Middlebury Police Log: Break-in, theft at teen center
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury Police on Oct. 14 received a report that someone had forced their way into the Addison Central Teens center off Mary Hogan Drive in order to steal two computers and a monitor. Anyone with information on this crime should call Middlebury Police at 388-3191.
In other action last week, Middlebury Police:
• Were informed of the theft of a locked Rock Mountain-brand bike from the College Street area on Oct. 14.
• Notified the local dog warden about a German Shepherd that had allegedly charged a man and another dog in the Woodland Park area on Oct. 14.
• Responded to a report of a woman sitting in the drive-through lane at McDonald’s Restaurant in The Centre shopping plaza on Oct. 14. Police said Counseling Service of Addison County officials were able to persuade the woman to move from the roadway.
• Responded to a noise complaint at a Halladay Road residence on Oct. 14.
• Checked on a report of gunshots heard in the Three Mile Bridge area on Oct. 15. Police said they couldn’t find the source of the noise.
• Investigated a possible phone scam involving a Peterson Terrace resident on Oct. 15.
• Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS with a patient who had been considering self-harm on Oct. 15.
• Were informed that a vehicle had left the Maplefields store on North Pleasant Street without paying for gas on Oct. 15.
• Received a report of a truant student from Mary Hogan Elementary School on Oct. 15.
• Received a complaint on Oct. 15 about a stolen wallet, from which the culprit took a credit card that was used fraudulently at an East Middlebury store.
• Cited Hannah Corey, 33, of Orwell, on Oct. 16 for the alleged theft of merchandise from Hannaford’s Supermarket off Court Street Extension.
• Received a report of a possible sexual offense on the Middlebury Union High School campus on Oct. 16.
• Responded to a report on Oct. 17 of a person threatening suicide with a firearm in the Lindale Circle area on Oct. 17. Police said the person was taken to Porter Hospital to receive mental health counseling.
• Began an investigation on Oct. 17 into an alleged sexual assault involving two local juveniles.
• Responded to a family disturbance at a North Forty Lane home on Oct. 17.
• Received a report on Oct. 17 that a check that had been stolen in Middlebury was forged and cashed at a location in Springfield.
• Were informed on Oct. 17 that a laptop computer had been taken from an unlocked car parked locally on Oct. 17.
• Cited Ellis S. Jones, 45, of Jamaica Plain, Mass., for allegedly driving under the influence of marijuana, following a traffic stop on Court Street on Oct. 18. Police said they’ve sent an evidentiary blood sample to the Vermont Forensic Lab for analysis.
• Responded to a verbal dispute at a Halladay Road home on Oct. 18.
• Received a report about a man wearing a tan hoodie allegedly peeking into the windows of vehicles parked at Porter Medical Center on Oct. 18. Police said they found all vehicles to be secure.
• Responded on Oct. 18 to a two-vehicle accident, with rollover, on Route 7 south near Three Mile Bridge Road. Police said a person involved sustained minor injuries.
• Investigated a report of a vehicle damaging the lawn at Rouse Tire off Willow Drive on Oct. 18.
• Provided death notification to next of kin on behalf of the Burlington Police Department on Oct. 18.
• Began an investigation on Oct. 18 into a report of a person “periodically” taking items from Greg’s Market.
• Were informed on Oct. 18 of the theft of a laptop computer from an unlocked vehicle at the Memorial Sports Center lot off Buttolph Drive. Police are investigating the matter.
• Warned a group of juveniles about the dangers of playing on the railroad tracks off Mill Road on Oct. 19.
• Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS officials with an injured patient off Halladay Road on Oct. 19.
• Responded to a false claim of a burglary in progress at a Cottage Lane home on Oct. 19.
• Investigated a report of stolen license plates at a Kings Row residence on Oct. 20.
• Responded to a report of a dispute in the town green gazebo on Oct. 20. Police said they found no one at the gazebo, but noted a lot of trash there.
• Investigated a report of suspected drug activity next to the town offices on Main Street on Oct. 20.
• Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS officials with a patient who had been having a medical episode in the Quarry Road area on Oct. 20.
• Helped Vergennes Police with a man at the John Graham Emergency Shelter who was acting in an unruly manner on Oct. 20.
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