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Bristol Police Log: Man cited for domestic assault

BRISTOL — On Nov. 23, after responding to a report of a family fight, Bristol police arrested Tyler Eddy, 28, of Bristol and cited him for domestic assault. Eddy was ordered to appear in Addison Superior Court, criminal division, to answer to the charge.
Between Nov. 16 and Dec. 6, Bristol police completed 26 foot patrols and four 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 17 times, at Bristol Elementary School 19 times, and at local businesses 14 times; completed at least 11 fingerprint requests; and conducted three welfare checks without incident.
The department also assisted Vermont State Police four times and Bristol Rescue once.
In other recent activity, Bristol police:
•  On Nov. 20 began investigating a report of inappropriate photos shared on social media.
•  On Nov. 20 received a threatening report and determined no action rose to the level of an offense.
•  On Nov. 20 found a laptop on West Street. The owner can claim it by calling Bristol police at 453-2533 and citing incident number 20BR02175.
•  On Nov. 22 responded to a yelling person and determined they were experiencing discomfort related to a medical issue.
•  On Nov. 22 began investigating a report of theft.
•  On Nov. 23 helped someone find something they’d lost.
•  On Nov. 24 responded to an animal problem.
•  On Nov. 24 began investigating a harassment complaint.
•  On Nov. 30 began investigating a report of damage to a car window.
•  On Nov. 30 reviewed with a local business Gov. Phil Scott’s executive order regarding public health and safety.
•  On Dec. 1 responded to an alarm and determined it was the result of employee error.
•  On Dec. 1 began investigating a complaint of theft.
•  On Dec. 1 conducted sex offender checks and found that all were in compliance.
•  On Dec. 1 completed online domestic violence training.
•  On Dec. 2, in the evening, responded to a report of a cow in the roadway. The folks at Gateway Farm helped secure the cow until its owner could be identified.
•  On Dec. 3 initiated truancy cases.
•  On Dec. 3 began investigating the unexpected death of Richard Urbanak, 33, of Bristol. Police did not believe his death to be suspicious.
•  On Dec. 5 began investigating a social media complaint.
•  On Dec. 6 helped someone contact their care provider.
•  On Dec. 6 helped with a custody exchange.
•  On Dec. 6 received a fraud complaint, which was determined to be civil, and which was resolved by the parties involved.
•  On Dec. 6 checked security at a residence.
•  On Dec. 6 investigated a report of prescription drug sharing and determined it was unfounded. 

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