Bristol Police Log for Mar. 2

BRISTOL — Between Feb. 5 and Feb. 18, Bristol police completed 52 foot patrols and one car patrol, conducted 17 traffic stops and checked the security at Mount Abraham Union High School 12 times, at Bristol Elementary School 12 times and at local businesses 14 times. 

Police also processed 24 fingerprint requests, helped two residents gain access to their locked vehicles and completed one welfare check. 

In other recent activity, Bristol police: 

• On Feb. 5 attempted to locate a vehicle that was operating erratically in the village of Bristol, but the vehicle was gone when police arrived. 

• On Feb. 5 responded to the Main Street area for a motor vehicle complaint. Police found the vehicle parked, with no occupants. 

• On Feb. 5 removed an intoxicated person that was causing a disturbance on Pumphouse Road. 

• On Feb. 6 responded to a dispute on North Street and found that no action rose to the level of an offense. 

• On Feb. 7 assisted Mount Abe with a truancy concern. 

• On Feb. 7 responded to a minor two-vehicle crash on West Street. 

• On Feb. 7 issued a no trespass order to a person for a residence on North Street. 

• On Feb. 8 took a report of a vehicle that had been stolen from a driveway on Morgan Horse Lane. The vehicle was located the following day. 

• On Feb. 11 responded to a call regarding a potentially sick racoon in the Mountain Street area. 

• On Feb. 12 responded to the Bristol Beverage and Redemption parking lot for a report of an individual slumped over in their vehicle, but the vehicle was gone when police arrived. 

• On Feb. 12 assisted Mount Abe with a truancy concern. 

• On Feb. 12 served a notice against trespass to someone on South Street. 

• On Feb. 13 assisted Monkton Central School with a truancy concern. 

• On Feb. 13 took possession of a vape device containing THC on Airport Drive. The juvenile who had the vape device is to be served court paperwork, police said. 

• On Feb. 13 issued a parking ticket on Mountain Street. 

• On Feb. 13 received a report of a vehicle that was speeding on West Street. Police were unable to locate the vehicle. 

• On Feb. 15 assisted an agent from Homeland Security Investigations on Carlstrom Road. 

• On Feb. 16 located a dog at large. Police returned the dog to its owner on Pine Street, and gave them a warning. 

• On Feb. 17 helped someone with contact information for a civil issue on Lower Notch Road. 

• On Feb. 18 received a complaint of erratic driving on River Road. Police located the vehicle on Stoney Hill Road and discovered that the driver was learning to drive a manual transmission vehicle, which caused them to drive left of the center line.

• On Feb. 18 responded to a Taylor Avenue residence for a possible burglary and discovered no evidence of a burglary. 

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