Crime

Middlebury Police Log for Sept. 22

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police on Sept. 15 investigated a rumor that a student planned to bring a gun to Middlebury Union Middle School (MUMS). 

Police determined the threat wasn’t viable, but the school and the Counseling Service of Addison County pledged to follow up with the student’s family about “safety plans and consequences.”

In other action last week, Middlebury police:

• Assisted Vermont State Police with a domestic disturbance on Cave Road on Sept. 12.

• Responded to a noise complaint in the East Munger Street neighborhood on Sept. 12.

• Responded to a report of a man with an open container of alcohol going in and out of traffic in Court Square on Sept. 12.

 Police said they took the man to the Charter House Emergency Shelter.

• Responded to a report of an unwanted man at a Court Street Extension business on Sept. 12.

• Responded to a report of possible domestic dispute near the downtown area on Sept. 13.

• Responded to a report of bicyclist hit by a truck on Court Street on Sept. 13. Police said all parties had left prior to their arrival.

• Assisted with a neighbor dispute in the Cedar Court area on Sept. 13.

• Cited Righely J. Jones, 21, of Barre for violations of conditions of release on Sept. 14.

• Investigated the alleged theft of e-cigarettes from a Court Street business on Sept. 14.

• Spoke with a local woman on Sept. 14 who alleged she was being harassed at her place of work.

• Were informed of the theft of coins from a vehicle parked on Academy Street on Sept. 14.

• Arrested Henry Romp, 31, of Middlebury on an active warrant in the North Pleasant Street area on Sept. 14.

• Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS on a report of a man reportedly found to be unresponsive on Lacrosse Dive on Sept. 14. But police and MREMS determined the man had simply been sleeping and wasn’t in need of aid.

• Received a complaint on Sept. 14 about repeated cases of illegal dumping into a Court Street business’s trash receptacle.

• Collected evidence of a possible crime from the Porter Hospital Emergency Room on Sept. 14.

• Responded to a noise complaint in the North Pleasant Street area on Sept. 15.

• Responded to a dispute between Court Street neighbors on Sept. 15.

• Served a temporary restraining order on Sept. 15 on a person in the Case Street area.

• Helped MUMS officials with an out-of-control student on Sept. 15.

• Served a temporary restraining order on a person in the Cross Street area on Sept. 15.

• Helped a woman who was experiencing a mental health crisis on Academy Street on Sept. 15. Police said she was taken to Porter Hospital for treatment.

• Responded to a report of a loud college party at a Cross Street residence on Sept. 16.

• Helped a person who was experiencing a mental health crisis on Route 7 South on Sept. 16. Police said the person was taken to Porter Hospital for evaluation.

• Responded on Sept. 16 to a Route 7 North property on a report of a bear in a chicken coop. Police said the bear had left upon their arrival, but not before devouring several chickens. Police contacted Vermont Fish & Wildlife officials.

• Responded to a complaint about a loose dog in the Case Street neighborhood on Sept. 16.

• Received reports on Sept. 16 of on-going vandalism and littering at Wright Park during the nighttime hours.

• Assisted a woman who was experiencing a mental health crisis in the Main Street area on Sept. 17.

• Assisted MREMS on a report of a man who had allegedly overdosed while at the Charter House Emergency Shelter on North Pleasant Street on Sept. 17.

• Helped in the investigation of an alleged domestic violence case involving someone on Porter Hospital campus on Sept. 17.

• Took a drunken person to receive detox services in Rutland on Sept. 18.

• Received a report of a vehicle struck by another vehicle while it was parked off Court Street on Sept. 18.

• Cited Amanda Rogers-Wilson, 27, of Middlebury for driving while intoxicated on Court Street on Sept. 18.

• Received a call from a person complaining of alleged drug activity in the Weybridge Street neighborhood on Sept. 18.

• Helped a woman who was experiencing a mental health crisis on Main Street on Sept. 19.

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