Middlebury Police Log: Police assist MUMS officials with student

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police assisted Middlebury Union Middle School officials with an “out-of-control” student on May 3. School officials alleged the student assaulted staff members.

Police said the student’s parents collected the student from school.

In other action last week, Middlebury police:

  • Took a drunken student to Porter Hospital for a medical exam on May 2.
  • Responded to a juvenile complaint on Woodbridge Lane on May 2. Police said they were unable to locate any juveniles in that area.
  • Responded to a report of someone stealing the LGBTQ flag from Porter Medical Center campus on May 2. Middlebury police were soon informed that Brandon police had cited David Woodward, 65, of Brandon for the theft.
  • Received a report on May 2 about the alleged theft of money from the Porter Hospital campus. Police said the case is under investigation.
  • Gave a ride to a person who had been involved in a crash on Cody Road on May 2.
  • Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS on a medical call in the Buttolph Drive neighborhood on May 3.
  • Assisted Bristol Rescue with a medical emergency at the Charter House Emergency Shelter on May 3.
  • Responded to a reported domestic disturbance in the Airport Road area on May 3.
  • Received a report of a Turning Point Center of Addison County guest being disruptive and refusing to leave the nonprofit’s Creek Road headquarters on May 3.
  • Took a mother and child to Porter Hospital during the evening of May 4 after receiving word that the child had experienced a medical emergency.
  • Assisted the Charter House Emergency Shelter with an unruly guest on May 4.
  • Were informed of the theft of a road bike from a College Street building on May 5.
  • Responded to a complaint of someone bringing a snake into a Foote Street home on May 5.
  • Investigated reports that a “small black vehicle” knocked down several signs in the Airport Road neighborhood on May 5. Police couldn’t find the vehicle.
  • Investigated reports of a loud party off Quarry Road at around 11:15 p.m. on May 6.
  • Assisted MREMS on a call to the Addison County Parent-Child Center on Monroe Street, where a nine-month-old child had been experiencing difficulty breathing. MREMS officials were able to help the child, police said.
  • Responded to a report of someone driving erratically on College Street and Route 125 on May 6.
  • Checked on the welfare of an elderly Lindale Circle resident who reported having no running water or heat in her home on May 6.
  • Investigated a report on May 6 of a vehicle striking a fire hydrant and causing a water leak at the intersection of High and Washington streets on May 6.
  • Responded to an untimely death report in the Deerfield Lane area on May 6. Police identified the deceased as 60-year-old Joyce Dupoise, whose remains were taken to the Vermont Medical Examiner’s Office for autopsy.
  • Took a drunken student to Porter Hospital for detox services on May 7.
  • Responded to a report of a drunken student causing problems at the Porter Hospital Emergency Department on May 7.
  • Conducted parking enforcement in downtown Middlebury on May 7.
  • Received complaints about vehicles illegally parked along the side of Seminary Street Extension during the afternoon of May 7.
  • Received a report of a college party causing traffic issues in the vicinity of Quarry Road and Seminary Street Extension on May 7. Police said one of the partygoers tried to take the Happy Valley Orchard sign, which was ultimately found and returned.
  • Received a report a dog biting someone in the Water Street area own May 7.
  • Responded to a noise complaint on Court Street on May 7.
  • Cited Jason Berger, 22, of New York, N.Y., for driving under the influence, following a traffic stop one South Main Street on May 8. Police said they measured Berger’s blood-alcohol content at 0.104%; the legal limit for driving is 0.08.
  • Retrieved a bicycle that had been abandoned at the intersection of College and Weybridge streets on May 8.
  • Observed that someone had vandalized a mailbox on Halladay Road on May 8. Police said they tried to notify the homeowners, but they were away at the time.
  • Assisted a woman having a mental health episode at a Jackson Lane residence on May 8.
  • Quieted a loud party at a South Main Street home on May 8.
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