Vergennes Police Log for Oct. 20

VERGENNES — In a quiet seven-day span for the Vergennes Police Department, officers between Oct. 10 and 16 dealt with a couple disputes and three minor car accidents and ruled a resident’s untimely death was due to natural causes.

In that week, city police also conducted four patrols by foot and two by cruiser, a traffic stop and two VIN inspections; fingerprinted a job applicant; and also:

On Oct. 10 dealt with a fender-bender in the Shaw’s Supermarket parking lot.

On Oct. 11 handled a minor two-car accident on Main Street.

On Oct. 12:

• Served a subpoena to a South Water Street resident on behalf of the state’s attorney’s office.

• Issued a no-trespass order to a man that Champlain Farms employees said had driven inappropriately in the store parking lot.

• Handled a minor two-car accident at the intersection of Main and South Water streets.

On Oct 13:

• Calmed arguing family members on High Street.

• Heard from a Macdonough Drive resident that a neighbor had yelled at her during a dispute.

On Oct. 14 determined the death of a Maple Manor resident was due to natural causes.

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