Middlebury Police Log: Police cite driver for cruelty to child, DUI
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Morgan Sansone, 40, of Middlebury for driving under the influence (second offense), resisting arrest and cruelty to a child, following a stop near the intersection of Foote Street and Seminary Street Extension. Police said Sansone refused to provide an evidentiary breath sample.
After the driver was booked, Addison County Sheriff’s Department deputies took Sansone to the Grace House in Rutland to sober up, according to police.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Responded to a report on Oct. 9 of a man allegedly soliciting sex from a woman at an Exchange Street business.
• Received a report of an assault that allegedly occurred under the Cross Street Bridge on Oct. 9.
• Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS (MREMS) on an overdose call on Route 7 in New Haven on Oct. 9.
• Responded to a report of a person screaming in the Jayne Court neighborhood on Oct. 10. Police found the person in question, who declined assistance.
• Patrolled Bakery Lane on Oct. 10 in response to a recent uptick in vandalism and larceny complaints in that area.
• Assisted a Court Street resident in getting an unwanted person to leave her apartment on Oct. 10.
• Investigated a report that two chainsaws had been stolen from Tractor Supply on Foote Street on Oct. 11. Police said they, with help from Vermont State Police, were able to recover the chainsaws and return them to the store. No arrests were reported in connection with the incident.
• Responded to a report of a person hanging around vehicles parked on South Street Extension on Oct. 11. Police said the person was gone upon their arrival.
• Provided a presence at a Middlebury College student-organized candlelight vigil off Old Chapel Road on Oct. 11. Police said students requested their presence.
• Helped a local youth who had received unwanted communication on Oct. 11.
• Responded to Mary Hogan Elementary School on a “juvenile issue” on Oct. 11.
• Patrolled Bakery Lane on Oct. 11 in response to a recent uptick in vandalism and larceny complaints in that area.
• Helped state police evaluate an impaired driver for a possible driving under the influence of drugs offense on Oct. 11.
• Assisted troopers in responding to a domestic dispute off Smead Road in Salisbury on Oct. 12.
• Investigated a report of a person being struck by a vehicle at the intersection of College Street and Storrs Avenue on Oct. 12.
• Assisted Charter House Emergency Shelter staff with a disruptive guest on Oct. 13.
• Patrolled Bakery Lane on Oct. 13 in response to a recent uptick in vandalism and larceny complaints in that area.
• Responded to a “juvenile incident” at Mary Hogan Elementary School on Oct. 13.
• Received a report about a person being bit by a dog in the Porter Hospital parking lot on Oct. 13.
• On Oct. 13, assisted a local resident believed to have been the victim of fraud in New York state.
• Investigated a theft report at a Washington Street store on Oct. 13.
• Assisted MREMS with an elderly patient on Route 7 South on Oct. 13.
• Heard from a person who alleged their vehicle had been struck while on Case Street on Oct. 13.
• Conducted a welfare check on a person in the Halladay Road area on Oct. 14.
• Assisted a woman believed to be experiencing a medical event in the Washington Street area on Oct. 14.
• Warned a driver who reportedly had been driving irresponsibly on Ossie Road on Oct. 14.
• Patrolled Bakery Lane on Oct. 14 in response to a recent uptick in vandalism and larceny complaints in that area.
• Warned a man who had been urinating in public on Oct. 14.
• Increased patrols in the North Pleasant Street area on Oct. 14.
• Helped Vermont State Police in their investigation of reports of two stolen cars in Ferrisburgh on Oct. 14.
• On Oct. 15, investigated an alleged assault reported in a parking lot off Foote Street.
• Conducted foot patrols in the downtown during the morning of Oct. 15.
• Referred, to Vermont Fish & Game officials, a report of a moose hanging out on a South Main Street property on Oct. 15.
• Investigated a report of someone potentially violating a court order in the Blake Roy Road area on Oct. 15.
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