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Bristol Police Log: Police conduct security checks

BRISTOL — Between Feb. 21 and 27 Bristol police completed three foot patrols, conducted three traffic stops, and checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School seven times, at Bristol Elementary School seven times, and at local businesses six times.

Police also processed four fingerprint requests, verified one vehicle identification number, helped one resident get into their locked car.

During this period Bristol police assisted Bristol Rescue once.

In other recent activity, Bristol police:

  • On Feb. 21 investigated a complaint of harassment on Taylor Avenue and determined no action rose to the level of an offense.
  • On Feb. 21 provided someone on Maple Street with information about how to obtain a civil court order.
  • On Feb. 22 received a Volvo key fob that had been found in town.
  • On Feb. 22 investigated a report of theft on Main Street and determined the property had been misplaced rather than stolen.
  • On Feb. 22 removed a traffic hazard from the travel lane of Rockydale Road.
  • On Feb. 22 helped someone on Woodland Drive obtain mental health resources after hours.
  • On Feb. 23 began investigating a report of theft on Mountain Street.
  • On Feb. 23 checked on the welfare of someone on Taylor Avenue and provided mental health resource information.
  • On Feb. 24 received a ring that had been found the day before at the Bristol Town Park. The owner may contact Bristol police at 802-453-2533 to retrieve it.
  • On Feb. 24 welcomed members of Cub Scouts Pack 543 to the police station and helped them with requirements for their advancement.
  • On Feb. 25 responded to a report of a barking dog on Main Street and explained town regulations to the owner.
  • On Feb. 25 helped a motorist with a disabled vehicle on Main Street.
  • On Feb. 26 helped a motorist with a disabled vehicle on North Street.
  • On Feb. 26 helped someone on Hidden Acres contact the appropriate agency regarding a minor car crash.
  • On Feb. 26 helped someone on Taylor Avenue obtain mental health services after hours.
  • On Feb. 27 took a report of fraud on Taylor Avenue and determined no action rose to the level of an offense.
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