Bristol Police Log for Jun. 27

BRISTOL — Bristol police on June 20 cited Cyrus Marsano, 47, of Monkton for criminal threatening and disturbing the peace by use of telephone or other electronic communications. 

Police received a complaint on June 19 from Marin Cordes, a state representative, who’d received a threatening voice message. After investigating the incident and consulting with the Addison County State’s Attorney’s office, police cited Marsano. See story in A section of today’s edition.

Between June 2 and 15 Bristol police completed 39 foot patrols and three car patrols, conducted 27 traffic stops, and checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School 14 times, at Bristol Elementary School 14 times and at local businesses 11 times. 

Police also processed 18 fingerprint requests, verified one vehicle identification number and helped one individual gain access to their locked vehicle. 

In other recent activity, Bristol police: 

• On June 2 responded to Prince Lane for the report of a theft. An investigation is ongoing. 

• On June 4 responded to a two-car crash with no injuries on Main Street. 

• On June 4 cited Cale Quenneville Jr., 31, of Brandon for driving with a criminally suspended license following a traffic stop on Burpee Road. 

• On June 4 issued a ticket to a minor in possession of tobacco on Airport Drive. 

• On June 4 were told of a potential violation of a refrain from abuse order. An investigation is ongoing. 

• On June 4 received a report of a possible violation of a court order. After a preliminary investigation, police determined the violation occurred in another town and assisted the individual in contacting the appropriate agency. 

• On June 5 dealt with a parking issue in the Walgreen’s parking lot. 

• On June 5 responded to a theft on Prince Lane. An investigation is ongoing. 

• On June 6 met with students to discuss law enforcement in a small community. 

• On June 7 responded to the report of a potentially intoxicated person. Police determined that the individual was waiting for a ride and that no action rose to the level of an offense. 

• On June 7 reviewed basic crime scene processing with students at Mount Abe. 

• On June 8 helped someone on North Street with obtaining social service assistance. 

• On June 10 assisted Bristol Elementary School with a truancy concern. 

• On June 11 responded to Pine Street for a report of a dog wandering into a yard without a collar. Police helped reunite the dog with its owner. 

• On June 11 took a late report for a dog bite that occurred on Plank Road and forwarded the information to Bristol’s health officer. 

• On June 12 looked into a motor vehicle complaint of someone causing damage on Cove Road. Police spoke to people in the area but reported there was not enough information available to issue a citation.  

• On June 12 responded to Airport Drive for a complaint of possible unlawful mischief. An investigation is ongoing. 

• On June 12 received a dog that was found walking on North Street. The owner was located, and the dog was returned home. 

• On June 12 reminded people parked in the Bartlett Falls parking area that overnight camping is not allowed in that area, which is closed from dusk to dawn. 

• On June 14 responded to a theft report on Mountain Street. Police reported that the items were located and no theft had occurred. 

• On June 14 received a report of an adult providing alcohol to a minor on West Street. An investigation is ongoing. 

• On June 14 responded to Mountain Street for a report of a theft. Police reported that the items were located and social service assistance was provided. 

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