Middlebury Police Log: Man arrested on active warrant
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Timothy Farr, 69, of Middlebury for unlawful trespass and for violating court-mandated conditions for his release, following an investigation in the Court Street area on June 9.
Police report that they arrested Farr again on June 10 on an active warrant in the Route 7 South area. Police said Farr was taken to the Marble Valley Correctional Facility in Rutland by Addison County Sheriff’s Department deputies after Middlebury police processed him.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Assisted Porter Hospital staff with a man who was having a mental health episode on June 5 at 1:43 a.m.
• Investigated a single-vehicle crash off Route 7 South on June 5 at around 6:30 a.m. Police said the driver had veered off the road, striking a fire hydrant and tumbling the vehicle in the process. Police said the driver was taken to Porter Hospital for treatment of injuries, while Middlebury firefighters contained fluid leaks from the damaged vehicle.
• Responded to the Porter Hospital Emergency Department on June 5 on a report of an “aggressive person” inside the lobby, allegedly threatening staff.
• Assisted a local resident on June 5 who believed they’d been the intended target of a financial scam through social media.
• Helped officials at Pete’s Tire Barns communicate with a person who had not paid for merchandise on June 5.
• Responded to the report of a fight in progress behind Hannaford’s Supermarket on June 5 at a little before 9 p.m. Police said the parties had separated and left prior to their arrival.
• Received tips regarding alleged drug activity in the Route 7 South area on June 5.
• Checked on the welfare of a diabetic man living in a tent off Route 7 South on June 6.
• Contacted the Vermont Agency of Transportation to remove a tree from the intersection of Case Street and Cady Road on June 6.
• Assisted with a child custody issue at the South Village Green housing complex on June 6.
• Calmed an argument between two men in a Court Street parking lot on June 6.
• Assisted with “juvenile issues” at Mary Hogan Elementary and Middlebury Union High School (MUHS) on June 6.
• Checked on the welfare of a Valley View resident on June 6.
• On June 6, continued an investigation into allegations of illegal drugs being mailed to a local address.
• Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS (MREMS) with a report of a suicidal woman at an Elm Street location on June 7.
• Escorted the MUHS softball team bus for a playoff game on June 7. The team won and earned the chance to play in the championship game.
• Served a temporary restraining order on a person at Porter Medical Center on June 7.
• Responded to the report of a drunken woman causing a disturbance at a School House Hill Road home on June 8. Police said they restored the peace.
• Responded to the East Main Street area on June 8 on a report of some people arguing over personal belongings. Police separated the parties and told them to settle their dispute in court.
• Responded to a report of graffiti that had been discovered under the Cross Street Bridge on June 8.
• Received a truancy report from MUHS on June 8.
• Helped a downtown bar with a drunken patron who had become unruly on June 9.
• Assisted MREMS on an emergency call to the Residence at Otter Creek retirement community on June 9.
• Investigated a report of a drunken man at a Court Street business on June 10.
• Conducted extra traffic patrols on Case Street on June 10 following reports of people driving erratically.
• Responded to a report of a woman acting oddly on Main Street on June 10.
• Investigated a report of an “agitated” man in a white van on Merchants Row on June 10.
• Investigated a report of the occupants of a truck allegedly throwing firecrackers at people while traveling along Court Street Extension during the afternoon of June 10. Police located the vehicle but found no fireworks in the occupants’ possession.
• Conducted a welfare check at a Jackson Lane home on June 11.
• Responded to a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Monroe and Court streets on June 11. Police said there were no injuries.
• Responded, with MREMS, to a report of an unconscious man behind the Ilsley Library on June 11.
• Responded to a domestic disturbance at a John Graham Court home on June 11.
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