Middlebury Police Log: Juvenile allegedly drove under the influence of pot
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police took a juvenile into custody for driving under the influence of marijuana following a traffic stop on Route 7 North on Nov. 23.
Police obtained a warrant to get a blood sample from the youth. That sample is being analyzed by the Vermont Forensic Lab.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•Investigated a phone-email scam at a Gambrel Court residence on Nov. 20.
•Responded to an unlawful mischief complaint at the South Village Green apartment building on Nov. 20. Police believe two juveniles were responsible for damaging and spray painting walls in the stairwell of the building. One of the culprits has been cited for unlawful mischief, and a citation is pending against the other, according to police.
•Assisted a Vermont Fish & Game warden with a possible poaching case in the Swamp Road area on Nov. 21.
•Responded to a report of a vehicle leaving the scene of an accident at the intersection of South Main Street and Storrs Avenue on Nov. 21.
•Responded to a report of an injured person at the intersection of Main and Seymour streets on Nov. 21.
•Assisted a person who had been experiencing a mental health crisis at the South Village Green apartments on Nov. 21.
•Responded to a truancy complaint at Mary Hogan Elementary School on Nov. 21.
•Assisted state police with a traffic stop off Route 7 in Salisbury on Nov. 21.
•Ticketed a vehicle parked in violation of the town’s winter parking ordinance on College Street on Nov. 21.
•Responded to a report of a person acting suspiciously at Maplefields on North Pleasant Street on Nov. 22. Police determined the person was simply tired.
•Issued court diversion paperwork on Nov. 22 to three juveniles whom police believe had been drinking alcohol in the Abbey Pond Road area on Nov. 22.
•Stood by with an ailing person in Main Street until Middlebury Regional EMS officials arrived on Nov. 22.
•Assisted Vermont State Police screen a driver for possible drunken driving on Route 7 North on Nov. 23.
•Served a no-trespass order on Nov. 23 order on a man who was not wanted at a Court Street home on Nov. 23.
•Were informed of the theft of “various items” from outside of the Rouse Tire headquarters off Willow Drive on Nov. 23. Police said they’ve identified a possible suspect based on security camera footage.
•Helped a suicidal person get emergency mental health services on Nov. 23.
•Helped Middlebury Regional EMS staff gain access to a locked Washington Street Extension home to reach a potentially injured person on Nov. 24.
•Cited Michael Quinn Jr., 28, of Middlebury for unlawful trespass following an investigation on Middlebury College property off South Main Street on Nov. 25.
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