Vergennes Police Log for Jan. 19

VERGENNES — In a mostly quiet six days between Jan. 10 and 15, Vergennes police issued three no-trespass orders; helped the Vergennes Area Rescue Squad (VARS) twice, once on behalf of Vermont State Police; and dealt with a couple of citizen complaints.

Police during those six days also conducted six patrols by cruiser, four traffic stops and a VIN inspection; fingerprinted three job applicants; responded to two accidental 911 calls; ticketed one car violating the city’s winter parking ban; and:

On Jan. 10:

• Responded along with VARS to a medical incident on Alden Place.

• Issued a no-trespass order to an individual who allegedly had stolen and eaten breakfast sandwiches from the Maplefields convenience store on Main Street.

• At the station heard a complaint from a North Green Street tenant about another tenant’s barking dog. Police suggested the tenant discuss the issue with the landlord and report back if the problem persisted.

• Advised a Main Street resident who claimed her cell phone had been hacked.

On Jan. 12:

• Responded along with VARS to a Waltham residence to a report of an attempted overdose. Police said VARS transported a person to a hospital.

• Issued no-trespass orders to two people on behalf of a Main Street business.

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