Crime

Bristol Police Log: Police seek info on wallet, road signs

BRISTOL — Bristol police are asking for information about a couple of incidents that occurred earlier this month.

On May 5 police responded to a report that a wallet had been stolen from a vehicle on West Street, next to the Bristol Town Park, between 10:40 a.m. and noon that day. Anyone who may have information is asked to contact Bristol police at 802-453-2533 and cite incident 22BR001292.

On May 8 police discovered that someone (or people) had turned the road signs along North Street. Please contact police with any information, and cite incident 22BR001325.

Between April 25 and May 15 Bristol police completed 83 foot patrols and six car patrols, conducted 16 traffic stops, and checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School 20 times, at Bristol Elementary School 19 times, and at local businesses 17 times.

Police also processed 32 fingerprint requests, helped one resident get into a locked vehicle, responded to two 911 calls that turned out to be misdials, and facilitated the return of three loose dogs and one wallet.

In other recent activity, Bristol police:

  • On April 25 investigated a suspicious vehicle on Drake Woods Road and determined it was not a criminal matter.
  • On April 26 responded to an animal complaint on Birch Ledge and documented it for a future hearing.
  • On April 26 investigated a suspicious vehicle on Pine Street and determined it was not a criminal matter.
  • On April 26 issued parking warnings on North Street and Plank Road.
  • On April 27 began investigating a report of an unauthorized bank transaction on Main Street.
  • On April 29 responded to a report of a disorderly person on West Street, but the person left before police arrived. No action rose to the level of an offense.
  • On April 29 responded to School Street for a theft complaint and determined items may have been taken accidentally, and the person responsible will make arrangements to return them.
  • On April 29 responded to School Street for suspicious activity but did not observe any criminal activity, and the person in question left the area without incident.
  • On April 30 someone reported seeing messages about them on Facebook. Police determined the messages as reported did not rise to the level of an offense.
  • On April 30 responded to a report that someone in the Blaises Mobile Home Park may have had their mail opened, but nothing appeared to be missing.
  • On May 1 responded to a complaint about littering in Eagle Park, but cleanup was underway when police arrived.
  • On May 2 completed online National Crime Information Center training.
  • On May 2 responded to a report of someone operating a motorcycle without a helmet on Mountain Street, but the person was gone when police arrived.
  • On May 2 helped a School Street business remove an unwanted person.
  • On May 2 served a notice against trespass to someone on West Street.
  • On May 3 responded to a dispute on Munsill Avenue and determined no action rose to the level of an offense.
  • On May 4 received a report of damaged to a vehicle parked on Prince Lane.
  • On May 4 issued two notices against trespass on behalf of Main Street businesses.
  • On May 4 offered to help someone on Taylor Avenue recover property, but the person declined the help.
  • On May 5 helped a Main Street business figure out what to do with personal property left behind by a customer.
  • On May 6 received a complaint about threatening on Morgan Horse Lane and determined no action rose to the level of an offense.
  • On May 7 spoke to the owner of a trailer parked on the sidewalk on Mountain Street and learned the trailer was being moved to another location.
  • On May 8 issued a criminal citation to Tabatha Coe, 50, of Bristol to appear in Addison County Criminal Court on July 11 to answer to the charge of driving with a criminally suspended license.
  • On May 8 investigated a report of a person operating an ATV in the Elm Street area, but the person was gone before police arrived.
  • On May 9 mediated a dispute between neighbors on Taylor Avenue.
  • On May 11 tried to serve court paperwork to someone on Main Street, determined that person was no longer in the area, and notified the court.
  • On May 12 responded to a report of two people yelling on South Street and encountered a loud verbal discussion but determined no action rose to the level of an offense.
  • On May 12 mediated a disagreement between two tenants on Taylor Avenue and offered services to someone to help resolve their issues and concerns.
  • On May 13 helped someone find a temporary place to stay.
  • On May 13 looked into a report of people yelling on Lawrence Lane and determined no action rose to the level of an offense.
  • On May 14 received money that had been found on Pleasant Street. The owner can contact Bristol police at 802-453-2533 and cite incident 22BR001402 to recover it.
  • On May 14 monitored traffic during the Human Powered Parade.
  • On May 14 issued parking warnings on Lincoln Road as people were stopped to avail themselves of Bartlett Falls on a hot day.
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