Middlebury Police Log: Driver cited for DUI after Middlebury crash

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Michael G. Mulligan, 44, of Bristol for driving under the influence, following a single-vehicle crash on Painter Road on March 9. Police said Mulligan refused to submit to a breath test.

In other action last week, Middlebury police:

• Cited Lindsay R. Lathrop, 41, of New Haven for unlawful trespassing, following an investigation in the Seymour Street area on March 4.

• Took, to Porter Hospital, a Seymour Street resident who had become incapacitated on March 4.

• Received a report about someone driving erratically on Court Street during the afternoon of March 4.

• Stood by while Middlebury Regional EMS (MREMS) responded to a mental health-related call on Abbey Pond Trail on March 4.

• Checked on the welfare of an elderly person in the Woodbridge Lane area on March 5.

• Took, to Porter Hospital, a person who had been experiencing a mental health crisis on Court Street on March 5.

• Assisted MREMS on a medical call in the Court Street area on March 5.

• Assisted MREMS with a drunken man who had fallen on Washington Street on March 5.

• Located the owner of a dog that had been struck by a vehicle on Munger Street on March 5.

• Received a report about a man allegedly chasing a jogger on Weybridge Street on March 5. Officers said they were unable to find the man, who was believed to have been suffering a mental health episode.

• Received a report of someone exhibiting “threatening behavior” on Main Street and Merchants Row on March 6.

• Helped an intoxicated person get a ride home on March 6.

• Assisted MREMS on a March 6 call to a Court Street hotel, where an unresponsive woman had been found in a stairwell.

• Investigated a report of a man allegedly violating his parole conditions by contacting a local woman on March 6.

• Assisted parties involved in a dispute about rental property in the Lower Plains Road area on March 6.

• Responded to a report of people consuming alcohol under the Cross Street Bridge off Bakery Lane on March 6.

• Heard a local resident on March 7 with a social media concern.

• Received complaints about speeding vehicles on Buttolph Drive during the afternoon of March 7.

• Assisted a local woman with a stalking complaint on March 7.

• Responded to a report of two vehicles allegedly racing on Three Mile Bridge Road on March 8.

• Assisted an out-of-state resident involved in a local child custody dispute on March 8.

• Arrested Henry S. Romp, 32, of Middlebury on an active arrest warrant in the Court Street area on March 8. Police also cited Romp with driving with a criminally suspended license.

• Helped a local parent who had general questions about child custody issues on March 8.

• Confiscated vape devices from multiple local juveniles on March 8.

• Helped a local resident on March 8 in getting information about money orders that were believed to have been stolen.

• Helped the Middlebury Fire Department identify the driver of a tractor that was leaking hydraulic fluid on Exchange Street on March 8.

• Were informed of the theft of a canoe from a Schoolhouse Hill Road residence on March 8.

• Responded to a report of a runaway juvenile in the Ossie Road area on March 9. Police said the youth returned home shortly after the report came in.

• Issued a no-trespass order on March 9 to a person who wasn’t wanted at a Court Street business.

• Responded to a “juvenile issue” at a Route 7 South location on March 9.

• Investigated a report about a woman yelling in the South Pleasant Street area on March 9.

• Helped a driver with a broken-down vehicle on Foote Street on March 9.

• Assisted a Woodbridge Lane resident in finding a missing cat on March 10.

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