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Middlebury Police Log: EMS unable to revive a local man

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police and Middlebury Regional EMS officials worked diligently, but ultimately unsuccessfully, to revive an unresponsive man at a Woodbridge Lane residence on Aug. 10. Police and MREMS responded to the residence at around 10:30 p.m. that Thursday. Upon arrival, officers said they found that Charles A. Bucchioni, 36, of Burlington had no pulse and wasn’t breathing.

Officers initiated CPR and continued to work with MREMS until they were able to take Bucchioni to Porter Hospital. But shortly after his arrival at Porter, Bucchioni was declared deceased. An investigation into Bucchioni’s death is ongoing, though police said there’s no indication of foul play.

In other action last week, Middlebury police:

• Received a report about speeding vehicles on Munger Street on Aug. 7.

• Were informed that someone had vandalized flowerpots in the College Street area on Aug. 7.

• Received a report about a man allegedly smoking marijuana at the Academy Street bus stop on Aug. 7.

• Checked on the welfare of a person found sleeping in the Academy Street bus shelter at around 11:15 p.m. on Aug. 8.

• Helped defuse a property-related dispute at a Court Street apartment on Aug. 8.

• Investigated a report of a person creating a traffic hazard on Court Street on Aug. 9. Police said the person had left upon their arrival.

• Responded to the Marble Works complex on Aug. 9 after a report of a tractor trailer truck driver needing help. Police said the truck was gone upon their arrival.

• Assisted a Court Street business owner who had been having trouble with a former employee on Aug. 9.

• Responded to a noise complaint on Colonial Drive on Aug. 9.

• Checked the welfare of a South Munger Street resident on Aug. 10. Police said the person was OK.

• Responded to Court Square on Aug. 10 to assist MREMS with an injured cyclist.

• Responded to a noise complaint near the Jayne Court housing development on Aug. 11.

• Helped an out-of-state resident on Aug. 11 who reported receiving unwanted calls from a Middlebury resident.

• Assisted MREMS with a call in the South Street area on Aug. 11.

• Investigated a two-vehicle accident on North Pleasant Street on Aug. 11. Police said one of the passengers reported a possible minor injury.

• Helped a woman experiencing a mental health crisis on Court Street on Aug. 12.

• On Aug. 12, arrested Timothy Farr, 70, of Middlebury for an alleged violation of the conditions for his release. Police said Farr had been cited for the same offense on Aug. 10.

• Cited David B. Ambrose, 57, of Shoreham with driving with a suspended license on Route 7 South on Aug. 13.

• Checked the welfare of a local elderly person after a family member was unable to make contact. Police said they found the individual to be in good health.

• Were informed of a water main leak at the intersection of South Main and Academy streets on Aug. 13.

• Received a complaint from a woman who said her purse had been stolen from a building off Old Chapel Road on the Middlebury College campus on Aug. 13.

• Assisted Vermont State Police in investigating an alleged domestic assault in the West Shore Road area of Salisbury on Aug. 13.

• Helped a woman who was experiencing a mental health crisis in the Jayne Court area on Aug. 13.

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