Crime

Bristol Police Log: Family fight draws citations

BRISTOL — On Feb. 19, after responding to a report of a family fight on Main Street, Bristol police arrested April Brennen, 39, of Bristol and cited her for domestic assault.

Brennen was ordered to answer the charge in Addison County Superior Court, criminal division.

Between Feb. 14 and 20 Bristol police completed 19 foot patrols, conducted four traffic stops, and checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School six times, at Bristol Elementary School seven times, and at local businesses seven times.

Police also processed six fingerprint requests, facilitated the return of three loose dogs, and conducted two welfare  checks without incident.

In other recent activity, Bristol police:

  • On Feb. 14 responded to a motor vehicle crash with no injuries on West Street.
  • On Feb. 14 helped Mount Abe with a truancy concern.
  • On Feb. 16 began investigating multiple reports of inappropriate photos being sent via social media on Airport Drive.
  • On Feb. 18 helped the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department remove a dead deer from Route 116.
  • On Feb. 18 directed traffic around a tractor-trailer on Stoney Hill Road.
  • On Feb. 18 helped the Addison County State’s Attorney’s Office by obtaining contact information from a witness.
  • On Feb. 18 issued a verbal warning for a parking violation on Main Street.
  • On Feb. 18 issued a no-trespass order to someone on Airport Drive.
  • On Feb. 19 helped the Bristol Department of Public Works with a parking problem.
  • On Feb. 19 issued a verbal warning for a parking violation on Pleasant Street.
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