Bristol Police Log for Apr. 16

BRISTOL — Between March 9 and April 5 Bristol police completed 33 foot patrols and more than four 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 27 times, conducted 27 business checks and processed at least four requests for fingerprints.
The department also assisted Vermont State Police twice, Bristol Rescue twice and Vergennes police once.
In other recent activity, Bristol police:
• On March 9 began investigating a parking lot crash where a vehicle hit another and left. 
• On March 9 began investigating a disorderly complaint.
• On March 10 began investigating a juvenile problem.
• On March 10 began investigating a trespassing complaint.
• On March 11 responded to a 911 call that turned out to be a misdial.
• On March 11 responded to a report of a dog in a vehicle and found that the windows were open, the dog was not in distress and the owner was checking on it frequently.
• On March 12 investigated a report by someone who believed they were being followed, but did not locate any suspect.
• On March 15 completed a child safety seat installation.
• On March 17 responded to a false alarm.
• On March 17 responded to a traffic crash and will complete a report.
• On March 17 began investigating a report of a theft.
• On March 18 helped locate the owner of a vehicle believed to have been abandoned in a local business parking lot. The owner removed the vehicle.
• On March 18 responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle but it was gone before police arrived.
• On March 19 completed a local record check.
• On March 20 investigated a citizen dispute.
• On March 20 began a drug investigation.
• On March 21 responded to a verbal dispute and determined that no action rose to the level of an offense.
• On March 21 began investigating a suspicious complaint.
• On March 21 began investigating a social media complaint.
• On March 21 helped someone with property retrieval.
• On March 21 investigated a complaint about suspicious vehicles but found none upon arrival.
• On March 22 began investigating another report of a suspicious vehicle.
• On March 23 logged a report of burglary.
• On March 23 helped facilitate the resolution of a custodial interference complaint.
• On March 23 responded to a minor vehicle crash and will file a report.
• On March 24 served someone a notice against trespass.
• On March 26 completed a local background check request.
• On March 26 completed a welfare check and found no issues or concerns.
• On March 26 responded to a report of a cow in the roadway and found upon arrival that the owner had the cow in the fenced-in area and was repairing the fence.
• On March 27 helped someone gain access to their locked vehicle.
• On March 27 responded to a report of a speeding motorcycle but it was gone before police arrived.
• On March 28 responded to a motor vehicle complaint, but the vehicle was gone before police arrived.
• On March 30 began investigating a report of an assault.
• On March 31 helped someone who was disposing of trash in an unauthorized place.
• On April 2 responded to an alarm, which was apparently malfunctioning.
• On April 2 tried to catch a loose dog in the area of Plank Road, but the dog got away.
• On April 4 investigated a noise complaint but found nothing.

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