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Middlebury Police Log: Middlebury woman arrested for a warrant

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police on March 15 went to North Pleasant Street at a little after 11:30 p.m. and arrested Moriah Donahue, 36, of Middlebury for an active instate arrest warrant. 

Police said Donahue was later released after posting bail.

Between March 12 and early on March 18, Middlebury police also:

On March 12:

• Helped a female experiencing a mental health crisis on Court Street.   

• Went to a Court Street business after receiving a report of a possible counterfeit bill and took the bill to the station.

• Assisted the Addison Central School District with a fraud case.

• Helped a John Graham Court resident concerned about an ex-partner engaging in stalking behavior.

• Heard from a Lindale Circle resident who reported receiving harassing text messages.

On March 13: 

• Checked the welfare of a juvenile on Mayapple Lane. 

• At the station helped a resident with unwanted ammunition.

• Went to South Village Green after getting a report of a vehicle with a child in it being operated by a possibly impaired driver. Police determined the operator was not impaired.

• Took a report from college officials of a hoax email received.

On March 14:

• Responded to Porter Hospital to help after being told of a mental health patient assaulting staff.

• Took an intoxicated male into protective custody in the North Pleasant Street area and turned him over to a sober party.

• Took a request for patrols on High Street due to traffic issues.

• Went to Gorham Lane to do a welfare check on behalf of the Essex (N.Y.) County Sheriff’s Department. The person sought was later found in New York.

• Checked on a business on Route 7 South. 

On March 15:

• Went to Court Street Extension and helped an unsheltered individual find emergency housing for the evening.

• Responded with Middlebury Regional EMS (MREMS) to the Town Hall Theater for a medical emergency.

• Responded to a report of a female experiencing a mental health crisis at a shelter on North Pleasant Street.

• Helped a person find a lost purse on College Street.

• Went to Porter Drive to help a medical office after an employee was assaulted by a patient suffering from dementia.

• Facilitated a property exchange on North Pleasant Street.

• Helped MREMS with a mental health call at the Abbey Pond Trail.

On March 16:

• Went to Rogers Road to investigate a report of a missing juvenile.

• Helped Vermont State Police at their New Haven barracks evaluate a driver for being under the influence of drugs. 

• Responded to a report of someone attempting to break into an apartment at South Village Green.

• Responded to East Main Street after hearing a report of a loose dog.

• Went to Court Street to look into a report of a male screaming outside of the National Bank of Middlebury just before 6 p.m.

• Responded to a report of possible drug activity on MacIntyre Lane.

• Checked out a report of a suspicious male asking about a guest at the Courtyard Marriott Hotel at 12:30 at night.

On March 17: 

• Seized drug paraphernalia from two individuals during a traffic stop on Route 7 South. 

• Provided a courtesy ride home from Porter Drive to a man without transportation.

• Went to North Pleasant Street to help a woman get back personal belongings from an acquaintance who was refusing to return them.

• Provided help and support to a woman who had received threatening emails.

• Went to Abbey Pond Road to help MREMS respond to, evaluate and transport a patient.

• Took a call reporting a domestic disturbance on Case Street. Police said an investigation is continuing.

• Checked on a man experiencing a possible mental health crisis on Court Street Extension.

• Took a call from a Sugarwood Court resident who requested help in getting his personal property back from his ex-girlfriend.

• On Main Street offered resources to a woman stranded in Middlebury.

On March 18: 

• Went to Abbey Pond Road to help MREMS with a male experiencing mental health issues.

• At the station helped Brandon police process an impaired driver.

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