Middlebury Police Log: Local cited for domestic violence

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Beau A. Lyons, 42, of Middlebury following their investigation of an alleged domestic disturbance in the Kings Row area on April 2.

In other action last week, Middlebury police:

• Responded to a vehicle-versus-deer collision at the intersection of Quarry Road and Orchard Lane on April 1.

• Checked on the welfare of an elderly McIntyre Lane resident on April 1.

• At the request of Age Well officials, checked on the welfare of an elderly Seymour Street resident on April 1.

• Spoke with a Washington Street Extension resident on April 1 about a possible scam involving apartment rentals in the area.

• Responded to a report of a loose dog in the North Pleasant Street area on April 1.

• Conducted a foot patrol downtown during the night of April 1.

• Assisted Middlebury Union Middle School staff following an April 2 report of a student issue.

• Investigated a reported road rage incident that allegedly occurred on Seymour Street on April 2.

• Investigated a theft complaint on Weybridge Street on April 2.

• Gave a ride to a woman who was stranded on Route 7 South on April 2.

• Seized a small quantity of crack cocaine as a result of a traffic stop near the intersection of Court and Monroe streets on April 2. Police have reported no arrest in this case.

• Were advised that a tree had been blocking Foote Street during the afternoon of April 3. Police said the debris was soon cleared.

• Helped a drunken man who had been walking on North Pleasant Street on April 3.

• Responded to a report of an “irate” man downtown on April 3. Police helped the man who they determined was having a mental health issue.

• Helped a Pinewood Road resident who had been the target of a possible phone scam on April 3.

• Continued an investigation on a fraud case at a local bank on April 3.

• Responded, along with Vermont State Police, to a report of a domestic dispute at a South Village Green apartment on April 3. Police said they determined no crime had occurred.

• Cited Christopher M. Hart, 33, of New Haven for driving with a criminally suspended license on Court Street on April 4.

• Checked the welfare of a resident of The Commons off Buttolph Drive on April 4.

• Received a noise complaint related to trash pickup in the Ossie Road area during the afternoon of April 4.

• Received information on April 5 from some concerned residents about what police described as “ongoing suspected criminal behavior” downtown.

• Investigated a report of a package being stolen from a Court Street home on April 5.

• Were informed that a MUMS student had been caught with a vape device on campus on April 5.

• Investigated a truancy complaint at MUMS on April 5.

• Received a report about a loose dog on North Pleasant Street on April 5.

• Warned a man who had been publicly consuming alcohol in the Bakery Lane area on April 5.

• Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS on an emergency call to the South Pleasant Street area on April 5.

• Returned, to its owner, a credit card that had been found in the Maple Street area on April 6.

• Helped a person who was receiving unwanted contact through social media on April 6.

• Responded to a report of a loose dog in the Grey Lodge Road area on April 6.

• Received a report about a man allegedly yelling obscenities in the Main Street area on April 6.

• Received a report about suspicious activity at a Halladay Road residence on April 6.

• Gave a courtesy ride on April 7 to a person who had just been discharged from Porter Medical Center.

• Responded to a barking dog complaint in the Jackson Lane area on April 7.

• Were asked to check out a suspicious looking package that had been left in a Washington Street parking lot on April 7. Police determined the package contained an electrical box for a street light repair.

• Responded to a verbal domestic dispute at a Jayne Court residence on April 7.

• Investigated a reported dispute between some South Pleasant Street neighbors on April 7.

• Received a report about a man operating a wheelchair on Court Street and Charles Avenue on April 7.

• Took a drunken person into protective custody and took them to Porter Hospital for evaluation at a little before 1 a.m. on April 8.

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