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Bristol Police Log for Nov. 14

BRISTOL — On Oct. 28, Bristol police participated in the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency’s National Prescription Drug Takeback Day.
Bristol police are reminding residents that there is a drug takeback container in the lobby of the Bristol Police Station in the Bristol Works complex. Residents may stop by with their unused medication for disposal.
Between Oct. 21 and Nov. 3 Bristol police completed 21 foot patrols and two hours 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 12 times; conducted 11 business checks; processed at least eight requests for fingerprints; and facilitated the return of two dogs and one wallet to their owners.
The department also assisted Vermont State Police twice, the Bristol Fire Department once and Bristol Rescue once.
In other recent activity, Bristol police:
• On Oct. 22 issued court diversion paperwork to a juvenile in possession of marijuana.
• On Oct. 22 began investigating a case of possible narcotic use.
• On Oct. 24 began investigating a report of vandalism.
• On Oct. 24 began investigating a theft complaint.
• On Oct. 24 began investigating a trespassing complaint.
• On Oct. 25 conducted a welfare check and found no issues or concerns.
• On Oct. 25 cited a juvenile for embezzlement and ordered them to appear in family court at a later date.
• On Oct. 27 began investigating a complaint about a theft from a motor vehicle.
• On Oct. 27 responded to a traffic hazard, moved tree branches to the side of the road and contacted the town road crew to remove them.
• On Oct. 31 monitored vehicle and pedestrian traffic on North Street and surrounding areas during Halloween.
• On Oct. 31 responded to a two-car crash at the intersection of North Street and Lawrence Lane. The investigation is ongoing.
• On Nov. 1 investigated a suspicious vehicle parked in a local parking lot, discovered that the person was waiting for a friend and determined that no action rose to the level of an offense.
• On Nov. 2 investigated an alarm activation at a local business and determined it to be an employee error.
• On Nov. 2 officers completed annual firearms qualifications.
• On Nov. 2 searched for but did not locate an all-terrain vehicle allegedly being driven on a roadway.

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