Middlebury Police Log: Phone calls lead to disorderly conduct citation

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Cormick Cantwell, 40, who is unhoused, for disorderly conduct via electronic means, following an investigation into what police called “an excessive number of abusive calls” to local dispatchers on March 25.

In other action last week, Middlebury police:

• Responded to a trespassing complaint at a Route 7 property on March 25.

• Interviewed a resident who reported a stolen license plate on March 25.

• Helped defuse a dispute between some Cedar Court neighbors on March 25.

• Responded to a College Street business following a report of a man in a wheelchair “screaming and appearing in need of support” on March 25.

• Assisted with what police described as a “juvenile problem” at Middlebury Union Middle School on March 25.

• Checked the welfare of a child who had been seated alone in a vehicle parked outside a Court Street business on March 26.

• Investigated a report of a person making threats against a Court Street business on March 26.

• Interviewed a man who had allegedly been involved in an altercation inside a Tri-Valley Transit bus on March 26. The case remains under investigation, police said.

• Responded to a report that someone had left a hoax voicemail at Middlebury Union High School on March 26.

• Ticketed, and served court diversion paperwork to, a juvenile whom they determined to have been driving on Boardman Street after having consumed alcohol on March 27.

• Investigated a report of a person allegedly exhibiting “harassing behavior” in the Seymour Street Extension area on March 27.

• Responded, with the Bristol Rescue Squad, to a report of an unresponsive person inside a car parked off Munger Street on March 27.

• Assisted a man who had had a mental health episode on the Abby Pond Trail on March 27.

• Received a report about a person allegedly violating a restraining order in the Exchange Street area on March 27.

• Responded, with Middlebury Reginal EMS, to the Charter House Emergency Shelter on a report of a medical incident on March 27.

• Received a report of vandalism to a vehicle parked in the Jayne Court neighborhood on March 28.

• Were informed that the Speedi Lube business on Route 7 South had been the victim of unlawful mischief on March 28.

• Cited Joseph Taylor, 48, of Middlebury for driving with a criminally suspended driver’s license, following a traffic stop on College Street on March 28.

• Responded to a dog-related complaint in the Woodland Park area on March 29.

• Assisted state police on a call in the Route 30 area in Cornwall on March 29.

• Helped a Court Street business deal with a former worker who had been trespassing on March 29.

• Responded to a report of a man “yelling and swearing” in the downtown on March 29.

• Served a no-trespass order on March 29 on behalf of a Court Street business that was allegedly having trouble with “unruly protestors.”

• Received a wallet that had been found by a Good Samaritan on March 29.

• Spoke with a wheelchair bound person who was using the middle of Court and Monroe streets for travel on March 30.

• Assisted Vermont State Police at the scene of a car crash at the intersection of Routes 53 and 7 in Leicester on March 30.

• Investigated a report of a woman passed out in a vehicle that was parked at a North Pleasant Street gas station on March 30.

• Checked on the welfare of a Munger Street resident and a Maxwell Place resident on March 31.

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