggressive on March 30.
•Retrieved a firearm that had been found at the Residence at Otter Creek off Lodge Road on March 31.
•Cited Taylor Wisnowski, 19, of Middlebury for driving under the influence of alcohol, following a traffic stop on South Street Extension on March 31. Police said they measured Wisnowski’s blood-alcohol content at 0.91 percent; the legal limit for driving is 0.08.

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