Bristol Police Log: Man cited with identity theft
BRISTOL — On Jan. 10 Bristol police cited Aliza Rudinski, 28, of New Haven for identity theft and false token.
Rudinski was ordered to appear in Addison Superior Court, Criminal Division, on March 29 to answer to the charges.
Between Dec. 28 and Jan. 17, Bristol police completed 17 foot patrols, conducted at least 15 car patrols, monitored traffic during school dismissal six times, and checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School 20 times, at Bristol Elementary School 19 times, and at local businesses 17 times.
Police also completed at least nine fingerprint requests and verified one vehicle identification number.
The department also assisted Vermont State Police five times, Bristol Rescue once and Hinesburg police once.
In other recent activity, Bristol police:
• On Dec. 28 received a report of vehicle damage, which may have occurred while the vehicle was parked in a local parking lot.
• On Dec. 30 helped someone gain access to their vehicle.
• On Jan. 2 investigated a report of a missing vehicle. The car had been parked in the Shaw’s/Walgreens parking lot, where vehicles had been towed by the parking lot manager. Bristol police remind motorists that the parking lot is a private lot and that the lot manager determines if vehicles are to be towed.
• On Jan. 3 helped the Bristol Department of Public Works (DPW) locate the owner of a parked vehicle interfering with snow removal.
• On Jan. 3 received a report of a dog at large, but couldn’t find it.
• On Jan. 3 investigated a report of vandalism, but found no damage.
• On Jan. 3 helped DPW move a parked vehicle that was interfering with snow removal.
• On Jan. 5 helped someone contact their relative.
• On Jan. 6 served court paperwork on someone.
• On Jan. 8 helped DPW remove more parked vehicles interfering with snow removal, and this time issued tickets for violating the winter parking ban.
• On Jan. 8 investigated a threatening complaint and determined that no action rose to the level of an offense.
• On Jan. 10 served court paperwork on someone.
• On Jan. 10 investigated a social media complaint and determined that no action rose to the level of an offense.
• On Jan 12 helped a juvenile contact a parent for a ride.
• On Jan. 12 helped someone find their vehicle, which was being operated without their permission.
• On Jan. 14 helped someone with a suspicious phone call they’d received.
• On Jan. 15 initiated a truancy case.
• On Jan. 16 helped someone with transportation.
• On Jan. 17 helped DPW with vehicles violating the winter parking ban.
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