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Bristol Police Log for Dec. 7

BRISTOL — Animal complaints have kept Bristol police busy in recent weeks. 

On Nov. 24, police responded to a report of a dog wandering freely on Mountain Street. Police located the canine and warned its owner. 

On Nov. 25, police investigated an animal complaint on Rocky Dale Road, and the complainant is expected to follow up with police if concerns continue.  

Between Nov. 19 and 25, Bristol police completed one foot patrol and one car patrol, conducted 13 traffic stops and checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School seven times, at Bristol Elementary School seven times and at local businesses six times. 

Police also processed two fingerprint requests and verified one vehicle identification number. 

In other recent activity, Bristol police: 

• On Nov. 20, helped a disabled motorist on Main Street. 

• On Nov. 22, enforced the winter parking ban on North Street. 

• On Nov. 22, assisted someone in returning property to its owner on South Street. 

• On Nov. 22, investigated a citizen dispute on Morgan Horse Lane in Bristol. An investigation is ongoing. 

• On Nov. 25, completed a property check on Orchard Terrace.

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