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Bristol Police Log: Man cited for violating conditions

BRISTOL — Bristol police on April 26 responded to a 911 call reporting a loud argument on Adirondack View. Ultimately police cited Devin Humiston, 25, of Bristol, for violating conditions of release. 

Between April 7 and 27, Bristol police completed 45 foot patrols, conducted 18 traffic stops and checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School 19 times, at Bristol Elementary School 24 times, and at local businesses 12 times. 

Police also processed 18 fingerprint requests, responded to one 911 call that turned out to be a misdial, conducted one welfare check and helped three people gain access to their locked vehicles. 

In other activity last week, Bristol police: 

• On April 8, checked the area of Route 116 South and Hewitt Road for a person driving a minibike on the roadway but did not observe anyone doing so. 

• On April 8, assisted someone from out of state during a mental health crisis on Main Street. 

• On April 9, helped St. Ambrose Catholic Church find services for someone in crisis. 

• On April 10, responded to Lower Notch Road, where a tree had fallen across the travel portion of the roadway. Police put out cones and contacted the Bristol Public Works Department. 

• On April 12, helped someone on South Street with a trespass concern. 

• On April 12, responded to Main Street for a possibly disorderly person and determined no offense had occurred. 

• On April 12, responded to a citizen dispute on West Street. Police interviewed the involved parties and found no no offense had occurred. 

• On April 13, began investigating damage to a pedestrian crossing sign on Main Street. 

• On April 13, investigated a motor vehicle crash on Prince Lane that involved a vehicle leaving the scene of the collision. 

• On April 13, cited Michael Heffernan, 62, of Bristol for violation of conditions of release. 

• On April 14, received a call of possible trespassing on West Street but didn’t see anyone in the area. 

• On April 15, assisted Bristol Elementary with a truancy concern. 

• On April 15, helped an person access mental health resources. 

• On April 15, responded to a loose-dog complaint on North Street. Police determined it was the owner’s first offense and issued a warning. 

• On April 15, helped someone on Mountain Street avert an internet scam. 

• On April 16, responded to a motor vehicle crash at the corner of North and Pine streets. Police cited Emil North, 22, of Starksboro, for grossly negligent operation and driving under the influence. 

• On April 17, checked on a suspicious vehicle on Pine Street. 

• On April 17, began an unlawful mischief investigation on Airport Drive. 

• On April 17, helped someone find contact information for social services. 

• On April 20, responded to a report of a potentially abandoned vehicle. Police determined it wasn’t abandoned and the owner was contacted to move the vehicle. 

• On April 22, responded to a report of suspicious activity on North Street. The vehicle was gone when police arrived. 

• On April 23, responded to a motor vehicle complaint on Prince Lane. Police determined the vehicle had left prior to the caller contacting police, and not enough information was provided to identify the vehicle. 

• On April 23, responded to a motor vehicle crash on Prince Lane. 

• On April 24, helped a South Street business escort a patron out of its office. 

• On April 24, helped someone on East Street in getting a ride home. 

• On April 26, responded to a traffic hazard on North Street, where vehicles were hindering pedestrian and vehicle traffic. 

• On April 26, checked the welfare of someone on East Street and learned they were out of town. 

• On April 27, participated in “National Drug Take Back Day.”  

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