Bristol Police Log: Swerving driver found not impaired
BRISTOL — On July 11, acting on a report that a vehicle had been “all over the road” on Route 116 North, Bristol police conducted a traffic stop on West Street.
Police determined that the driver of that vehicle was not impaired.
Between July 8 and 14, Bristol police completed eight foot patrols and 85 minutes of car patrols in various parts of town, some of which were part of the Governor’s Highway Safety Program. Officers checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School six times, conducted five business checks, processed at least six requests for fingerprints and facilitated the return of one lost wallet, one loose dog and one lost Master combination lock.
The department also assisted the Bristol Rescue Squad once.
In other recent activity, Bristol police:
• On July 9 served temporary relief from abuse orders.
• On July 10 attempted to serve a court order but learned the subject had moved, so forwarded the order to the appropriate law enforcement agency.
• On July 10 conducted a foot patrol during the band concert.
• On July 11 responded to a local address for a 911 hangup and determined that there was no emergency.
• On July 11 checked on a dog that had been left in a parked car with the windows open and determined that the dog was not in distress.
• On July 12 responded to a 911 hangup and determined that it was a business testing a new system.
• On July 13 responded to a minor motor vehicle crash. A report is forthcoming.
• On July 14 investigated a report of possible theft but found no evidence of missing items.
• On July 14 investigated a report of a possible abandoned bicycle near a local business but upon arrival found no bike.
• On July 14 conducted quarterly sex offender registry checks on district residents and found all to be in compliance.
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