Vergennes Police Log: Driver ticketed after two-car accident
VERGENNES — Vergennes police on Oct. 31 ticketed a New York driver for a two-car accident on North Main Street right outside the police station that resulted in one vehicle rolling over.
Police said the southbound vehicle heading to Moriah crossed over the center line, clipped the left rear of another vehicle and caused it to flip over. The driver of that vehicle was transported to the UVM Medical Center, but police said his injuries were not serious, and he ultimately declined treatment.
City police ticketed the driver of the southbound vehicle for failing to maintain his lane and for operating at an “unreasonable and imprudent” speed.
On the day before — Monday, Oct. 30 — city police responded on behalf of Vermont State Police along with the Vergennes Area Rescue Squad to the Aubuchon Hardware parking lot across the city line in Ferrisburgh, where an elderly woman was struck by a vehicle. Police said VARS took the pedestrian to the UVM with fairly serious, but non-life threatening, injuries.
Between Oct. 30 and Nov. 5, Vergennes police also:
On Oct. 30 helped Middlebury police deal with an unruly homeless person at a shelter.
On Oct. 31:
• Checked a report from the Maplefields convenience store of suspicious persons and determined they were Middlebury College students working on a survey.
• Participated in a Trunk-or-Treat event at the city fire station.
On Nov. 1 directed traffic while the fire department extinguished a fire at a Main Street home; police reported the structure was saved.
On Nov. 2 spoke to the owner of a trailer parked on Green Street allegedly posing a safety hazard.
On Nov. 3 at the station on behalf of state police evaluated a driver suspected of driving under the influence of drugs.
On Nov. 5:
• Recommended Main Street tenants involved in a parking dispute take up the issue with their landlord.
• Spoke separately to an unhappy couple on Hillside Drive when a woman accused her estranged husband of parking too closely to her apartment; police said he stated he was visiting friends.
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