Bristol Police Log: Police investigate suspicious man
BRISTOL — On May 7, Bristol police responded to a report of a suspicious male who had been found sleeping in someone’s yard. The individual was located and identified, and police determined that no further action was needed.
Between May 6 and 12, Bristol police assisted Vermont State Police four times.
During that period, officers in the Bristol Police Department completed nine foot patrols and two 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 six times, secured one unsecure building and processed at least six requests for fingerprints.
In other recent activity, Bristol police:
•On May 6 assisted someone with identification verification for a legal process.
•On May 6 investigated a possible theft of a package from a local resident but determined there had been no theft.
•On May 6 responded to a report of alleged drug activity in a vehicle parked next to the Bristol town park, but found no illegal activity.
•On May 7, with the assistance of Vermont State Police, conducted a welfare check, spoke with the resident and found that all was well.
On May 8 responded to an alarm at a local business, which turned out to have been activated by mistake.
On May 9 investigated alleged threats made toward someone.
On May 10 opened an investigation into an alleged violation of a relief-from-abuse order.
On May 11 assisted participants of the Human Powered Parade.
On May 12 completed a check of town parks within Bristol.
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