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Vergennes Police Log for Feb. 2

VERGENNES — Between Jan. 23 and 29 Vergennes police conducted 19 traffic stops. City police have said they ticket drivers in about half of such stops, and they issue warnings in the other half ending. 

In other action during those seven days, Vergennes police conducted six patrols, five by cruiser and one on foot; responded to one accidental 911 call dialed by a child; and also:

On Jan. 23 issued a no-trespass order to an unwanted Maplefields convenience store customer.

On Jan. 25 spoke to the owner of a car in Falls Park after the park’s nighttime curfew. Police determined there was no problem because he was locked out of the vehicle and was waiting for a family member with a second key.

On Jan. 26:

• Investigated what appeared to be the theft of a package from a Commodore Drive porch. Police learned a delivery subcontractor had put the package on the wrong porch and had returned to pick it up and take it to the correct address. 

• Went to Waltham on behalf of Vermont State Police to counsel a troubled person.

• Checked the welfare of an East Street resident on behalf of a family member and determined the individual was OK.

• Spoke to a troubled Main Street resident and determined she was OK.

On Jan. 27 conducted a local criminal records check on behalf of the U.S. Army.

On Jan. 29 spoke to a person reported to be sitting for three hours in an SUV parked on School Street and determined he was making a lengthy personal phone call. 

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