Middlebury Police Log: Bail set at $10,000 for man in assault case
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Richard Cram, 61, of Middlebury for first-degree aggravated domestic assault, following an investigation at a Case Street residence on Sept. 30.
Police said Cram was lodged for lack of $10,000 bail.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Received a report on Sept. 30 that a Woodland Park resident had been the victim of a phone scam. Police said the victim had provided a caller with gift card numbers and personal information.
• Served a no-trespass order on a local person on behalf of the Vergennes Police Department on Sept. 30.
• Responded to a landlord-tenant dispute at a Court Street residence on Sept. 30.
• Responded to a death investigation at a Lindale Circle home on Sept. 30. Police said Adrienne Bougor, 75, of Middlebury had died of natural causes.
• Launched an investigation on Sept. 30 into a Middlebury Union High School student’s complaint of having been harassed by a significant other.
• Took a local woman to Porter Hospital on Oct. 1 for an emergency evaluation.
• Assisted an Exchange Street business that alleged on Oct. 1 that a third party had requested an employee’s payroll check be deposited into a different account, without the knowledge of that employee.
• Received a report about a drunken man allegedly throwing a beer can in the College Street area on Oct. 1. Police said the man had left upon their arrival.
• Helped a local resident on Oct. 1 whose personal financial information had been used to make unauthorized purchases from an online store.
• Received a report about the alleged theft of unspecified items from an East Main Street residence on Oct. 1. The case is under investigation.
• Were informed of the theft of unspecified items from a vehicle parked off Route 7 South on Oct. 2.
• Began an investigation on Oct. 2 into a reported fight between two juveniles off Court Street Extension on Oct. 2.
• Served a no-trespass order on a local person on behalf of the Bristol Police Department on Oct. 3.
• Conducted a welfare check on a man who had threatened to damage a building on Lower Foote Street on Oct. 3.
• Calmed an unruly student at MUHS on Oct. 3.
• Quieted down a large, loud party on Weybridge Street on Oct. 4.
• Cited Anthony R. Smith Jr., 22, of Vergennes for a criminal count of driving with a suspended license, following a traffic stop on Court Street Extension on Oct. 4.
• Began an investigation on Oct. 4 into an allegation that someone had used a Patricia A. Hannaford Career Center account to make a purchase at a business, without the school’s knowledge or consent.
• Were informed that someone had damaged the handrail at the gazebo on the town green on Oct. 4.
• Interviewed a panhandler who had allegedly been yelling at people in the Court Street area on Oct. 5.
• Were informed of the theft of an unspecified amount of cigarettes from the Champlain Farms store on Court Street on Oct. 5.
• Collected into evidence a sexual assault evidence kit from Porter Hospital on Oct. 6.
• Investigated a report of an argument between two Valley View residents on Oct. 6.
• Responded to a trespassing complaint in the Seminary Street Extension neighborhood on Oct. 6.
• Turned over, to Middlebury College Public Safety, a student who had been running around in College Street on Oct. 6.
• Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS deal with an injured Halpin Road resident on Oct. 7.
• Took a “severely intoxicated” man to Porter Hospital for evaluation after he was found lying unconscious on the College Street sidewalk outside of Shafer’s Market at around 1:20 a.m. on Oct. 7. Police said they’re determining whether the man had been involved in a bike crash.
Vergennes police twice backed up other agencies in incidents between Nov. 27 and Dec. 3.
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