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Middlebury Police Log for Jun. 27

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Julian Doner, 21, of Cornwall for driving under the influence, following a stop on Court Street on June 23. Police said Doner refused to provide an evidentiary breath sample.

In addition to making daily checks on the encampment of houseless individuals off Bakery Lane area, Middlebury police last week:

• Arrested Cassandra Chasse, 33, of Middlebury on an outstanding warrant on June 17. Police said Chasse was lodged pending her arraignment.

• On June 17, assisted a local property manager who said he’d been threatened.

• On June 17, responded to a report of an untimely death in the Marble Works. No foul play was suspected. The Independent will continue to look into this incident.

• Checked the welfare of a woman in the Route 7 South area on June 17

• Directed a houseless person to the Charter House Emergency Shelter on June 18.

• Investigated a report of someone having slashed the tires of a vehicle parked on East Main Street on June 18.

• Served a no-trespass order on June 18 on a person who was no longer welcome at a Court Street business.

• Received a report about a bear rummaging through trash in the Jackson Lane area on June 18.

• Investigated a complaint of someone driving aggressively on Route 7 North and Exchange Street on June 19.

• Cited Kenneth Gilbert, III, 48, who is houseless, for violating court-ordered conditions of release, after he was found passed out in a local resident’s vehicle in the Bakery Lane area on June 19. Police took Gilbert to the Marble Valley Regional Correctional Facility in Rutland for detox services. Two days later, on June 21, police cited Gilbert for violating court-ordered conditions of release following an investigation in the Bakery Lane area. Police said they then again took Gilbert to Rutland to receive detox services.

• Responded to a report of a dog left alone in car parked off Court Street during hot weather on June 19. Police said the vehicle was gone upon their arrival.

• Responded to a reported domestic disturbance at a Monarch Court home on June 19.

• Assisted Middlebury Regional EMS on a call in East Middlebury on June 19.

• Responded to a noise complaint at a Jackson Lane apartment on June 20. Police said the tenant agreed to turn down their music.

• Warned two people who were violating the town’s open container ordinance in the Bakery Lane area on June 20.

• Responded to a report of a tree that had fallen across Seminary Street Extension on June 20.

• Responded to a report of low-hanging power lines on Case Street on June 20.

• Assisted a person whose vehicle had broken down on South Main Street on June 20.

• Responded to a Munson Road residence on a report of a family problem on June 21.

• Checked on a report of three individuals roaming around Court Street wearing ski masks during the night of June 21. Police determined the trio were juveniles dressing up as superheroes.

• Helped Porter Hospital officials with a person who was causing a disturbance on June 22.

• Responded to the Munson Road area on a report of a man who had allegedly been bloodied in an accident on June 22.

• Investigated a trespassing complaint at a Court Street business on June 22.

• On June 22, collected three syringes that had been left in an Exchange Street business.

• Assisted a woman who believed she was being followed by someone on June 22.

• Checked on a local man who was experiencing mental health problems on June 22.

• Assisted Vermont State Police on a call on Douglas Road in Cornwall on June 23 at 4:17 a.m.

• Helped remove an unwanted person from a Jayne Court apartment on June 23.

• Checked on a report of suspicious activity in the Elm Street area on June 23.

• Assisted a man whose car had broken down in Court Square on June 23.

• Responded to a North Pleasant Street business on June 23 on a reported of an unwanted person.

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