Middlebury Police Log: Police help out at MUMS

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police responded to a disorderly conduct complaint at Middlebury Union Middle School on May 24. Police were called to the school on a report of an out-of-control student.

Police said the student was being picked up by a parent when they arrived. That parent was subsequently served a no-trespass order by police for bad behavior, at the request of MUMS officials.

In other action last week, Middlebury police:

  • Found two baby squirrels off South Street Extension on May 23. Police called a state-certified wildlife official to take custody of the animals.
  • Assisted a person who had fallen on Short Shannon Street on May 23.
  • Determined that a medical event had prompted a driver to crash off Route 7 South, just outside of the village, on May 23.
  • On May 23 recovered a vehicle on Washington Street that had been stolen from the Burlington area.
  • Checked on the welfare of a woman who had been found sleeping at the bus stop off Academy Street on May 23.
  • Received a report about an unwanted person in an Ossie Road resident’s garage on May 24. Police said the interloper left after the homeowner yelled at him.
  • Warned a motorcyclist who had been doing “burnouts” on Creek Road area on May 24.
  • Arrested Canerib J. Gelezinsky, 30, on an outstanding warrant on May 24.
  • Received a report that spent ammo casings had been found in a student’s bag at MUMS on May 24. Police determined the casings had accidentally been brought into school by another student and then ended up in the wrong bag.
  • Assisted Cross Street apartment tenants in removing unwanted guests following a noise complaint on May 24.
  • Responded to a report of an unwanted person at the Charter House Emergency Shelter on May 25.
  • Served a court order on a person in the Court Street area on May 25.
  • Responded to a report of a loud party in the downtown area on May 25.
  • Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS with a potentially suicidal person in the North Pleasant Street area on May 26.
  • Responded to a report of a fallen tree on Quarry Road on May 26.
  • Cited Ryley D. McClure, 21, of Bomoseen for driving under the influence, following a traffic stop on South Main Street on May 26.
  • Spoke to the guardian of a truant MUMS student on May 26.
  • Received a report about a woman screaming in the South Village Green housing development on May 26.
  • Cited Ben Taylor, 41, of Middlebury for failure to appear in court on Many 26.
  • Responded to a dispute between two Cross Street neighbors regarding noise on May 27.
  • Received a report about a suspected fraud case involving an elderly victim on May 27. Police said the case remains under investigation.
  • Responded to a report of speeding vehicles in the Ossie Road area on May 27.
  • Investigated a report about dirt bikers speeding in the Washington Street area on May 27.
  • Assisted MREMS with a suspected overdose patient on May 27.
  • Served a no-trespass order on a person on behalf of a Court Street business on May 27.
  • Conducted a welfare check on a Jayne Court resident on May 27. Police said MREMS was subsequently called to help the person.
  • Investigated a report of two young children having been left unattended in a vehicle parked off Court Street on May 27. Police said the parent had gone inside a store to buy the children drinks.
  • Responded to a report of a man shouting behind the Ilsley Public Library on Main Street on May 27. Police said the man had been singing the lyrics to a song.
  • Responded to a 911 call at a Washington Street apartment on May 27. Police said they found an unconscious woman inside the home, and MREMS responded to take the woman to Porter Hospital.
  • Broke up a fight between two people in front of Two Brothers Tavern on Main Street on May 28.
  • Helped a motorist who had run out of gas at the intersection of Seymour Street and Otterside Court on May 28.
  • Launched an investigation in the Exchange Street area on May 28 following a reported assault in which a firearm had allegedly been used. Police provided no additional details on this incident.
  • Received a late report on May 28 about a suspected burglary in the Seminary Street area. Police said the case remains under investigation.
  • Assisted a person who had lost their keys down a storm drain off Washington Street on May 28. A police officer was able to snag the keys.
  • Investigated an altercation between two people centering on a cellphone in the Buttolph Drive area on May 29.
  • Found an injured animal in the North Pleasant Street area on May 29.
  • Were informed of the theft of a cellphone from the Court Square area on May 29.
  • Received a report on May 29 about the recent theft of a bicycle from Middlebury College campus.
  • Responded to a report of a family fight in the Jackson Lane neighborhood on May 29.
  • Assisted MREMS with a man who had fallen down in the Jane Court neighborhood on May 29.
  • Received a complaint about fireworks being shot off in the Cross Street area on May 29.
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