Middlebury Police Log: Middlebury man cited for violating conditions
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police arrested Stephan Belanger, 28, of Middlebury on six counts of violating his conditions of release, in the Court Street area on July 18.
Police said Belanger was also found the subject of an active arrest warrant. Police released Belanger from custody after he posted $200 bail.
In other recent action, Middlebury police:
- Were informed of the possible violation of a restraining order involving a local resident on July 11.
- Received a report on July 11 of ongoing illegal dumping on Helping Overcome Poverty’s Effects property off Boardman Street.
- Checked on a man found sleeping on the town green, in violation of town ordinances, on July 12. Police explained the town park curfew to him.
- Responded to a verbal dispute between a couple in the Elizabeth Court neighborhood on July 12.
- Checked on the welfare of a man who was sleeping off Cross Street near the bridge at 11 a.m. on July 12. Police said a friend was keeping an eye on him.
- Helped Vermont State Police find a person of interest in the Academy Street area on July 12.
- Investigated a July 13 report of a woman flagging down cars on Academy Street and then trying to get into the vehicles without permission. The woman had left the area when police arrived.
- Responded to noise complaints in the Valley View Drive and East Main Street areas on July 13.
- Responded to a report of a youth allegedly bullying another youth in the Seymour Street area on July 13.
- Assisted a person whose motorcycle had reportedly been stolen from the Jayne Court area on July 13.
- Helped Fish and Wildlife put down an injured deer on Route 7 in Salisbury on July 13.
- Interviewed a local resident who reported an encounter with a bobcat in the Forrest Road area on July 14.
- Received a report that someone had dumped trash at the side of Halpin Road on July 14.
- Responded to a report of someone allegedly experiencing a mental health issue on Academy Street on July 14.
- Received a report that someone had broken a window on a Route 7 South building on July 14.
- Responded to a report of someone acting erratically in a Route 7 South store on July 14.
- Responded, with Middlebury Regional EMS, to a report of an overdose case at Sugarwood Court on July 14. Police said MREMS took the person to Porter Hospital.
- Arrested Larry L. Lanpher Jr., 31, of Leicester on an outstanding warrant at the Sugarwood Court complex on July 14.
- Investigated a possible assault near Porter Field Road on the Middlebury College campus on July 15.
- Fielded a stolen vehicle complaint at Otterside Court on July 15.
- Investigated a reported disturbance near the intersection of South Main and Academy streets on July 15.
- Checked on a report of a child allegedly left unattended in a vehicle parked off Washington Street on July 15.
- Responded to the Boardman Street area on July 15 to a report of a person believed to be experiencing a mental health crisis.
- Helped Porter Hospital officials with a person experiencing a mental health crisis on July 16.
- Responded to a reported car-versus-deer collision at the intersection of Route 7 and Halladay Road on July 16.
- Assisted a local person whose computer was allegedly hacked on July 16.
- Found an unwanted person on the town green at around 4:15 a.m. on July 16.
- Responded to a reported dispute between East Main Street neighbors on July 17.
- Assisted an employee of a Court Street business who was allegedly being harassed by a customer on July 17.
- Received a report about homeless individuals allegedly congregating underneath the Cross Street Bridge on July 17.
- Fielded a complaint about an alleged “homeless camp” behind a Main Street business on July 17.
- Assisted a local resident who was receiving unwanted phone calls on July 17.
- Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS with a drunken man in the Elizabeth Court area on July 18.
- Checked on the welfare of a man who had allegedly voiced a desire to harm himself on July 18.
- Warned the owner of a dog that had been left in an unoccupied vehicle in the Otterside Court parking lot on July 18.
- Located a driver on July 18 who had allegedly backed his truck into another truck parked off Boardman Street and then left the scene. Police said the case is under investigation.
- Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS on a medical call in the Jackson Lane area on July 18.
- Got help for a drunken man who had passed out in the South Village Green area on July 18.
- Checked on the welfare of an elderly resident at the request of a Residences at Otter Creek worker on July 19.
- Received a report that someone had stolen a pop-up camper trailer from a Lower Foote Street residence on July 19.
- Were informed on July 19 that a juvenile had allegedly stolen some game cards from a Main Street business.
- Began an investigation into an alleged retail theft from a Court Street business on July 19.
- Assisted the Charter House Emergency Shelter with a guest who had a head injury, was drunk and was also suicidal on July 19.
- Were informed on July 19 of the theft of storage containers from the Helping Overcome Poverty’s Effects loading dock off Boardman Street.
- Received a report that a vehicle had been vandalized while parked off Overbrook Drive on July 19.
- Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS with an unresponsive woman in the downtown area on July 20.
- Connected a person on Court Street to medical and mental health services at Porter Hospital on July 20.
- Checked on the welfare of a man who had been struggling during a walk in the hot weather in the Brookside Drive area on July 20. Police said the man said he was OK and declined medical attention.
- Responded to a report of disorderly behavior in the downtown area on July 21.
- Responded to a report of a person urinating in public in the North Pleasant Street area on July 21.
- Served a no-trespass order on a person no longer wanted at a North Pleasant Street address on July 21.
- Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS with a person who appeared to be ill in the Court Street area on July 21.
- Helped a resident remove a bat from inside her Court Street apartment on July 22.
- Assisted a person whose car had been struck while parked at Porter Medical Center on July 22.
- Spotted a large black bear near Mead Lane on July 22. Police warned area residents of the presence of the bear.
- Assisted a person on July 23 whose vehicle had broken down on Case Street until a tow truck arrived.
- Returned a found wallet to its owner on July 23.
- Assisted Porter Hospital on July 23 with a patient who was drunk and acting out.
- Responded to a report of a loud party and fireworks in the Colonial Drive neighborhood on July 23.
- Investigated a domestic dispute at an Elizabeth Court residence on July 24.
- Located a drunken man who had been creating a traffic hazard on Route 7 North on July 24. Police gave the man a ride to a family member’s home.
- Investigated a domestic dispute at a Seymour Street residence on July 24.
- Assisted a local person who reported facing online harassment on July 24.
- Responded to a report of a missing flower pot and tipped-over porta potty off Mill Street on July 24.
- Received a report about a person pulling up flowers at the intersection of Main Street and Merchants Row on July 24.
- Assisted a person experiencing a mental health crisis in the Cedar Court area on July 24.
- Investigated a report of a man attempting to break into a Court Street residence on July 24. Police said the man fled when confronted by the resident. Officers searched the area but couldn’t locate the man.
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