Bristol Police Log: Essex driver cited after crash
BRISTOL — Bristol police on Sept. 25 responded to a report a car had crashed into a truck parked on Main Street.
After investigating, police cited Amy Quenneville, 46, of Essex Junction for driving while under the influence. They also issued Quenneville a ticket for leaving the scene of an accident.
Between Sept. 10 and Oct. 1, Bristol police completed 71 foot patrols and two car patrols, conducted 11 traffic stops, and checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School 18 times, at Bristol Elementary School 14 times and at local businesses 17 times.
Police also processed 48 fingerprint requests, conducted three welfare checks, verified two vehicle identification numbers, helped a resident get into their locked vehicle, responded to a false alarm, and facilitated the return of a wallet.
In other recent activity, Bristol police:
• On Sept. 11 issued a notice against trespass to someone on West Street.
• On Sept. 12 looked into a report of a suspicious person in a truck on West Street. Police determined the individual was in need of assistance and provided contact information for available resources.
• On Sept. 13 received a report of fraud on West Street. An investigation is ongoing.
• On Sept. 13 helped an individual find a place to stay for the evening.
• On Sept. 13 took a report of a threatening incident related to an ongoing investigation.
• On Sept. 14 responded to a fight on Airport Drive. Police cited a 14-year-old and a 15-year-old for simple assault.
• On Sept. 15 cited Lynn Brown, 52, of New Haven for failing to appear for a scheduled court date.
• On Sept. 16 looked into a complaint of unlawful mischief on Plank Road. An investigation is ongoing.
• On Sept. 16 received a report of a package theft on Garfield Street. An investigation is ongoing.
• On Sept. 18 received a late report of a car accident that occurred on Munsill Avenue.
• On Sept. 19 were told of someone passing a school bus that had its red lights activated on Monkton Road. Police identified the individual and issued a warning.
• On Sept. 19 checked on a suspicious vehicle at Sycamore Park.
• On Sept. 21 responded to a citizen dispute on Main Street. Police determined the dispute was a loud, verbal disagreement between neighbors but did not find that any action rose to the level of an offense.
• On Sept. 23 assisted someone with a sex offender registry compliance concern.
• On Sept. 23 took a late report of a dispute on South Street related to a previous report. An investigation is ongoing.
• On Sept. 24 spoke to someone on West Street about aggressive driving.
• On Sept. 25 received a report of the theft of three fur coats from a storage unit on Main Street. An investigation is ongoing.
• On Sept. 25 cited Scott Blaise, 52, of Essex Junction for simple assault.
• On Sept. 26 cited Seaasons Violi, 43, of Bristol for simple assault.
• On Sept. 27 helped a Liberty Street resident locate the owner of vehicles parked on their property. The vehicles were removed.
• On Sept. 28 helped an individual complete a report of a minor two–car crash on School Street.
• On Sept. 29 responded to a trespass complaint on West Street. The individual was gone when police arrived, and an investigation is ongoing.
• On Sept. 29 investigated vandalism on Pine Street and cited a 15-year-old suspect for unlawful mischief.
• On Sept. 29 looked into a noise complaint on Mountain Street. The people involved were gone when police arrived.
• On Sept. 30 assisted someone with an assault complaint on Main Street. An investigation is ongoing.
• On Sept. 30 responded to a theft at the Maplefields convenience store on West Street. After investigating, police cited Melissa Sird, 42, of New Haven for retail theft.
• On Sept. 30 responded to a report of an individual with an open container of alcohol on West Street. The person was gone when police arrived.
• On Oct. 1 helped resolve a dispute on Main Street.
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