Middlebury Police Log for May 7
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police on April 27 responded to a call for medical assistance on Jackson Lane, where Kumar Jaswinder, 59, had collapsed.
Police performed CPR but were unable to save Jaswinder’s life.
The case remains under investigation, though preliminary indications are that Jaswinder died of medically related natural causes.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• On April 27 assisted another agency on Ethan Allen Highway.
• On April 27 assisted an elderly woman on Amory Lane with her thermostat, as the heat in her house had gotten too high.
• On April 27 responded to a report of a female on John Graham Court not wanting her ex-boyfriend around, but the male was gone when police arrived.
• On April 27 responded to a noise complaint on South Village Green, and the offenders turned their music down.
• On April 27 received a report of a crash in the Shaw’s parking lot; the second vehicle was unknown.
• On April 27, at the request of a family member, conducted a welfare check on John Graham Court but were unable to make contact.
• On April 27 investigated a report of a vehicle possibly involved in some criminal activity in the area of North Pleasant and Elm Streets, but did not locate the vehicle.
• On April 28 assisted a motorist on Court Street.
• On April 28 began investigating a report of theft at Kinney Drugs, which was captured on video.
• On April 28 took possession of found/lost property on Washington Street Extension.
• On April 28, on behalf of another agency, followed up on a male who had reportedly taken medication in an attempt to harm himself.
• On April 28 investigated a report that a male was following his ex-girlfriend around.
• On April 29 investigated a 911 hang-up call and determined that there was no emergency.
• On April 29 responded to a report that a dog had injured another dog on South Main Street.
• On April 29 served someone with a no-trespass order on behalf of the Middlebury Natural Foods Co-op.
• On April 29 found a hearing aid in the road on Washington Street.
• On April 29 responded to a report of a hypodermic needle along the side of School House Hill Road and secured the needle for proper disposal.
• On April 29 investigated a motor vehicle complaint in the area of High and Seminary streets.
• On April 29 checked on two cars that were off the road on Case Street.
• On April 29 checked a business on Route 7 South.
• On April 29 restored peace between youths who were fighting on East Main Street.
• On April 30 helped Vermont Fish & Wildlife remove a dead deer from Route 30.
• On April 30 checked on a business’ storage yard on Route 7 South.
• On April 30 the Addison County Unit for Special Investigations received a report of possible sexual abuse on Spring Street and determined that the case was already being investigated by another agency.
• On April 30 checked on an open door at an abandoned residence in the Swanage Court neighborhood.
• On April 30 assisted an elderly male on North Pleasant Street who had fallen on the sidewalk and injured himself.
• On April 30 investigated reports of someone shooting in the woods south of Ossie Road, but did not locate anyone who was involved.
• On May 1 investigated a suspicious vehicle on East Main Street.
• On May 1 assisted Vermont State Police with an agitated male on East Main Street.
• On May 1 began investigating a report that a female had assaulted another female on North Pleasant Street.
• On May 1 conducted a requested welfare check on a female at Twin Circles and found everything OK.
• On May 1 assisted a motorist on Quarry Road.
• On May 1 investigated a report of a suspicious vehicle at the town garage but did not locate the vehicle.
• On May 1 investigated an alarm on South Street.
• On May 2 checked a business in the Marble Works complex.
• On May 2 checked a business on Abbey Pond Road.
• On May 2 investigated an accident on Court Street Extension, with property damage only.
• On May 2 collected nine hypodermic needles that had been dumped at the intersection of Case Street and Cobble Road and disposed of them in the department’s sharps container.
• On May 2 assisted another agency on Ossie Road.
• On May 2 checked the welfare of a male walking on the side of Happy Valley Road.
• On May 2 assisted Vermont Fish & Wildlife with the report of an injured fox on South Main Street.
• On May 2 assisted someone at the police station.
• On May 3 responded to several 911 calls reporting an argument between two parties, who were eventually separated for the night.
• On May 3 responded to a noise complaint on South Village Green; occupants agreed to turn their TV down.
• On May 3 investigated an animal accident on Munger Street.
• On May 3 investigated a motor vehicle complaint on Painter Road.
• On May 3 searched in the area of South Main Street for a dog that was reported running loose in the road but were unable to locate the animal.
• On May 3 responded to a motor vehicle complaint on Seminary Street Extension and monitored traffic speeds for 30 minutes.
• On May 3 conducted a traffic stop on South Pleasant Street.
• On May 3 assisted Middlebury Regional Emergency & Medical Services with a male who had overdosed on Munson Road and who was eventually transported to Porter Medical Center.
• On May 3 assisted Vermont State Police with an aggravated assault on Route 74 East in Shoreham.
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