Middlebury Police Log for Mar. 24
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police helped a Route 7 North resident with a visitor who had refused to leave his home during the evening of March 14. Police said both men were “heavily intoxicated.”
They took the visitor to the Charter House Emergency Shelter for the night.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
- Assisted a person in retrieving his belongings from a Court Street residence on March 14.
- Received a call from Kinney Drug officials on March 14 who alleged two unidentified women had stolen merchandise from the store on March 9.
- Helped defuse an argument between a tenant and a Cedar Court landlord on March 14.
- Received a report that students had left Middlebury Union High School campus without permission on March 15.
- Assisted a local resident believed to have been targeted by a phone scammer one March 16.
- Heard from a resident on March 16 who suspected someone had filed a federal income tax return in their name. Police advised the complainant to contact the Internal Revenue Service.
- Were informed of an alleged theft from a Court Street business on March 16.
- Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS at the Residence at Otter Creek retirement community, where a resident had died on March 16. Police identified the resident as Elizabeth Wilkinson, 91.
- Cited Michael Perales, 24, of Shoreham for attempting to elude police and being in violation of his conditions of release, on South Street Extension on March 17.
- Warned a group of people against trying to ride in the trunk of a vehicle in the South Main Street area on March 17.
- Cautioned a man and woman against standing on the old powerhouse foundation near the Otter Creek Falls in downtown Middlebury on March 17.
- Assisted a local resident in filing a stalking complaint against another person on March 17.
- Ticketed vehicles in violation of the winter parking ban in downtown Middlebury on March 17.
- Gave a courtesy ride to a disabled person whose taxi had broken down on Court Street Extension on March 18.
- Ensured the safety of a MREMS crew during a medical call at a Jackson lane home on March 19.
- Responded to a trespassing complaint at a Court Street apartment on March 19.
- Responded to a report about a firearm on the ground near Foote Street on March 19. Police said it turned out to be a BB gun.
- Assisted a person who was experiencing a mental health crisis in the Cedar Court neighborhood on March 19.
- Investigated a stalking complaint in the Buttolph Drive neighborhood on March 20.
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