Middlebury Police Log: Convicted felon accused of possessing a firearm

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Nathan Hansen, 35, of Bristol for being in possession of a firearm as a convicted felon, in the Case Street area on Dec. 1.

In other action last week, Middlebury police:

  • Provided a ride to Vergennes to a person seen walking down Route 7 North on Nov. 29.
  • Responded to a report of a group of people videotaping through a window into the Hannaford Supermarket on Nov. 29.
  • Responded to a report of a disoriented, elderly male who was found walking on Foote Street on Nov. 29.
  • Checked on the mental health of a man in the Foote Street area on Nov. 29.
  • Assisted Vermont State Police with a domestic disturbance in Salisbury on Nov. 30.
  • Served legal paperwork to a Washington Street resident on Nov. 30 in connection with an alcohol violation.
  • Assisted state police in contacting a Middlebury resident who had been involved in a car crash in Monkton on Nov. 30.
  • Checked on the welfare of a local resident who appeared to be confused on Nov. 30.
  • Helped a Middlebury College student deal with a fraud case on Nov. 30.
  • Issued winter parking ban tickets to vehicles parked off Merchants Row on Nov. 30.
  • Assisted state police with a vehicle off Smead Road in Salisbury on Dec. 1 in which the operator was believed to be impaired.
  • Helped a drunken, homeless woman return back to the Charter House emergency shelter during the evening of Dec. 2.
  • Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS with a man who was reportedly experiencing hallucinations at the Charter House emergency shelter on Dec. 2.
  • Responded to a Court Street home were a drunken man was allegedly causing a disturbance on Dec. 2.
  • Investigated a report of a man driving the wrong way on Route 7 South on Dec. 2. Police determined the man was in need of medical care.
  • Helped a person who had driven into a ditch off Foote Street on Dec. 2.
  • Investigated a suspected retail theft at Hannaford Supermarket on Dec. 2.
  • Assisted employees of a Merchants Row business who had received what police described as a “profound” phone message that had left them feeling uncomfortable on Dec. 2.
  • Issued winter parking ban tickets to vehicles parked off Merchants Row on Dec. 2.
  • Assisted MREMS with a man who was experiencing mental health issues in the Exchange Street area on Dec. 2.
  • Responded to a verbal dispute between some Court Street neighbors on Dec. 3.
  • Received a report that someone had cashed a bad check at a Court Street business on Dec. 3. Police said the case is being investigated.
  • Went to Middlebury Union Middle School on Dec. 3 to stand by in anticipation of a visit of a parent who had previously exhibited bad behavior.
  • Investigated a report of someone allegedly driving unsafely on Quarry Road on Dec. 4.
  • Heard an allegation that someone had stolen a firearm from a Jayne Court residence on Dec. 4.
  • Assisted Vermont State Police in finding a missing woman off Court Street Extension on Dec. 4.
  • Were informed of a loud “crash” sound followed by the loss of electricity in the Benedict Lane neighborhood on Dec. 5. Police said they notified the power company.
  • Responded to a noise complaint in the South Pleasant Street neighborhood on Dec. 5.
  • Responded to a domestic disturbance in an East Main Street area on Dec. 5.
  • Assisted Middlebury firefighters at the scene of a truck fire off Case Street on Dec. 5.
  • Assisted a Middlebury College student who was having a mental health crisis at Porter Hospital on Dec. 6.
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