Middlebury Police Log: Police respond to warming shelter
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police ended up arresting a Middlebury woman on Feb. 2 after responding to a complaint of an out-of-control person at the Charter House warming shelter on North Pleasant Street.
Officers responded to the Charter House at around 11:40 a.m. this past Sunday to help calm the situation. They learned the guest in question, Kendra Pixley, 40, of Middlebury had an outstanding warrant for her arrest.
Police then took Pixley into custody, and she was transported to the Chittenden Regional Correctional Facility by the Addison County Sheriff’s Department.
In other recent activity Middlebury police:
On Jan. 27:
• Helped with a student issue at Hannaford Career Center.
• Investigated a report of a wallet dropped on North Pleasant Street that was possibly stolen.
• Responded to a vehicle off the road at the intersection of Case Street and Quarry Road.
• At 11:23 p.m. spoke with a male on Main Street who appeared to have a can of beer. The can was empty.
On Jan. 28:
• Referred to the Department for Children and Families a report of unwanted touching between two Middlebury Union High School students.
• Requested that Brandon police serve a no-trespass order to a woman on behalf of the Middlebury Natural Foods Coop.
• Dealt with a vehicle accident on Washington Street in which one vehicle left the scene.
• Looked into a report of possible sexual assault of a juvenile; the Addison County Unit for Special Investigations (ACUSI) determined the incident occurred out of the area and referred the case to another agency.
• Checked a report of an open door at a Buttolph Drive residence.
• Responded to a South Main Street noise complaint; the resident agreed to turn down music volume.
• Checked on cars parked at a closed East Middlebury business.
On Jan. 29:
• Checked on a vehicle that was parked outside of a Creek Road business after hours.
• Served a no-stalking order on a woman on Court Street.
• At 12:55 p.m. followed up with a continued complaint from Fenn Farm Lane of a bull running loose.
• Served a no-stalking order on a man on Court Street.
• Checked on a car at a closed Ossie Road business and saw that it was empty and determined there was no problem.
On Jan. 30:
• Cited David Oleson, 35, of Whiting for unlawful trespass (prohibited from being at a local business) and violation of conditions of release (a curfew violation) as a result of a Route 7 traffic stop.
• Investigated a scam where a caller to a South Village Green resident claimed to be from Comcast and gained access to the victim’s bank account to remove money. Investigation continues.
• Helped Probation and Parole personnel at the courthouse to take a man into custody for a probation violation.
• Served a no-trespass order to a woman on behalf of Dunkin Donuts.
• Notified a Cone Drive resident of a death on behalf a Florida county sheriff’s office.
• Called ACUSI to assist with a domestic assault investigation on Route 116.
• Responded to Middlebury Union Middle School to calm an upset parent at a basketball game.
On Jan. 31:
• At 7:32 p.m. responded to an accident with an injury on Court Street Extension at Middle Road North.
On Feb. 1:
• Checked on a person sitting at a closed business; police determined the person be homeless and gave him a ride to shelter.
• Investigated a suspicious vehicle parked outside a East Middlebury business.
• Assisted Middlebury Regional Emergency Medical Services personnel on Route 7 with an uncooperative patient.
• Dealt with an argument between a parent and adult child at a South Village Green resident. Police said the adult child had left the residence and made comments about self-harm, and police found the person and arranged a meeting with the Counseling Service of Addison County.
• Mediated a dispute between Court Street apartment neighbors who were complaining about each other’s noise levels.
On Feb. 2:
• Checked on a car parked at a closed East Middlebury business.
• Took a call from a female Court Street resident claiming to be assaulted, but refused to meet with an officer. Police said attempts to locate the caller were unsuccessful.
• At 5:01 p.m. put out a fire in a car on South Main Street.
• Checked the welfare of a male Charter House guest.
On Feb. 3
• At 1:20 a.m. assisted Vermont State Police with a driving while under the influence case in East Middlebury.
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