Middlebury Police Log: Man cited for violating order
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police last week cited John P. Hegarty, 33, of Burlington for violating a no-stalking order after he had allegedly sent emails to the local person he was under order to stay away from.
In other action last week, Middlebury police ticketed vehicles in violation of the town’s winter parking ban in the downtown area on Jan. 31 and Feb. 4, 5 and 7, and also:
- Received a request to help calm an out-of-control juvenile in the Case Street area on Jan. 31. Police said the child had calmed when the officers’ arrived.
- Investigated a report of a person using a cellphone while driving on Court Street on Feb. 2.
- Responded to the report of a man jumping in front of cars on Route 7 South on Feb. 1.
- Responded to the report of a man yelling at snowmobilers near Middlebury Beef Supply on Route 7 South on Feb. 1.
- Investigated a trespassing complaint at a Court Street Extension property on Feb. 1.
- Received from Middlebury College Public Safety drugs and related paraphernalia that needed to be disposed of on Feb. 1.
- Cited 68-year-old Timothy Farr, who police described as homeless, for violating a no-trespass order in the Court Street area on Feb. 1.
- Probed a truancy complaint involving a Mary Hogan Elementary School student on Feb. 1.
- Helped Middlebury Regional EMS access a Twin Circles residence in Feb. 2.
- Investigated allegations of a person selling property without the consent of the local owner in the Munger Street area on Feb. 2.
- Received a report that a man had issued threats while at the Frank Mahady Courthouse on Feb. 2.
- Assisted a person who suspected he was being tracked electronically in the Court Street area on Feb. 2.
- Warned a person who was driving erratically on Macintyre Lane on Feb. 3.
- Responded to a trespassing complaint at a Court Street business on Feb. 3.
- Responded on Feb. 3 to a report of a man who had violated a court order by going onto an East Main Street property. Police said the man was taken to Porter Hospital for a mental health evaluation.
- Responded to a noise complaint in the Valley View neighborhood on Feb. 4.
- Responded to a trespassing complaint at a Court Street business on Feb. 4.
- Cited Kathleen Walls, 55, of Middlebury for driving under the influence following a traffic stop on Halladay Road on Feb. 5. Police said they measured Walls’s blood-alcohol content at 0.131%; the legal limit for driving is 0.08.
- Responded to a trespassing complaint at a Court Street business on Feb. 5.
- Again cited Timothy Farr, 68, for unlawful trespass in the Court Street area on Feb. 6.
- Responded to the Church Street area to a report of a mental health emergency on Feb. 6.
- Received a report about a man who had allegedly refused to leave a Court Street store on Feb. 6.
- Cited Nathan Gebo, 25, for driving under the influence, following a traffic stop on Court Street Extension on Feb. 6. Police said they measured Gebo’s blood-alcohol content at 0.142%.
- Assisted a man in making arrangements to stay at a homeless shelter on Feb. 6.
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