Bristol Police Log: Cops cite Bristol woman for breaking contact rule
BRISTOL — On July 24, Bristol Police cited Claudette Vaughan, 51, of Bristol, for violating conditions of release following an incident the previous day on West Street. Police alleged Vaughan had contact with two individuals she wasn’t supposed to have contact with.
Between July 19 and Aug. 1, Bristol Police completed 17 foot patrols, conducted six car patrols, and checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School 14 times, at Bristol Elementary School 13 times, and at local businesses 13 times.
Police also completed at least six fingerprint requests, conducted one welfare check without incident, responded to one alarm that turned out to be false, and facilitated the return of two loose dogs.
The department also assisted Vermont State Police twice and Shelburne police once.
In other recent activity, Bristol police:
• On July 19 received a delayed report on damage to a vehicle parked on Prince Lane and will complete a report.
• On July 19 began investigating a report of vandalism on Mountain Street.
• On July 24 helped someone obtain mental health services.
• On July 24 helped a motorist with their disabled vehicle.
• On July 26 began investigating a report of threatening behavior in the Prince Lane area.
• On July 27 responded to a complaint about a loose dog on Plank Road, but couldn’t find it.
• On July 27 responded to a report of a loose dog at the intersection of Burpee and Plank roads. The dog was eventually caught by its owner.
• On July 28 responded to a 911 hang-up call on Elm Street but couldn’t locate the person involved.
• On July 29 took possession of a blue backpack that had been found on Briggs Hill Road and placed it in the lost and found.
• On July 29 investigated a report of trespassing on Plank Road and determined the individual in question was a property assessor. The property owner requested advance notice about future site visits.
• On July 29 investigated a report of a possible abandoned vehicle and determined the owner was waiting for a new vehicle registration. The vehicle was moved to a private lot.
• On July 31 made contact with someone regarding the disposal of household trash in town trashcans along West Street.
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