Middlebury Police Log: Brandon man keeps police busy

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police on May 7 at around 1:30 a.m. saw a vehicle parked at the former Connor Homes property off Route 7 South, and checked in with the two people in the car. Officers cited one of them — Devin Hughes, 18, of Brandon — for violating the conditions of his release, then released him with additional conditions.
Later that day, at around 8:45 p.m., police found Hughes in the Seymour Street area arguing with a woman with whom he had been forbidden to have contact. Police cited Hughes again for violating of his conditions of release  and lodged him that evening at the Marble Valley Correctional Center on $200 bail.
Separately, on Friday, May 10, Middlebury police arrested 28-year-old Joshua L. Curavoo-Tanner of Middlebury and cited him on a charge of aggravated sexual assault. Police allege that Curavoo-Tanner committed the crime against a juvenile female who was less than 13 years old in Middlebury this past November. 
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•Assisted Frank Mahady Courthouse officials with an unruly woman on May 6. Police said they removed her from the property.
•Helped a local resident who was having suicidal thoughts on May 6.
•Served a no stalking order on a local man on May 7.
•Responded to a report of a man shouting at people in the North Pleasant Street area on May 7.
•Cited Tyler J. Jacques, 28, of Middlebury for disorderly conduct and violation of his conditions for release, following an incident at McDonald’s Restaurant on Court Street Extension on May 8. Police received a report that Jacques had allegedly been throwing food at restaurant workers.
•Responded to a report of two men arguing at the Addison County Transit Resources Academy Street bus stop on May 8.
•Spoke with a man who had allegedly been yelling and swearing at the Academy Street bus stop on May 8.
•Investigated a report of online credit card fraud at an Old Chapel Road address on May 8.
•Calmed an agitated man in the Main Street area on May 8.
•Responded to a one-vehicle accident, with injuries, near the south end of Case Street on May 8. Police said the vehicle left the west side of the road and traveled down an embankment into a shallow creek. The driver was taken to Porter Hospital and treated for non-life threatening injuries, according to police.
•Investigated a report of a vehicle leaving the scene of an accident on Exchange Street on May 9.
•Responded to a report of an “agitated” man in the South Village Green neighborhood on May 9. Police said the man had left upon their arrival.
•Searched for a runaway juvenile in the Methodist Lane area on May 9. Police said family members found the person.
•Responded to a domestic disturbance at a South Village Green home on May 10. Police said they found two young siblings had been arguing, in the presence of a parent.
•Assisted a Department for Children & Families worker during a visit to a Seminary Street residence on May 10.
•Calmed a woman who had allegedly been screaming in the Monroe Street neighborhood on May 10. Police said the woman reported being “mad at her parent.”
•Calmed two men who had allegedly been arguing at the Ilsley Public Library on Main Street on May 10.
•Responded to a report of a homeless man sleeping in the bus stop shelter on Academy Street on May 10. Police said the man left the area on request.
•Contacted the Department for Children & Families to investigate a parenting concern at a South Pleasant Street home on May 11.
•Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS with a male who was having a seizure in the Bakery Lane area on May 11.
•Quieted a loud Middlebury College student party at a South Main Street residence on May 11.
•Assisted a local man who was having mental health issues on May 11.
•Received a report about a man acting strangely, talking to himself and waving his arms while walking on South Pleasant Street on May 11. Police contacted the man, who said he was OK and declined assistance.
•Got counseling help for two siblings who had been involved in an argument at a Stonegate Drive home on May 12.
•Responded to a reported domestic dispute between a husband and wife at a Butternut Ridge Road home on May 12. Police said the man agreed to leave the residence.
•Investigated a report of a vehicle leaving the scene of an accident on Weybridge Street on May 12.

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