Bristol Police Log: Man cited for disorderly conduct

BRISTOL — On April 16, Bristol police arrested Timothy J. Clodgo, 53, of Bristol and cited him for disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace by telephonic or electronic means, stalking and resisting arrest.
Clodgo was issued a citation to appear in court later that day.
Between April 8 and 21, Bristol police assisted the Bristol Rescue Squad twice and South Burlington police once.
Officers in the Bristol department completed 21 foot patrols and 50 minutes 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, conducted four business checks, secured one unsecure building, processed at least eight requests for fingerprints and verified two vehicle identification numbers.
In other recent activity, Bristol police:
•On April 8 assisted with a death investigation. The death was determined to have been from natural causes.
•On April 8 facilitated a resolution after receiving a report of harassing phone calls.
•On April 9 facilitated the return of property that had been lost.
•On April 9 recovered found property and planned to contact the owner.
•On April 10 received a complaint about tobacco possession.
•On April 11 responded to a juvenile problem.
•On April 11 responded to a minor car and motorcycle crash.
•On April 12 helped someone contact the U.S. Postal Inspector’s office regarding ongoing mail delivery issues.
•On April 12 investigated a threat complaint.
•On April 13 investigated a refund dispute, but the party left prior to police arrival.
•On April 15 responded to an alarm at a local business, which appeared to have been activated by employee error.
•On April 15 responded to a minor two-car crash. A report is forthcoming.
•On April 15 assisted a motorist whose vehicle was damaged by roadway debris.
•On April 16 conducted a welfare check and observed no issues.
•On April 16 investigated an alleged violation of a relief-from-abuse order.
•On April 17 responded to a two-vehicle crash on East Street. A report is forthcoming.
•On April 19 investigated a report of a violation of conditions of release but observed no violations.
•On April 20 helped a resident.
•On April 20 issued a no-trespass order to a resident.
•On April 21 recovered methadone pills that had been found at a local business and disposed of them in the medication drop box.
•On April 21 facilitated the return of a dog that had been running loose on Main Street.

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