Middlebury Police Log: Man cited for DUI after a crash
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Scott Hill, 70, of Middlebury, for driving under the influence. The citation follows their investigation of a crash on Washington Street on July 10. Police allege they measured Hill’s blood-alcohol content at 0.269%, more than three times the legal limit.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Increased patrol around East Middlebury on July 11 after having been notified of individuals allegedly engaging in sexual acts in public. Police said the information was received from the Schoolhouse Hill Road area.
• Received a report of a red/maroon Subaru speeding on Foote Street on July 11. Police said they couldn’t find the car.
• On July 12, arrested Abby E. Bray, 53, who is houseless, for failure to appear on court.
• Were informed on July 12 that a laptop had been stolen from a Mill Street location.
• Investigated a report of someone harassing another person in the North Pleasant Street area on July 12.
• Offered to help a man who had been working through some mental health issues in downtown Middlebury on July 12.
• Checked on the welfare of a person found sleeping on public property off Main Street on July 12.
• On July 13, helped get a suicidal woman to Porter Hospital for treatment.
• Helped a driver get to Porter Hospital in the face of downed power lines that had been blocking South Street on July 13.
• Responded to a report of a tree blocking Springside Road on July 13.
• Conducted traffic control on July 13 around downed power lines in the Quarry Road and Rolling Acres areas.
• Responded to burglar alarms at multiple locations in town that had been triggered by outages caused by the persistent July 13 rainstorms.
• Notified Green Mountain Power about power lines and trees that had been blocking Halladay Road and South Street on July 13.
• Assisted a person having a mental health crisis in the North Pleasant Street area on July 13.
• Checked on the welfare of a Jayne Court resident on July 13. The woman was OK, police said.
• Were informed a vehicle had been vandalized while parked off Weybridge Street on July 13.
• Assisted Middlebury Regional Emergency Medical Services officials at a call off Pulp Mill Bridge Road on July 13.
• Responded to a report of a loud argument at a Valley View apartment on July 14.
• Assisted a Maecliff Court resident who had been targeted by an online scam on July 14.
• Provided traffic control on Seymour Street as MREMS officials helped a woman who had fallen from her bicycle on July 14.
• Helped find shelter for a homeless woman on July 14.
• Cited Ashleigh E. Hickey, 31, of Ripton, for driving with a criminally suspended license in the Mahady Court area on July 14.
• Cited Timothy G. Farr, 70, of Middlebury, for violating the conditions of his release on July 14.
• Responded along with Middlebury Technical Rescue Team to a report of a man trapped in a vehicle caught in floodwaters at the intersection of Route 7 and Three Mile Bridge Road on July 14.
• Responded to a request for assistance at a homeless encampment off Bakery Lane at around 11 p.m. on July 15.
• Assisted MREMS with an emergency call of Elm Street on July 15.
• Investigated an allegation of a woman assaulting a juvenile in the Court Street area on July 15.
• Assisted a person experiencing a mental health crisis in the North Pleasant Street area on July 17.
• Spoke with a man who had allegedly violated his court-ordered curfew by riding his bicycle in the North Pleasant Street area on July 16.
• Helped clear a disabled vehicle from the intersection of Cross and Court Streets on July 16.
• Assisted with an ongoing property dispute in the Foster Circle neighborhood on July 16.
• Were informed of the theft of a rocking chair from in front of Shaw’s Supermarket on July 16.
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