Vergennes Police Log for Feb. 10
VERGENNES — Vergennes police cited a Lincoln man for unlawful mischief on Feb. 5 after he allegedly damaged a vehicle belonging to another patron of the Community Market on North Main Street.
Cited into court was Jacob T. Jimmo, 26. Police were called to the scene because Jimmo and another customer were arguing and possibly came to blows at the market. Police allege Jimmo then damaged the vehicle after the dispute.
In other action between Jan. 31 and Feb. 6, Vergennes police conducted a half-dozen patrols by cruiser, ticketed two vehicles violating the city’s wintertime ordinance banning overnight parking on streets, conducted a VIN inspection, and:
On Jan. 31:
- Checked out an early-morning report of a suspicious person wandering around on a South Maple Street property.
- Dealt with a minor two-car accident on Green Street and a minor one-car accident on West Main Street.
On Feb. 1 issued a $9,480 ticket to the company that owned an overweight commercial vehicle being driven on Monkton Road.
On Feb. 2 helped Vergennes Union Elementary School on Walk To School Day.
On Feb. 3 heard from the city public works department that at some unknown point someone had tried to cut off and steal a catalytic converter from one of the city trucks.
On Feb. 6 referred a Main Street tenant issue to a landlord. Police were told by one apartment resident that the resident of another apartment had tried to lock out a third neighbor and a dog because the second neighbor was upset about the dog being allowed to defecate on the property’s lawn.
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