Middlebury Police Log: Police respond to call for help

MIDDLEBURY — On May 25, Middlebury police responded to a reported yell for “help” in a South Village Green apartment. Police said the resident had shouted, through the door, that he was hurt and couldn’t move.
Officers forced their way into the apartment and helped the man until Middlebury Regional EMS ambulance staff arrived to take him to Porter Hospital.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•Helped Burlington police on May 20 interview a person on the Porter Medical Center campus about an alleged incident that had occurred in Burlington.
•Took a woman to detox following a reported domestic dispute at a Buttolph Drive home on May 20.
•Investigated a case of vandalism to a shed off Airport Road on May 20.
•Responded to a report of a youth allegedly becoming physical with a parent at a Seminary Street home on May 20. Police took the youth to Porter Hospital to meet with Counseling Service of Addison County officials.
•Helped a Stonegate Drive resident who, after having been taken to Porter Hospital on May 20, believed they may have left their oven on.
•Assisted Vermont State Police as they screened a driver for possible drunken driving on South Main Street on May 21.
•Found a woman who was late returning to her College Street home on May 21.
•Served a no stalking order on a local man on May 21.
•Were informed of the alleged theft of some medication from an Elm Street home on May 21.
•Helped state police in their attempt to locate a possibly drunken woman who had allegedly been seen walking along Route 7 in New Haven on May 21. Authorities were unable to find such a woman.
•Removed a tree branch from Cady Road on May 22.
•Served a no-trespass order on May 22 to a man who wasn’t wanted at Kinney Drugs.
•Cited Antonio Johnson, 23, of Middlebury for gross negligent driving and attempting to elude a police officer, following a traffic stop on South Street on May 24.
•Responded to a report of a woman walking on Court Street on May 23. Police said the woman had left upon their arrival.
•Investigated a report of a loud party and people playing with a Frisbee in South Street on May 24. Police said the group agreed to move their vehicles from the roadway, turn down their music, and stay out of the road.
•Were informed on May 24 of the theft of a firearm and other items from a vehicle parked off Chipman Park on May 24. Police said the stolen weapon was a 12-gauge shotgun.
•Broke up an altercation at the Academy Street bus stop on May 24. Police stood by while both people left the area.
•Took, to the Middlebury office of the Vermont Department for Children & Families, a youth who had refused to leave the Counseling Service of Addison County headquarters in Catamount Park on May 24.
•Got counseling help for a local woman who had been contemplating self-harm on May 24.
•Responded to a loud party at a Weybridge Street residence at around 1 a.m. on May 25. Police said they told the hosts they needed to turn down the music and move everyone inside, or break up the party. Police said the hosts ended the party.
•Cited Samuel Barovick, 20, of New York City for driving under the influence, following a traffic stop on Academy Street on May 25. Police said they measured Barovick’s blood-alcohol content at 0.121 percent; the legal limit for driving is 0.08.
•Served a no-trespass order on May 26 on a person who was not wanted at the Middlebury Inn.
•Took a drunken man to Porter Hospital for evaluation on May 26. Police said the man had reportedly been found urinating off Buttolph Drive.
•Broke up a loud Middlebury College student graduation party at a South Main Street location at 12:11 a.m. on May 26. It was the host’s second warning, according to authorities. Police stood by while people left.

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