Bristol Police Log: Police cite driver for criminally suspended license
BRISTOL — Bristol police in recent weeks cited a couple of people for driving with a criminally suspended license.
Police cited Timothy Paquette, 24, of New Haven on Nov. 29 and ordered him to appear in Addison Criminal Court on Jan. 24, 2022.
Tallon Real, 19, of New Haven, was cited during a traffic stop on Dec. 12 and ordered to appear in court on Feb. 7.
Between Nov. 15 and Dec. 18, Bristol police completed 37 foot patrols, conducted seven car patrols, monitored traffic during school arrival or dismissal 22 times, and checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School 31 times, at Bristol Elementary School 30 times, and at local businesses 24 times.
Police also processed 36 fingerprint requests, verified one vehicle identification number, responded to two 911 calls made in error, helped two people get into their locked vehicles, conducted six welfare checks without incident and facilitated the return of two loose dogs, one allegedly stolen bike, one lost driver’s license and two abandoned backpacks.
During this period, the department also assisted Bristol Rescue twice and Vermont State Police three times.
In other recent activity, Bristol police:
- On Nov. 16, helped Bristol Elementary School with a truancy concern.
- On Nov. 17, investigated a report of a possible trespass on South Street property, but determined no trespass had occurred.
- On Nov. 17, began investigating a report of someone back in a tree line yelling at a jogger on South Street near the bridge at 7:30 the previous morning.
- On Nov. 17, served someone with a relief from abuse order.
- On Nov. 18, received a request for a property watch on Mountain Terrace.
- On Nov. 20, responded to a complaint about a barking dog, located the owner and addressed the issue.
- On Nov. 22, answered a call to help Bristol Rescue, but the call was canceled en route.
- On Nov. 22, took a report of trespassing on Liberty Street, located the person involved and issued a notice against trespass.
- On Nov. 26, received a report of a downed tree blocking Plank Road and with help from passersby, removed it from the roadway.
- On Nov. 29, responded to a minor vehicle crash on Airport Drive.
- On Nov. 30, took a late report of a vehicle crash.
- On Nov. 30, conducted a property watch on West Street.
- On Dec. 2, helped Mount Abraham Union High School with a truancy concern.
- On Dec. 3, responded to a report of a dog that appeared to be in distress while it was locked in a vehicle on Prince Lane, but the vehicle was gone before police arrived.
- On Dec. 4, investigated a report of a threat made on West Street, but the person threatened did not wish to pursue charges.
- On Dec. 4, investigated a report of abandoned cats on Mountain Street and found the cats were being cared for.
- On Dec. 4, helped with a traffic hazard on Upper Notch Road.
- On Dec. 4, conducted a welfare check on West Street and determined it was likely a false report.
- On Dec. 5, responded to a two-car collision on Main Street.
- On Dec. 6, with help from Vermont State Police, monitored traffic during student arrival at Mount Abe.
- On Dec. 6, helped Mount Abraham Union High School with a truancy concern.
- On Dec. 7, with help from Vermont State Police and Vergennes police, monitored traffic during student arrival at Mount Abe.
- On Dec. 7, began investigating a report of animal neglect on Mountain Street.
- On Dec. 8, helped Mount Abe with a truancy concern.
- On Dec. 9, with help from state police, monitored traffic during student arrival at Mount Abe.
- On Dec. 9, received a delayed report of a minor vehicle crash on Prince Lane and will file a report for insurance purposes.
- On Dec. 10, issued parking tickets to various vehicles in violation of the winter parking ban.
- On Dec. 10, began investigating a report of a citizen dispute earlier that day on Prince Lane.
- On Dec. 13, helped the driver of a disabled vehicle on East Street.
- On Dec. 14, helped Bristol Elementary School with a truancy concern.
- On Dec. 14, began investigating the report of an assault on Airport Drive.
- On Dec. 16, began investigating a report of a threat made on Airport Drive.
- On Dec. 16, verified sex offender compliance on Munsill Avenue and on Mountain Street.
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