Middlebury Police Log for Dec. 1
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police received a report on Nov. 23 about a vehicle missing from its Route 7 North location. Police determined the vehicle had been repossessed by the bank.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Served a temporary restraining order on a person in the Court Street area on Nov. 21.
• Checked on a report of suspicious activity on Court Street on Nov. 22.
• Responded to a car-versus-deer accident on Route 7 South on Nov. 22. Police said Middlebury firefighters also responded to the scene. Police reported no injuries to the people in the car and gave no information on the deer.
• Responded to a report of a loose cow on East Main Street, near Grist Mill Road, on Nov. 22.
• Assisted a homeless man in finding shelter during the evening of Nov. 22.
• Mediated a landlord/tenant dispute in the Water Street area on Nov. 22.
• Investigated the report of a bull on the loose in the East Main Street area on Nov. 22.
• Responded to a landlord/tenant dispute in the Court Street area on Nov. 22.
• Investigated a report of a loose bull on Three Mile Bridge Road during the early evening of Nov. 23.
• Cited Amanda Rogers-Wilson, 27, of Middlebury for driving with a criminally suspended license, following a traffic stop on Court Street on Nov. 23.
• Were informed of the theft of fall decorations from an Exchange Street business on Nov. 23.
• Responded to a report of a suspicious looking man starring into a window of a Main Street business for 10-20 minutes during the afternoon of Nov. 23. Officers were unable to locate anyone fitting the man’s description in the downtown area.
• Conducted winter parking enforcement in the downtown area on Nov. 23. Cars are not allowed to park overnight in some locations during the winter.
• Assisted a caller on Nov. 24 who had been approached by a scammer.
• Assisted with a child custody dispute at a South Village Green home on Nov. 24.
• Were informed a mailbox off Route 7 South had been knocked down on Nov. 24.
• Assisted with separate child custody disputes at homes off Case Street and at South Village Green on Nov. 25.
• Cited Colten Birkheimer, 28, of Burlington for driving with a criminally suspended driver’s license on Court Street on Nov. 26.
• Were informed of the theft of an unspecified amount of money from a vehicle parked off Washington Street on Nov. 26.
• Investigated a report of vandalism to the Halpin Bridge — a 170-year-old covered bridge — on Nov. 26.
• Tried to find someone in the North Pleasant Street area on behalf of the Bristol Police Department on Nov. 26.
• Received a report on Nov. 27 that someone had broken into a Valley View Road apartment, though nothing appears to have been stolen, according to police.
• Assisted with a report of an out-of-control juvenile in the Court Street area on Nov. 27.
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