Middlebury Police Log: Police resuscitate man

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police assisted Middlebury Regional Emergency Medical Services (MREMS) with the resuscitation of a person believed to be going through cardiac arrest on Oct. 20 in the Wilson Road neighborhood.

Police said the man was then taken to Porter Hospital for treatment.

In other action last week, Middlebury police:

  • Cited William T. Blodgett, 57, of Bridport for driving with a suspended license following a traffic stop on South Main Street on Oct. 18.
  • Assisted MREMS with a medical call on Main Street on Oct. 18.
  • Assisted Middlebury Union Middle School officials with two students who had been having an argument on Oct. 18.
  • Were informed of a possible assault at MUMS on Oct. 18.
  • Assisted a local resident who said on Oct. 18 he was being blackmailed via social media.
  • Received a report on Oct. 18 that someone had smashed a display pumpkin in front of the National Bank of Middlebury entrance on Main Street.
  • Were informed of new graffiti on the Battell Bridge on Oct. 18.
  • Stopped a driver on Cross Street whom witnesses believed might be intoxicated during the evening of Oct. 19. Police said the driver wasn’t impaired.
  • Responded to a report of suspicious activity on Mary Hogan School grounds on Oct. 19.
  • Assisted South Burlington police on Oct. 19 in attempting to cite a local man into court, but police were unable to find the man at the residence given.
  • Assisted a person on Oct. 19 who complained of being the victim of fraud in connection with an apartment rental.
  • Received a request from a Case Street homeowner to have a former tenant removed on Oct. 19.
  • Heard from a local school bus driver on Oct. 19 who said a vehicle had passed him unsafely on Court Street.
  • Spoke with a local parent who alleged a juvenile had been threatening her daughter via social media on Oct. 19.
  • Investigated a suspected poaching incident off Cobble Road on Oct. 19.
  • Interviewed a man on Oct. 19 suspected to have been involved in the recent placement of graffiti around town. Police determined the man wasn’t involved.
  • Cited Jonathan C. Opra, 30, of Colchester for retail theft in connection with an incident at Shaw’s Supermarket on Oct. 20.
  • Helped remove an unwelcome person from a Jayne Court home on Oct. 21.
  • Moved along a man who had been sleeping on Mary Hogan School property during the evening of Oct. 21.
  • Responded to a report of a student refusing to get off a school bus at MUMS on Oct. 21.
  • Were informed on Oct. 21 of the theft of a hydraulic part for a plow that had been stored at the Middlebury Department of Public Works headquarters off Route 7 South.
  • Investigated the untimely death of a Middlebury College student on campus on Oct. 21. Police determined no foul play was involved in the death of the 20-year-old woman.
  • Responded to a reported assault at The Commons off Buttolph Drive on Oct. 22. Police said the investigation is ongoing.
  • Helped a man who had lost a piece of jewelry on Golf Course Road on Oct. 22.
  • Responded to a domestic dispute involving people on Middle Road on Oct. 22.
  • Received requests to serve no-trespass orders on two local individuals on Oct. 22.
  • Received a report that Rainbow Pediatrics had received a threat through social media on Oct. 22.
  • Responded to a noise complaint in the Washington Street area on Oct. 23.
  • Investigated a report of an underage youth using a fake ID in an attempt to buy alcohol at the Hannaford Supermarket on Oct. 23.
  • Received a report of a “number of vandalisms” at The Commons housing development on Buttolph Drive on Oct. 23.
  • Responded to a report of an elderly woman walking too close to traffic on Quarry Road on Oct. 23.
  • Checked on a man believed to have passed out outside Shaw’s Supermarket on Washington Street on Oct. 23. Police said the man was OK.
  • Assisted MREMS with a drunken student on Middlebury College campus on Oct. 23.
  • Assisted a woman who was seeking refuge from her boyfriend on Oct. 24. Police said they directed the woman to WomenSafe.
  • Interceded in a family dispute in the Airport Road area on Oct. 24.
  • Arrested Steven T. Browne, 36, of Shoreham for violating a court-ordered curfew, at around 3:50 a.m. on Court Street Extension on Oct. 25. Browne was released on a citation to appear in court at a later date.
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