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Middlebury Police Log: Police respond to domestic issues

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Ashlee L. Hathorn, 24, of Salisbury for retail theft and driving with a suspended license, following an investigation at the Hannaford Supermarket on June 8.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•Placed, into the protective custody of Porter Hospital for mental health counseling, a man who had allegedly been involved in a domestic disturbance at a Jayne Court home on June 3.
•Responded to a noise complaint at a Case Street residence on June 3.
•Assisted two High Street parents who couldn’t find their child during the afternoon of June 3.
•Investigated complaints of unlawful mischief and vandalism at the Middlebury Union High School campus on June 3.
•Cited Margaret E. Buell, 38, of Middlebury on a false pretenses charge, following an investigation at a Seymour Street location on June 3.
•Were informed of the theft, and subsequent forgery, of a check from an East Main Street home on June 3.
•Responded to a report of a man experiencing a mental health crisis at a Jayne Court home on June 3. Police said the man was taken to Porter Hospital to receive mental health counseling.
•Took an intoxicated Cross Street woman to received detox services on June 4.
•Investigated a theft from a Court Street Extension residence on June 4.
•Responded, with Middlebury Regional EMS officials, to a report of a man experiencing mental health problems at a Methodist Lane residence on June 4. Police said the man was taken to Porter Hospital for a mental health assessment.
•Received a complaint on June 4 about a check that had been stolen from a College Street location and then forged.
•Began investigating an embezzlement complaint reported by a Court Street business on June 4.
•Were informed that someone had left a dog inside a locked vehicle parked on the Porter Medical Center campus on June 5. Police said the vehicle had left before their arrival.
•Ticketed a juvenile for being a minor in possession of a nicotine device on Middlebury Union Middle School grounds on June 5.
•Responded to a reported 911-call hang-up at a Cross Street residence on June 6. Police said the caller was intoxicated and said he wanted to report an argument he had had with another person earlier that day.
•Responded to a report of an unlicensed MUHS student allegedly driving to campus on June 6.
•Ordered an intoxicated man to leave a North Pleasant Street home after he had refused to do so on June 6.
•Responded to two separate noise complaints in the Weybridge Street neighborhood during the evening of June 7.
•Assisted a Washington Street family with what police described as a “juvenile problem” on June 7.
•Received a report that someone had stolen food from a Shard Villa Road home on June 7.
•Helped East View at Middlebury staff with a dementia patient who had been preventing people from leaving a room at the retirement community on June 7.
•Helped free a dog that had been locked in a vehicle parked at Porter Medical Center on June 7.
•Investigated a noise disturbance at a South Main Street location on June 8.
•Assisted Porter Hospital officials find who they said was a suicidal patient who had walked away from the facility during the evening of June 8.
•Received a report about a dog that had been left alone in a hot car parked off Bakery Lane on June 8. Police said the car was gone upon their arrival.
•Received a report of a person missing from the Freeman Way area on June 8.
•Discovered drug paraphernalia in a vehicle that had been stopped for a traffic infraction on Halladay Road on June 8.
•Notified Vermont State Police about a vehicle that had reportedly been traveling erratically on Route 7 South on June 8.
•Helped a Vermont Fish & Game warden investigate a report of two men smoking marijuana off Morgan Horse Farm Road on June 9.
•Responded to a noise complaint on Weybridge Street on June 9.
•Responded to a report of a missing person in the Jackson Lane area on July 10.
•Responded to a suspected arson fire at 74 Court St. on June 10 (see related article in A section).
•Launched an investigation into a local man’s complaint that he had been assaulted by another person ion the Court Street area on June 10.

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