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Bristol Police Log: Department patrols schools, businesses

BRISTOL — Between July 27 and Aug. 16, Bristol police completed 21 foot patrols and more than 16 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 19 times, at Bristol Elementary School six times, and at local businesses 14 times; conducted six welfare checks without incident; completed at least 10 fingerprint requests; facilitated the return of one lost debit card, one lost wallet and two dogs at large; and verified two vehicle identification numbers.
The department also assisted Vermont State Police four times, Bristol Rescue once, Bristol Fire Department once and Vergennes police once.
In other recent activity, Bristol police:
• On July 27 responded to an alarm, which appeared to have malfunctioned.
• On July 28 began investigating a report of forgery.
• On July 28 helped someone start their vehicle.
• On July 29 investigated a motor vehicle complaint and observed no violations.
• On Aug. 1 responded to a two-car minor crash and will file a report.
• On Aug. 1 responded to a citizen dispute and determined that no action rose to the level of an offense.
• On Aug. 1 began investigating a motor vehicle complaint.
• On Aug. 1 began investigating a complaint of theft.
• On Aug. 2 responded to a call about an intoxicated person but the person was gone before police.
• On Aug. 4 began investigating a suspicious complaint.
• On Aug. 5 started a property watch for a local resident.
• On Aug. 6 responded to a motor vehicle crash with property damage and will file a report.
• On Aug. 6 responded to a threatening complaint and determined that no action rose to the level of an offense.
• On Aug. 7 responded to a motor vehicle complaint but the vehicle was gone when police arrived.
• On Aug. 7 helped someone get into their locked vehicle.
• On Aug. 8 responded to a parking complaint and ticketed vehicles in violation.
• On Aug. 9 served court paperwork on someone.
• On Aug. 11 began investigating a possible assault.
• On Aug. 12 responded to a parking complaint but the vehicle was gone when police arrived.
• On Aug. 12 investigated a stalking complaint and determined that no action rose to the level of an offense.
• On Aug. 14 completed a local record check.
• On Aug. 16 responded to a complaint of a loose dog, but the dog was gone when police arrived.

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