Middlebury Police Log: Police respond to person standing on train tracks

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police on April 22 investigated a report of a person standing on the train tracks off Elm and Seymour streets, blocking train travel. Police said the person in question had left upon their arrival.

In other action last week, Middlebury police:

• Took into protective custody a drunken man found in the Bakery Lane area at around 8:15 p.m. on April 22. Police said they took the man to receive detox services in Rutland.

• Warned a person who was carrying an open container of alcohol on Bakery Lane on April 22.

• Arrested Timothy Farr, 70, of Middlebury on an outstanding parole-related warrant, in the Mary Hogan Drive area on April 22.

• Arrested Brandy Wills, 40, on four outstanding warrants in the Court Street area on April 22.

• Were informed on April 22 that a porta potty was missing from its Creek Road location.

• Investigated a report of an unresponsive man behind the Ilsley Library on April 22. Police said the man was taken to Porter Hospital.

• Received a report that someone had rummaged through two unlocked vehicles parked off Court Street on April 22.

• Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS (MREMS) with a suicidal person on Route 7 on April 22.

• Logged a report on April 23 about people in a red SUV allegedly shooting airsoft guns at pedestrians on College Street.

• On April 23, warned a person who had allegedly been exhibiting “harassing behavior” in the South Village Green neighborhood.

• Received a complaint about a person who had allegedly been bothering customers at a Main Street business on April 23.

• Escorted a beaver out of harm’s way at the intersection of Main and Cross streets on April 23.

• Assisted MREMS on an emergency call to a North Pleasant Street address on April 24.

• Helped a Route 7 South business that had been victimized by online fraud on Aril 24.

• Assisted Porter Hospital Emergency Department staff with an out-of-control patient on April 24.

• Gave a courtesy ride to an elderly patient who had been discharged from Porter Hospital on April; 24.

• Assisted MREMS on an emergency call to the Washington Street area on April 24.

• Caught a loose dog in the East Main Street area and took it to Homeward Bound on April 25.

• Responded to a noise complaint in the Court Street area on April 25.

• Assisted a woman who had locked herself out of her car in the Exchange Street area on April 25.

• Advised a person on court action in connection with a possible stalking issue.

• Restored peace between two acrimonious patrons at a Merchants Row business on April 25.

• Investigated a report of a Porter Hospital patient videoing hospital staff and potentially confidential information on April 25.

• Responded to a domestic disturbance at a Munger Street residence on April 26.

• Assisted an intoxicated man after his release from Porter Hospital on April 26.

• Responded to a report of a “heavily intoxicated” person in the North Pleasant Street area on April 26.

• Assisted Middlebury College Public Safety in investigating a threatening phone call that a college staff person had received on April 26.

• Received a report that a juvenile had tried to use a fake ID to buy tobacco at a Court Street business on April 26.

• Assisted with a “juvenile problem” in the Valley View Drive area on April 26.

• Investigated a report of a vehicle leaving the scene of an accident in The Centre parking lot on April 26.

• Investigated a disorderly conduct complaint in the Court Street area on April 27.

• Assisted Memorial Baptist Church officials with a man found sleeping on church property during the morning of April 27.

• Checked on the welfare of a Rolling Acres resident on April 28.

• Connected, to counseling services, a man who had contacted them about mental health challenges he had been facing on April 28.

• Responded to a report of underage drinking in the Frog Hollow Alley area on April 28.

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