Middlebury Police Log: Man cited for aggravated domestic assault in E. Midd
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Asa Vessa, 24, of Middlebury for one count each of aggravated domestic assault and domestic assault, following an investigation at an East Main Street location after a 1:30 a.m. call on Aug. 11. Police took Vessa to the Middlebury Police Department and later released him with conditions and a citation to appear in Vermont Superior Court, criminal division, later in the day.
A little after noon that same day police cited Vessa for being in violation of a court order on East Main Street.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Cited Justin Miller, 32, of Middlebury for domestic assault and violation of his conditions of release, following an investigation in the Seminary Street Extension area on Aug. 8.
• Responded to the report of a child allegedly being struck by a woman while walking into an apartment on North Pleasant Street on Aug. 8.
• Assisted Middlebury firefighters on Upper Plains Road, where a tree had fallen across power lines on Aug. 8.
• Helped Middlebury Regional EMS (MREMS) with an unresponsive woman at the South Village Green housing complex on Aug. 8. Police said the woman was taken to Porter Hospital.
• Responded with MREMS and Middlebury firefighters to a Main Street residence on a report of an unresponsive male on Aug. 9. Police said the man was treated on scene and taken to Porter Hospital.
• Investigated a report of some houseless persons staying in a portico off South Pleasant Street on Aug. 9. Police checked the area and determined it was no longer being used.
• Followed up on a complaint of unwanted people in a business parking lot off Court Street at around 11:30 p.m. on Aug. 10.
• Were informed of the suspected theft of a vehicle from an Otterside Court address on Aug. 10. The case remains under investigation.
• Told a person to return a vehicle that had been taken, without permission, from a friend’s home on Aug. 10.
• Received a report on Aug. 11 from a driver who said his vehicle window had been shattered by an unknown object while he was traveling on Route 7 South on Aug. 12.
• Assisted a person who was having a medical issue off Washington Street on Aug. 11.
• Cited Charles J. Sabukewicz, 84, of Middlebury for domestic assault after an investigation into an alleged domestic dispute in the Elizabeth Court area on Aug. 11.
• Cited James W. Pattison, 34, of Middlebury for unlawful mischief following investigation of a vandalism complaint in the Valley View area on Aug. 11.
• Cited Tracey Theise, 43, of Brandon for allegedly leaving the scene of an accident following a crash on Court Street on Aug. 11.
• Helped a local intoxicated man get home safely on Aug. 12.
• Assisted an Ossie Road household with a “family issue” on Aug. 12.
• Served a no-trespass order on a local person as the request of the Colchester Police Department on Aug. 12.
• Helped Porter Hospital officials destroy what were suspected to be illegal drugs found on a patient who had been taken there on Aug. 12.
• Called Vermont Railway to fix a defective crossing signal at the intersection of Morse Road and South Street Extension on Aug. 13.
• Provided initial first aid on Aug. 13 to an injured person at the intersection of Merchants Row and South Pleasant Street until MREMS arrived at the scene.
• Received a report of a car-versus-deer accident on Munger Street on Aug. 13.
• Investigated a vehicle crash, with minor injuries, at the intersection of North Pleasant Street and Methodist Lane on Aug. 13.
• Received a report that the Maplefields store on North Pleasant Street had received a counterfeit $50 bill on Aug. 13.
• Located a homeless person sleeping in the vestibule of the National Bank of Middlebury’s Main Street location during the morning of Aug. 15.
• Assisted a Vermont State Police trooper with a drug recognition screening at Porter Medical Center on Aug. 14.
• Helped a person who was experiencing a mental health crisis on Main Street on Aug. 14.
Gas tanker fire on Route 7 cuts internet in county
No one injured when natural gas tanker explodes near Dakin Farm in Ferrisburgh.
Homepage Featured News
Local barber caps happy 65 years of plying his trade
Joe DeGray on May 24 reluctantly hung up his barber scissors and shears at the tender age … (read more)
Middlebury College sends off 610 graduates
Clear blue skies, vibrant green foliage and a sea of black caps on Sunday made for a pictu … (read more)