Middlebury Police Log: Police investigate vandalism complaint

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police investigated a vandalism complaint at G. Stone Motors on Route 7 South this past Friday, April 19.
Two men are alleged to have wrenched a wing mirror from the side door of a white Ford truck parked in the G. Stone lot. Police said the incident was captured on video, and that the two suspected culprits left on foot.
The incident remains under investigation, and anyone with information is asked to call police at 388-3191.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•Located a man in the College Street area who had allegedly been sending suicidal text messages to his parents in New York on April 15. Police said the man reported feeling “a little down,” but insisted he had no plans to harm himself. Police referred the man to counseling services.
•Identified a woman in the Rogers Road area who had been threatening to harm herself on April 15, and drove her to Porter Hospital.
•Helped Vermont State Police in their search for a person in the Court Street area on April 15.
•Received a report of someone writing graffiti on the outside surface of a door at the Ilsley Library on Main Street on April 15.
•Searched for two truant students from Middlebury Union Middle School on April 15.
•Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS with a drunken man in the South Village Green housing development on April 15.
•Took into protective custody a drunken man on Maple Street and drove him to Rutland for detox services on April 16.
•Responded to a report of an out-of-control juvenile in the Dow Farm Lane area on April 16.
•Investigated a possible child abuse case at a South Village Green home on April 16.
•Assisted a person having a mental health episode in the Jayne Court area on April 16.
•Investigated an ATV accident off Shard Villa Road on April 17. Police said the man driving the ATV was taken to Porter Hospital for treatment of an injured leg.
•Reunited a lost wallet with its owner on April 17.
•Responded to a domestic dispute at a Court Street home on April 17. Police referred the case to the Addison County State’s Attorney’s office for possible prosecution.
•Responded to a report of children playing on the Cross Street Bridge on April 17.
•Responded, with Middlebury Regional EMS, to the Main Street area on a report of a person who had overdosed on medications on April 17.
•Investigated allegations of sexting among MUMS students on April 17.
•Assisted a local parent with a child custody issue in the Main Street area on April 18.
•Received a report on April 18 of a person smashing the window of a car parked off Porter Field Road in order to steal an undisclosed amount of cash.
•Assisted a local man who claimed to have been threatened in the Court Street area on April. 19. Police said the man couldn’t provide any details about the alleged incident.
•Cited Landon Urban, 32, of Lincoln for retail theft, following an alleged incident at Hannaford’s Supermarket on April 19. Police said an off-duty officer witnessed the alleged offense.
•Helped a Happy Valley Road resident believed to have been the victim of identity theft on April 19.
•Investigated a report of a man climbing up the train trestle off Water Street on April 20. Police said the man had left upon their arrival.
•Responded to a report of a man throwing things, spitting and swearing in the gazebo on the town green on April 20. Police said the man had left by the time they got there.
•Responded to a report of some Court Street neighbors allegedly threatening each other on April 21.
•Cited David Ambrose, 53, of Middlebury for driving with a suspended license, following a traffic stop on Main Street on April 21.
•Gave a homeless person a ride to the Charter House warming shelter on April 21.
•Responded to a noise complaint at a Weybridge Street residence just after midnight April 21. Police said the Middlebury College student residents were hosting a party, and were warned about having too many people on premises.

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