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Bristol Police Log: Bristol woman cited for domestic assault

BRISTOL — On March 19, Bristol police responded to a report of a family fight on Morgan Horse Lane and arrested Jeannette Marcum, 45, of Bristol, citing her for domestic assault.

Marcum was ordered to appear in Addison Superior Court, Criminal Division, to answer the charge on March 21.

Between Feb. 28 and March 20 Bristol police completed 71 foot patrols, conducted 11 traffic stops, and checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School 19 times, at Bristol Elementary School 19 times, and at local businesses 18 times.

Police also processed 27 fingerprint requests, helped two residents get into their locked cars, responded to one alarm that turned out to be false, conducted four welfare checks without incident, and facilitated the return of two loose dogs.

During this period, Bristol police assisted Bristol Rescue once, the Vermont Department for Children & Families once, and Williston police once.

In other recent activity, Bristol police:

  • On Feb. 28, investigated a possible abandoned vehicle on Main Street, found and contacted the owner, and ordered them to move it.
  • On Feb 28, investigated a suspicious vehicle on Pine Street but found no criminal activity.
  • On March 1, responded to a report of a car crash and determined an unknown vehicle had struck a parked car behind 31 Main St. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact Bristol police.
  • On March 1, served a no-trespass notice on a person for a West Streeproperty.
  • On March 1, received a report of minors in possession of tobacco. Police said the youths will be ticketed.
  • On March 1, investigated a motor vehicle complaint on West Street and determined nothing rose to the level of an offense.
  • On March 1, served subpoenas on behalf of the Windham County Superior Court.
  • On March 4, helped MAUHS with a truancy issue.
  • On March 4, completed online Crisis Intervention Training for Law Enforcement Officers.
  • On March 4, checked on a West Street residence, where a homeowner suspected someone was looking in their windows, but police didn’t find anyone.
  • On March 4, responded to a report of a family fight and determined it was a verbal dispute and no action rose to the level of an offense.
  • On March 6, put out traffic cones on North Street, where water was pooling in the roadway.
  • On March 6, helped someone get mental health services.
  • On March 7, began investigating a report of theft on Taylor Avenue.
  • On March 8, provided someone on Taylor Avenue with information about mental health services.
  • On March 8, provided someone on Taylor Avenue with information needed to report a crime in another state.
  • On March 9, responded to a report of suspicious activity on Liberty Street, but observed nothing of concern.
  • On March 10, helped someone on Airport Drive with a ride.
  • On March 11, helped Mount Abe with a truancy concern.
  • On March 11, investigated a report of a suspicious vehicle on Stoney Hill Road and determined it was owned by a person walking their dog in the area.
  • On March 12, issued tickets for parking violations on South Street.
  • On March 12, helped someone on Liberty Street obtain mental health services.
  • On March 14, responded to a verbal dispute on Hermit Thrush Lane and determined no action rose to the level of an offense.
  • On March 15, responded to a report of a disorderly person on North Street and offered the person contact information for mental health services.
  • On March 15, mediated a dispute between people on Prince Lane.
  • On March 16, welcomed Cub Scouts from Pack 543 to the Bristol Police Station. The Scouts had some great questions, which prompted a great discussion, police report.
  • On March 16, responded to a call from someone on Liberty Street who thought they heard someone walking around on their porch or around the perimeter of their house, but police didn’t see anything suspicious.
  • On March 17, met with some Scouts from Cut Scouts Pack 543 at the police station and helped them with requirements for their advancements.
  • On March 17, responded to a family fight on Mountain Street and determined it was a verbal disagreement and that no action rose to the level of an offense.
  • On March 17, responded to a single-vehicle crash on East Street, with no injuries but some property damage.
  • On March 19, began investigating a report of fraud on Carlstrom Road.
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