Crime

Bristol Police Log: Ring found on the town green

BRISTOL — Bristol police on April 12 received a ring found at the town green on West Street. The owner can retrieve the ring at the Bristol Police Department. 

Between March 24 and April 6 Bristol police completed 40 foot patrols and one car patrol, conducted 12 traffic stops, and checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School 13 times, at Bristol Elementary School 13 times and at local businesses nine times. 

Police also processed 19 fingerprint requests and conducted one welfare check. 

In other recent activity, Bristol police: 

• On March 26 removed a vehicle from Main Street that was interfering with snow removal. 

• On March 26 responded to a complaint of dogs being locked in a vehicle on Main Street for an extended period of time and barking. The vehicle was gone when police arrived. 

• On March 27 investigated a dispute on Main Street. Police determined it was a civil issue and provided the parties involved with options to resolve the situation. 

• On March 28 helped sort out a citizen dispute on Pine Street. 

• On March 30 investigated a report of animal abuse on Upper Meehan Road. 

• On March 30 helped someone gain access to their residence. 

• On March 30 responded to a juvenile issue on Mountain Street. Police helped the child and parent involved reach a resolution. 

• On April 1 responded to a motor vehicle crash at the intersection of Spring and North streets. 

• On April 1 received a report of someone burning brush illegally on Morgan Horse Lane. Police determined the fire was within legal standards. 

• On April 2 assisted a parent on Garfield Street with a truancy concern. 

• On April 3 monitored traffic and helped with pedestrian crossing during a relocation drill from Mount Abraham Union High School. 

• On April 3 helped someone on Main Street obtain transportation to mental health services. 

• On April 3 assisted someone on Airport Drive in finding information about social services. 

• On April 4 received a report of a potential violation of conditions of release on Firehouse Drive. An investigation is ongoing. 

• On April 5 received a complaint of aggressive driving on East Street. Police determined the action described did not rise to the level of an offense. 

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