Vergennes Police Log: Man served no-trespass order
VERGENNES — Vergennes police worked with Rutland police last week to deal with a Rutland man that police allege was making himself an unwanted presence at the Valley Vista facility on Alden Place.
City police said Rutland police on June 5 issued a no-trespass order to the man, who they allege was also creating a disturbance by phone at the mental-health care operation, which helps young women deal with substance-abuse and/or self-harm issues.
In other incidents between June 3 and 9, Vergennes police:
On June 4:
•Responded to North Main Street, where a delivery truck rolled into a fire hydrant.
•Backed up Vermont State Police on Route 7, where a driver had stopped her vehicle and called for help because a passenger had threatened to jump out. City police said the Vergennes Area Rescue Squad (VARS) took the individual to UVM Medical Center.
On June 5:
•Worked a walk-to-school detail in cooperation with the Addison Northwest School District.
•Directed traffic on Main Street while VARS helped a patient.
•Took a report that a temporary license plate had been stolen from a vehicle parked on South Water Street.
•Served to subpoena for records from VARS on behalf of the Addison County state’s attorney’s office.
On June 6:
•Dealt with a minor two-car accident in the Shaw’s Supermarket parking lot.
•Were told a woman’s ex-boyfriend was driving illegally on New Haven Road; he said no court order was in place preventing him from driving.
On June 7 conducted the first of three special traffic patrols over the next three days in various locations; police ticketed one driver stopped on Panton Road.
On June 8:
•Were told that between $10 and $15 of cash was stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Comfort Hill.
•Helped a motorist with a disabled vehicle on West Main Street.
•Checked out a report of a suspicious vehicle on Bowman Road.
On June 9 checked the welfare of a Walker Avenue resident, who was found to be OK.
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