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Bristol Police Log for May 12

BRISTOL — Between April 18 and 24 Bristol police completed five foot patrols and one car patrol, conducted five traffic stops, and checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School seven times, at Bristol Elementary School seven times, and at local businesses eight times.

Police also processed three fingerprint requests and facilitated the return of one lost wallet.

During this period Bristol police assisted Vermont State Police once and Hartford police once.

In other recent activity, Bristol police:

  • On April 19 completed grant-funded training on body-worn cameras.
  • On April 20 issued a parking ticket at the intersection of West and North streets.
  • On April 21 took an animal complaint on Birch Ledge. The Bristol selectboard will hold a hearing to address an ongoing issue with dogs at large.
  • On April 22 responded to a one-car crash with damage on Maple Street.
  • On April 22 tried to help someone get into their locked vehicle on South Street but were not successful.
  • On April 22 responded to a report of an abandoned motorcycle on Airport Drive. Its owner had it towed away.
  • On April 22 tried to help someone looking for a property on Taylor Avenue but they were unable to find it.
  • On April 23 responded to a dispute on West Street and determined no action rose to the level of an offense.
  • On April 23 issued parking warnings on West and Church streets.
  • On April 23 began investigating a trespass complaint on West Street.
  • On April 24 helped someone contact the rescue squad.
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