Middlebury Police Log: Rutland man cited on violations

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Noah Blaisdell, 20, of Rutland for violation of a no-trespass order and driving with a suspended license, in the North Pleasant Street area on Dec. 10.

In other action last week, Middlebury police:

  • Investigated a report of an aggressive driver on Route 30 on Dec. 6.
  • Assisted a person who had received an unwanted message through the TikTok app on Dec. 6.
  • Assisted Middlebury College officials with a student who was experiencing a mental health crisis on Dec. 6.
  • Notified Green Mountain Power after reports of a loud noise and the loss of electricity in the Benedict Lane area on Dec. 6.
  • Assisted a woman who got locked out of her Dwire Circle home on Dec. 7.
  • Responded to a report of screaming at a Court Street home on Dec. 7. Police said it turned out to be a child who was upset at having to go to bed.
  • Assisted Vermont State Police with a domestic disturbance call on Smead Road in Salisbury on Dec. 8.
  • Brought an incapacitated woman to Porter Hospital after she had allegedly become abusive at been denied the purchase of more alcohol from a Court Street business on Dec. 8.
  • Served a no-trespass order on Dec. 8 on a person who wasn’t wanted at a local business on Dec. 8.
  • Dealt with truancy reports at Middlebury Union High School on Dec. 8.
  • Investigated a report of gunshots but found nothing amiss in the South Village Green area on Dec. 8.
  • Investigated a fraud report at the National Bank of Middlebury on Exchange Street on Dec. 8.
  • Served court diversion paperwork on a minor who had been in possession on tobacco at MUHS campus on Dec. 8.
  • Ticketed vehicles in violation of the town’s winter parking ban on Main Street and Merchants Row on Dec. 9.
  • Received a report about an allegedly rabid skunk threatening to attack a dog in Otterside Court on Dec. 9.
  • Ticketed vehicles that were violating the town’s winter parking ban on Main Street and Merchants Row on Dec. 9.
  • Assisted Porter Hospital officials on Dec. 9 with a patient who had left the premises prior to the arrival of mental health counselors.
  • Assisted a driver who had veered off Route 30 in Cornwall on Dec. 9.
  • Investigated a suspicious vehicle parked on Morse Road on Dec. 10.
  • Calmed a family fight in the East Main Street area on Dec. 12.
  • Investigated a domestic dispute at a Court Street residence on Dec. 12.
  • Investigated a report of a man refusing to leave a Court Street apartment on Dec. 12. Police prevailed upon the man to leave and warned him about consuming alcohol.
  • Helped a person who had lost a wallet in the Merchants Row area on Dec. 12.
  • Responded to a trespassing complaint at a Court Square business on Dec. 12.
  • Fielded a complaint about barking dogs at a North Pleasant Street residence on Dec. 12.
  • Cleared a tree that had been blocking Quarry Road at around 1 a.m. on Dec. 12.
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