Vergennes Police Log for Jul. 13
VERGENNES — Vergennes police are investigating a couple of alleged thefts from Kinney Drug Store, in both cases reviewing video in hopes of identifying suspects.
On July 4 police took a report that three days earlier a man had taken an alcoholic beverage into the store’s men’s room and drank it there.
On July 5 police reviewed video of a woman allegedly stealing perfume from Kinney Drugs. As of earlier this week both cases remained under investigation.
Between July 3 and 9 police also conducted six traffic stops and 11 motorized patrols and one on foot, fingerprinted a job applicant, responded to one false alarm, and:
On July 3 issued court diversion paperwork to a male juvenile who attempted to buy vaping products at a Main Street business.
On July 4:
• Twice dealt with a woman they described as troubled. First, at about 5 a.m. they responded to a complaint she was screaming on a Main Street sidewalk and carrying a knife, but not in a threatening manner. Police said they took her to the train station in Ferrisburgh. Soon afterward they were told she was refusing to leave a North Main Street business, and they picked her up and returned her to the train station.
• Spoke at the police station with a woman who reported she had revealed personal information online the day before to a stranger. Police said they told her in the future that was not an advisable practice.
On July 5:
• Delivered a city health order to a Main Street resident.
• Helped a woman whose vehicle struck a deer on Route 22A near the Panton-Addison town line.
On July 6:
• Worked with Vergennes Union High School officials on a truancy case.
• Looked for a young teen who had, in the eye of one observer, appeared troubled while walking on a West Main Street sidewalk. Police did not find her.
On July 7:
• Participated in the escort along Route 7 for a Rutland police officer who had perished in the line of duty. City police performed similar duties twice the next day.
• Issued a no-trespass order to a Valley Vista employee on behalf of facility management after co-workers alleged she was acting strangely.
On July 8:
• Helped escort a bike race, duty performed at the junction of Routes 7 and 22A.
• Conducted a background check on behalf of the Vermont Army National Guard.
• Took a report for informational purposes from a Walker Avenue resident that a neighbor was “acting differently” and might need help.
• Told a New Haven Road resident they could not help her deal with a skunk living on her property.
On July 9:
• Took a rambling and lengthy call from a woman they said suffered from mental health issues regarding incidents that had allegedly happened in the past, and mostly not in Vergennes.
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