Bristol Police Log for Jan. 20

BRISTOL — Between Dec. 19 and Jan. 9, Bristol police completed 41 foot patrols, conducted four car patrols and 14 traffic stops, and checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School 16 times, at Bristol Elementary School 18 times, and at local businesses 13 times.

Police also processed 15 fingerprint requests, verified one vehicle identification number, responded to one false alarm and one 911 call made in error, helped one person get into a locked residence and conducted one welfare  check without incident.

During this period the department assisted Vergennes police once.

In other recent activity, Bristol police:

  • On Dec. 22 issued tickets for parked vehicles on Main Street in violation of the town’s winter ban.
  • On Dec. 23 arranged for the towing of a vehicle parked on Main Street interfering with snow removal.
  • On Dec. 23 served someone with court paperwork.
  • On Dec. 24 served someone with court paperwork.
  • On Dec. 26 mediated a dispute between two parties on West Street.
  • On Dec. 27 helped the Bristol Department of Public Works locate the owner of a parked vehicle hindering snow removal on Garfield Street, and then issued the owner a ticket.
  • On Dec. 28 received a request to serve a no-trespassing order on West Street.
  • On Dec. 30 began investigating a report of a possible theft on West Street.
  • On Dec. 31 received a request for assistance from Vermont State Police, but the request was canceled en route.
  • On Jan. 3 responded to an animal complaint in the area of Munsill Avenue and West Pleasant Street.
  • On Jan. 3 issued tickets to vehicles on Park Place violating the winter parking ban.
  • On Jan. 4 helped Monkton Central School with a truancy problem.
  • On Jan. 4 began investigating a complaint of social media threats.
  • On Jan. 5 served someone with court paperwork.
  • On Jan. 6 issued a warning for a parking violation on Airport Drive.
  • On Jan. 7 responded to a report of a water line break in Blaises Mobile Home Park, which was determined to be on private property and thus the responsibility of the property owner.
  • On Jan. 7 responded to Lord’s Prayer Rock on East Street to help someone with a disabled vehicle.
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