Middlebury Police Log: Man arrested after Seminary Street incident
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police arrested Justin T. Miller, 32, of Middlebury and cited him for four counts of violating his conditions of release and criminal threatening, following an alleged incident on Seminary Street Extension on July 9. Police said Miller was held for lack of bail.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
- Responded to a report of a vehicle doing “burn-outs” in a parking lot off Court Street Extension on July 4.
- Assisted Vermont State Police at Kampersville in Salisbury on a report of a 10-person fight on July 4.
- Responded to a reported domestic assault at an Elizabeth Court residence on July 4. Police said they’ve forwarded the case to the Addison County State’s Attorney’s Office for possible prosecution.
- Assisted an East Middlebury resident involved in a property dispute on July 4.
- Picked up trash that had been left illegally at Wright Park on July 4.
- Mediated an ongoing dispute between a former landlord and tenant during an eviction at a Route 7 home on July 4.
- Responded to a report of a vehicle that had smashed into a dumpster off Court Street on July 4. Police said the owner towed the car away.
- Responded to a noise complaint in the South Pleasant Street area on July 5.
- Helped a drunken man find a sober person to take him in for the evening on July 5.
- Assisted Porter Hospital staff with an out-of-control patient on July 5.
- Began an investigation on July 5 into the suspected theft of several kitchen appliances and other items from Middlebury College’s Hadley Hall. Anyone with information on this case is asked to call Officer Kevin Emilio at 802-388-3191.
- Responded to a reported domestic dispute at a Munson Road home on July 5.
- Were informed of the theft of a license plate from a vehicle parked in the Court Street area on July 5.
- Assisted state police in investigating a domestic disturbance in the Looney Lane area near Lake Dunmore in Salisbury on July 5.
- Issued court diversion paperwork to a minor who had been consuming alcohol off Creek Road on July 5.
- Checked on the welfare of a person who had fallen asleep on the town green during the evening of July 6.
- Received complaints about the sounds of fireworks and/or gunshots in the East Main Street area on July 6.
- Were informed on July 6 of the recent theft of both license plates from a vehicle while it was parked in the South Pleasant Street area.
- Conducted speed enforcement on Ossie Road on July 6 at the request of local residents.
- Disposed of a used syringe that had been found in the Court Street area on July 6.
- Cited Josh Burmania, 27, of Middlebury for simple assault, following an alleged incident in the Valley View Drive area on July 7.
- Helped an Evergreen Lane resident who was locked out of their home on July 7.
- Assisted a local person with memory loss illness find their way back home on July 7.
- Received reports about speeding vehicles on Seminary Street Extension on July 7.
- Responded to a report of a barking dog at a North Pleasant Street apartment on July 8.
- Attempted to stop an illegal dirt bike being driven by a person on Seymour Street on July 8. Police said the driver accelerated and began passing other vehicles on the road. Police didn’t pursue the bike, which was last seen heading onto Morgan Horse Farm Road.
- Got help for a person who had harmed themselves with a knife in the Creek Road area on July 8. Police said they convinced the person to drop the knife and ensured the person received care at Porter Hospital.
- Cited Abby Bray, 52, of Bare City for simple assault, following an incident at the Tri Valley Transit bus stop on Academy Street on July 8.
- Received a report about a man refusing to leave a South Village Green residence on July 8. Police said the man left while they were on their way.
- Cited Luis Balcazar Mendez, 28, of Middlebury for driving under the influence, following a stop at the intersection of Court Street and Mary Hogan Drive on July 8. Police said Mendez refused to submit to a breath test.
- Were informed of the theft of a jacket from a Main Street location on July 8.
- Checked on a report about a dog that had been left in a vehicle on Mill Street on July 9.
- Received a report on July 9 that a person had tried to buy alcohol at a Court Street store using a fake ID.
- Assisted Vermont State Police in a search for a man in Orwell on July 10.
- Investigated a report about a vehicle that had allegedly been stolen in the Court Street area on July 10. Police soon established that the caller had simply forgotten where they had parked the vehicle, which was located in a parking lot.
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