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Bristol Police Log: Suspended license draws citation

BRISTOL — On June 9 Bristol police cited Cory J. Obrien, 31, of Middlebury for driving with a criminally suspended license after he was stopped for a motor vehicle violation.
Obrien was released with an  order to appear in Addison Superior Court, Criminal Division, on July 22.
Between May 27 and June 9 Bristol police completed 19 foot patrols, more than six hours of car patrols in various parts of town, some of which were part of the Governor’s Highway Safety Program, and on May 28–31 participated in the Click It or Ticket campaign. Officers checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School 10 times, conducted five business checks, secured two unsecure buildings, processed at least nine requests for fingerprints and verified two vehicle identification numbers.
The department assisted Vermont State Police twice, Middlebury police once, the Addison County Sheriff’s Department once and the Addison County Unit for Special Investigations once.
In other recent activity, Bristol police:
•On May 27, with Vermont State Police, assisted participants of the Bristol Memorial Day Parade.
•On May 27 investigated a motor vehicle complaint but did not locate the vehicle.
•On May 28 helped resolve a disagreement between a juvenile and an adult.
•On May 31 conducted a welfare check and determined that no further action was required.
•On June 1 investigated a reported dispute and determined that no action rose to the level of an offense.
•On June 1 attempted to locate the owner of a wallet found in New Jersey, but the individual no longer lives in Bristol and there was no forwarding address.
•On June 2 assisted a citizen who was locked out of their vehicle.
•On June 3 facilitated the return to its owner of a dog that had been caught loose in the park.
•On June 3 an officer attended a hearing at Addison Superior Court.
•On June 3 served court paperwork to two people.
•On June 5 conducted a welfare check and observed no issues or concerns.
•On June 5 checked a local business for possible unlawful entry but found no evidence of forced entry or access.
•On June 6 responded to a report of a juvenile problem. The situation was resolved.
•On June 6 facilitated the return of a cooler that had been found on Mountain Street.
•On June 6 installed a child safety seat and instructed a Bristol resident on same.
•On June 6 helped locate a child who had missed their ride.
•On June 7 found a wallet and returned it to its owner.
•On June 7 received a report of a missing child. The child was located.
•On June 7, at 11:48 a.m., responded to Main Street, where a green Subaru station wagon had struck a parked car while backing out of a parking space. Police ask anyone with information to call 453-2533.
•On June 7 facilitated the return of a cellphone that had been found in the area of Mountain Street.
•On June 8, assisted by Vermont State Police, investigated a dispute and found that no action rose to the level of an offense.
•On June 8 investigated a report of a vehicle being operated with switched plates but could not locate the vehicle.

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