Middlebury Police Log for Aug. 31

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Daniel Guyette, 35, of Rutland for sexual assault and resisting arrest, following an investigation in the Elm Street area on Aug. 27. 

Police said they took Guyette into custody following a brief foot pursuit. Police said one responding officer sustained minor injuries in connection with the incident and was treated and released from Porter Hospital. Guyette was lodged at the Marble Valley Regional Correctional Facility without bail, according to police.

In other action last week, Middlebury police:

• Investigated a reported water main leak in the Perkins Lane area off Route 116 near the airport on Aug. 21.

• Responded to a reported verbal dispute between some people on the Cross Street Bridge on Aug. 21.

• Cited Martin Cody, 24, of Monkton for driving with a criminally suspended in the Seminary Street Extension area on Aug. 21.

• Were informed that a wallet had been stolen from a vehicle parked off Schoolhouse Hill Road on Aug. 21.

• Received a 911 call from the Exchange Street area from a person who had been experiencing a medical emergency on Aug. 21. Police said Middlebury Regional EMS (MREMS) was sent to the scene.

• Got help for an elderly woman after checking on her welfare on Aug. 21. Police said MREMS took her to Porter Hospital.

• Received a report about unlawful mischief in the Pine Meadows area on Aug. 21.

• Were asked to check on the welfare of a man who had fallen asleep in the Ilsley Library on Aug. 21. Police said the man had left upon their arrival.

• Helped MREMS get inside a residence in response to a medical call on Aug. 21.

• Went to the East Main Street area on Aug. 22 on a report of someone setting off fireworks.

• Launched an investigation on Aug. 22 into the alleged theft of a handgun from a local resident.

• Received a report about illegal dumping in the Court Street area on Aug. 22.

• Received a report of a man allegedly engaged in a lewd act by himself while seated in a car parked off Creek Road on Aug. 22.

• Received a report about an alleged assault in the Jackson Lane area on Aug. 22.

• Assisted Vergennes police in the search of a missing person in the Exchange Street area on Aug. 22.

• On Aug. 23, assisted a parent with child who had been having “violent outbursts.”

• Responded to the Route 7 South scene of a “likely overdose” on Aug. 23.

• Assisted a Vermont State Police trooper in processing a drunken driving suspect at Middlebury police headquarters on Aug. 24.

• Herded some loose goats off Munger Street on Aug. 24.

• Responded to a reported fight at a Bakery Lane location on Aug. 24. Police said some people had been arguing over a marijuana pipe.

• Assisted a local resident on Aug. 24 concerned about a possible stalker.

• Helped a driver who had run out of gas on Route 7 South on Aug. 24.

• Investigated an attempted break-in into a vehicle parked off East Main Street on Aug. 25.

• Helped a Court Street business in issuing trespass orders to people not wanted on premises on Aug. 25.

• Responded to a reported verbal dispute between some Jayne Court residents on Aug. 25.

• Responded, with MREMS, to a report of a person who had sustained a head injury in the Bakery Lane area on Aug. 26. Police said MREMS treated the injured person.

• Were informed of the theft of an unlocked bicycle from the Mary Hogan Drive area on Aug. 26.

• Received a report of a dog left alone in a hot car parked off College Street on Aug. 26.

• Conducted a welfare check at a Jackson Lane residence on Aug. 27.

• Were informed of the theft of some clothing from Agway on Exchange Street on Aug. 27. Store officials told police they confronted the alleged thief, whom they said refused to return the items and left in a black Jeep.

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