Middlebury Police Log: Woman cited for domestic assault

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Johannah Schneider, 26, of Middlebury for domestic assault and interference with access to emergency services, following an incident at a Buttolph Drive residence on June 10. Police said Schneider was lodged at Chittenden Regional Correctional Facility for lack of $200 bail.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•Responded to a report of a vehicle leaving the scene of an accident on Washington Street on June 11.
•Served, on behalf of Vermont State Police, two separate no-trespass orders on people at a Paul Allison Lane location on June 11.
•Launched an investigation into allegations of adults using drugs in front of minors at a Kings Row residence on June 11.
•Investigated a stolen vehicle complaint filed by one estranged spouse against another on June 11. Police said they found the vehicle on Airport Road and returned it to its owner. Police announced no charges in this case.
•Checked the welfare of a Case Street resident who was believed to be suicidal on June 10. Police found the man and said he was OK.
•Responded to a dispute between two Valley View Drive neighbors on June 12. Each person complained of being pushed by the other person, according to police, who told the pair to stay away from each other.
•Went to the Charter House warming shelter on June 12 on a report of a drunken man. Police said the man had left upon their arrival.
•Interviewed a local woman on June 12 who alleged her ex-boyfriend had withdrawn money from her bank account without her permission. Police continue to investigate the matter.
•Arrested Scott Racine, 44, of Middlebury on an outstanding warrant on June 12.
•Assisted Vermont State Police with a car crash investigation and subsequent drunken driving investigation in the Jackson Lane neighborhood on June 12.
•Received a report about an adult allegedly slapping a child in the Court Street area on June 12. Police said they were unable to locate the suspect.
•Searched in vain for a purported erratic driver on Court Street on June 13.
•Responded to a noise complaint at an Elm Street business during the evening of June 14. Police said a worker at the business promised to keep the noise down.
•Responded to the Lindale Circle area on June 14 on a report of a bear being videotaped by people who were allegedly getting close to the animal. Police, upon their arrival on the scene, said they saw the bear run off toward the woods on Case Street. 
•Received a report of a domestic dispute between a former couple in the Court Street area on June 14.
•Were informed a vehicle had left the scene of an accident on Washington Street on June 14.
•Checked the welfare of a man who was located safe at his Benedict Lane home on June 14.
•Notified Middlebury firefighters and Middlebury Regional EMS about a possible propane tank leak at a Kestral Lane residence on June 15.
•Investigated a fraud case on Middlebury College campus on June 15. Police said the victim responded to a posting on the Middlebury College off-campus job board, which turned out to be a scam. The victim received and deposited a check in their account, and was then asked by the sender to return to separate cash amounts to a third party, according to police. The victim was also asked to purchase Google Play Gift Cards, photograph them and send the images to the original person the victim had contacted, according to police.
•Assisted a local man on June 15 who had sent what police described as “compromising images” to another person.
•Received a report of a possible drug overdose at a Valley View home on June 16. Police said there was no overdose at the address, but rather a dispute between two people.
•Interviewed an accident victim who had been taken to Porter Hospital on June 17. Police said the motorcyclist crashed on Route 30 in Hubbardton, so the Vermont State Police are handling the follow-up.
•Responded to an assault complaint on Court Street on June 17.

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