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Middlebury Police Log: Police called to help at Court St. business

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police on July 17 intervened in an assault on a customer at the Champlain Farms store on Court Street and then arranged for a mental health evaluation for the suspect in the case.

In other action last week, Middlebury police:

• Were informed that a chair was stolen from outside Shaw’s Supermarket on July 17.

• Assisted Middlebury Regional Emergency Medical Services (MREMS) with a patient who had been experiencing a mental health crisis in the Court Street area on July 17.

• Investigated a report of an alleged assault in the Route 7 South area on July 17.

• Took to the Charter House Emergency Shelter a man who needed food and the use of a phone on July 17.

• Noticed a vehicle parked behind the McDonald’s Restaurant for several hours with its lights on during the early hours of July 17. Police determined the people in the vehicle were sleeping.

• Assisted a person who was experiencing a mental health crisis in the North Pleasant Street area on July 17.

• Investigated an alleged hit-and-run incident involving two vehicles at the intersection of Charles Avenue and Court Street on July 18.

• Investigated a trespassing complaint at a Route 7 South business on July 19.

• Assisted a South Village Green resident with a fraud-related complaint on July 19.

• Went to Boardman Street on July 19 to deal with a report of a truck and its trailer that had struck communication wires.

• Followed up on July 20 on a report about an elderly woman who had been sleeping on a bench off Boardman Street.

• Responded to a report of a mental health patient acting in a disorderly manner at Porter Hospital on July 20. Also on that date, police helped return to Porter a patient who was being held for a psychological evaluation.

• Received a request on July 20 for help from the Vermont Sex Offender Registry in finding a man in the Middlebury area.

• Received a July 20 report about a tractor-trailer truck that was allegedly being driven erratically on Route 7 South.

• Assisted MREMS on a medical call in the Dow Farm Lane area on July 20.

• Reunited a man with his lost wallet on July 21.

• Checked on a report of downed wires in the Bakery Lane area on July 21.

• Helped a Court Street resident who had gotten locked out of their home on July 21.

• Helped a woman who had been experiencing a mental health crisis in the Case Street area on July 21.

• Served a temporary restraining order on a man in the Seminary Street area on July 21.

• Helped an Old College Farm Road resident free a dog who had become stuck in a fence, injuring itself in the process, on July 21.

• Received information on July 21 about a possible embezzlement case at an Ossie Road business

• On July 21, helped a Munger Street resident whose vehicle had not been returned promptly by the person who had borrowed it.

• Received a report on July 21 about a pedestrian being hit by a plastic water bottle thrown from a moving vehicle on Main Street on July 21.

• Responded to a noise complaint at 38 Washington St. on July 22.

• Helped a drunken man who had been struggling in the Court Square area on July 22.

• Helped defuse a property- related dispute in the Valley View area on July 23.

• Investigated a noise complaint in the South Pleasant Street area on July 23.

• Responded to a report of a woman asking for assistance outside the Courtyard by Marriott Hotel off Court Street Extension on July 23.

• Assisted a person who was experiencing a mental health crisis in the Buttolph Drive area on July 23.

• Investigated a possible attempted burglary at the Hillcrest Environmental Center on Middlebury College campus on July 24.

• Responded to a vandalism complaint on Main Street on July 24.

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