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Bristol Police Log for Mar. 25

BRISTOL — Between March 1 and 14 Bristol police completed 20 foot patrols, conducted 13 car patrols, monitored traffic during school dismissal six times, and checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School 14 times, at Bristol Elementary School 13 times, and at local businesses 11 times.
Police also completed at least four fingerprint requests, conducted one welfare check without incident, helped one person get into their locked vehicle and responded to one alarm that turned out to be false.
The department also assisted Bristol Rescue twice and the Shelburne Police Department once.
In other recent activity, Bristol police:
•  On March 1 discussed the elements of threatening with someone who said they will call if actions rise to the level of an offense.
•  On March 1 responded to a motor vehicle crash in a parking lot and will file a report.
•  On March 3 began investigating a report of two stolen cellphones.
•  On March 6 responded to a motor vehicle complaint but could not find the vehicle.
•  On March 6 began investigating a report of property damage.
•  On March 8 received a motor vehicle complaint but the vehicle was gone when police arrived.
•  On March 12 responded to a report of erratic driving, located the vehicle and determined the driver was not impaired.
•  On March 12 participated with Vermont State Police and the Bristol Fire Department in a parade for the Mount Abraham Union High School boys’ basketball team.
•  On March 12 assisted a funeral procession.

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