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Bristol Police Log for May 7

BRISTOL — Between April 6 and 26 Bristol police completed 26 foot patrols and 90 minutes 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 21 times, Bristol Elementary School four times and local businesses 20 times, and facilitated the return of two dogs and other unspecified personal property.
The department also assisted Vermont State Police once and Bristol Rescue twice.
In other recent activity, Bristol police:
• On April 7 assisted another agency in locating someone.
• On April 7 began investigating a motor vehicle complaint.
• On April 7 checked on the welfare of a person and connected them with a social service agency.
• On April 8 began investigating a suspicious vehicle complaint.
• On April 8 checked on the welfare of a person and helped them find housing.
• On April 9 checked on a disabled vehicle on Plank Road and deployed cones in the street until a tow truck removed the vehicle.
• On April 13 helped someone with a situation involving lost keys.
• On April 14 explained to a non-essential business the possible consequences of not following Gov. Scott’s current executive order regarding business operations during the pandemic.
• On April 15 helped Mount Abraham Union High School with truancy issues.
• On April 16 began investigating a theft-of-service complaint.
• On April 17 investigated a complaint regarding threats, found that no action rose to the level of an offense and suggested the complainant call again if the situation changes.
• On April 18 helped someone contact medical services.
• On April 19 conducted a welfare check and found no issues or concerns.
• On April 20 helped someone contact a social service agency for assistance.
• On April 21 conducted a welfare check and helped someone contact social service resources for assistance.
• On April 22 responded to a report that a vehicle parked in the Shaw’s parking lot at 10 a.m. on April 20 had sustained damage. A report is forthcoming.
• On April 23 responded to a report that a vehicle parked on Park Place had sustained damage. A report is forthcoming.
• On April 25 investigated a complaint about trespassing and determined that no action rose to the level of an offense.

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