Middlebury Police Log: Police respond to a vehicle hitting a wall
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police on May 23 responded to an accident, with minor injuries, after a person drove a vehicle into a wall at the Shaw’s Supermarket property off Washington Street. Police said the driver and a passenger were taken to Porter Hospital for treatment.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Met with a man who had allegedly been acting in an “erratic manner” in the Washington Street area on May 17. Police said the man left the area after picking up trash he had left on the ground.
• Responded to a report of a man and woman arguing off Academy Street on May 17.
• Investigated a larceny complaint in the Marble Works complex on May 17.
• Launched an investigation on May 18 into an alleged assault at a Case Street residence.
• Assisted Vermont State Police out of Royalton in trying to locate a person in the North Pleasant Street area on May 18.
• Investigated a report of a vehicle leaving the scene of an accident on Washington Street on May 18.
• Were informed on May 18 of a case involving the “possible dissemination of explicit material to a minor” in the Main Street area. Police referred the case to the Addison County Unit for Special Investigations (ACUSI).
• With the help of ACUSI, began an investigation into a possible sexual offense off Route 7 South on May 18.
• Referred, to ACUSI on May 18, an allegation of a man performing a sexual act in the Court Street area.
• Broke up a group that had allegedly been drinking in the Courtyard by Marriott parking lot on May 19.
• Cited Lonny McCray Jr., 33, of Salisbury for driving with a suspended license on Quarry Road on May 19.
• Served a no-trespass order on May 19 on a person no longer wanted at the Maplefields store off North Pleasant Street on May 19.
• Responded to a North Pleasant Street home on May 20 on a report of a woman experiencing a mental health crisis. Police said the woman was taken to Porter for a psychiatric evaluation.
• Investigated a report of someone allegedly throwing bottles near the Town Hall Theater off Merchants Row on May 20. Police found no one at the scene.
• Were called to a dispute between some Court Street neighbors following reports of a gunshot on May 20. Police were unable to confirm whether a gun was fired, and suggested that those involve in the dispute stay away from each other.
• Responded to the report of domestic disturbance off Foote Street on May 21. Police restored the peace.
• Checked on the welfare of a female who was seen laying in the grass off Exchange Street on May 21. Police determined that she was fine and just waiting for a bus.
• Served a temporary restraining order on a person in the Jackson Lane area on May 21.
• Assisted with a medical call involving a Middlebury Union High School student on May 21.
• Responded to a car crash, with injuries, at the intersection of Cady Road and Route 7 South at around 1:30 p.m. on May 21.
• Spoke with a Court Street resident who wanted information on how to evict and unwanted roommate on May 21.
• Tried to arrest an individual on an active warrant in the North Pleasant Street area on May 22. But police said the person fled the scene and couldn’t be found.
• Moved a dead deer to the side of Route 7 South on May 22.
• Checked on the health of a woman seen slumped over the steering wheel in her car parked off Court Street on May 22. Police said the woman was sleeping between jobs.
• Received a report on May 23 about a man taking items from a Court Street home without permission after breaking up with his partner.
• Responded to a dispute between some Case Street neighbors on May 23.
• Assisted a person who complained of being threatened over the phone on May 23.
• Investigated a report of a suspicious vehicle on Evergreen Lane on May 23.
• Advised a local resident on how to pursue a civil complaint against a neighbor on May 23.
Vergennes police on Sept. 19 cited a man with a Ferrisburgh address for domestic assault a … (read more)
Vermont State Police arrested a Bridport man and cited him for harming a housemate, and th … (read more)
Middlebury police last week spent a lot of time responding to complaints about a small com … (read more)