Bristol Police Log: Police investigate missing cash
BRISTOL — Bristol police are investigating a burglary that took place at the Bobcat Cafe and Brewery in the early morning hours of Sunday, Nov. 17.
Police determined that cash was taken from the Main Street business but at this time do not have any leads in the case.
Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call Bristol police at (802) 453-2533.
Between Nov. 4 and 24, Bristol police completed 28 foot patrols and three 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 18 times; conducted 19 business checks; processed at least 19 requests for fingerprints; verified two vehicle identification numbers and facilitated the return of one dog, one vehicle license plate and one wallet to their owners.
The department also assisted Vermont State Police four times, the Bristol Fire Department once and the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department once.
In other recent activity, Bristol police:
• On Nov. 4 began investigating a conditions of release violation.
• On Nov. 5 began investigating a drug complaint.
• On Nov. 6 referred a 911 hang-up call to rescue services.
• On Nov. 6 helped someone find transportation.
• On Nov. 6 investigated an alleged dog bite.
• On Nov. 6 served a subpoena.
• On Nov. 8 responded to a two-car crash on North Street, without injuries, and will file a report.
• On Nov. 8 issued a citation to a juvenile for unlawful mischief.
• On Nov. 8 completed an information request.
• On Nov. 8 responded to and resolved a juvenile problem.
• On Nov. 9 issued tickets for vehicles parked in a fire lane.
• On Nov. 9 determined that a reported theft was in fact a credit card error at the pump.
• On Nov. 11 recovered from the town park a large handbag containing clothing. The owner may claim it by calling Bristol police at 453-2533.
• On Nov. 12 began investigating a report of simple assault.
• On Nov. 12 responded to a report of a person in crisis. Police found the person and took them to Porter Hospital.
• On Nov. 11 conducted a welfare check and observed no issues or concerns.
• On Nov. 14 received a request to assist a juvenile who was waiting for a delayed ride, but a parent arrived before assistance was needed.
• On Nov. 15 conducted a welfare check and observed no issues or concerns.
• On Nov. 15 began investigating an alleged assault, which was reported on Nov. 14.
• On Nov. 15 began investigating a report of truancy.
• On Nov. 15 responded to a motor vehicle crash with property damage and will file a report.
• On Nov. 15 began investigating a report of a person under 21 years of age in possession of marijuana.
• On Nov. 17 located a disabled vehicle at the intersection of Burpee and Monkton roads and provided traffic control during vehicle removal.
• On Nov. 18 helped someone find transportation home.
• On Nov. 20 helped facilitate a resolution between a juvenile and an adult.
• On Nov. 20 turned off and secured construction equipment at a site without workers, which had prompted a noise complaint.
• On Nov. 21 helped someone find transportation to Middlebury.
• On Nov. 21 conducted a welfare check and observed no issues or concerns.
• On Nov. 22 helped someone find housing for the night.
• On Nov. 22 helped Vermont State Police and other agencies conduct a sobriety checkpoint.
• On Nov. 23 helped calm an upset juvenile.
• On Nov. 24 responded to a motor vehicle complaint but the vehicle was gone upon arrival.
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