Vergennes Police Log: Police investigate threats to teacher

VERGENNES — Vergennes police on June 17 handled a report from the Vergennes Union High School administration that a parent had threatened a teacher during a phone call. Police contacted the individual involved and warned against future such behavior, and said VUHS authorities were obtaining a no-trespass order against the offending party. 

In other incidents between June 17 and 23, city police conducted 16 cruiser patrols, 11 traffic stops and one VIN inspection; processed seven fingerprint requests; responded to a false alarm; and also:

On June 17:

• Were sent a copy of a no-trespass order by the Maplefields convenience store.

• Took a call reporting a minor two-car accident in the Shaw’s Supermarket parking lot.

• Were flagged down in Ferrisburgh by a citizen concerned by what appeared to be a person carrying wild animals in a have-a-heart trap near Lewis Creek. Police found no one.

On June 18:

• Cited Valley Vista client Kelsey Clan, 30, described as homeless, for disorderly conduct at the 1 Alden Place facility.

• Issued a case number for a vehicle that had sustained damage from another vehicle at an unknown time.

• Backed up Vermont State Police at an accident in West Ferrisburgh. 

On June 19:

• Took a report that a vehicle struck a deer on Panton Road.

• Met with lifeguards at the city pool.

• Along with rescue personnel, helped parents who called because a child with medical needs was refusing care, including transportation to the hospital. The family called again the next day with a similar problem, and police offered a list of other resources that might be able to help with their situation.

• Responded to a complaint of a possible out-of-control off-leash dog at Falls Park; the animal was gone when police arrived.

On June 21 responded to a two-car accident at Maplefields, an incident that remained under investigation earlier this week.

On June 22 cited Jeremiah Delorme, 28, for violation of conditions of release. Police said before citing him they contacted him while skateboarding after 11 p.m. and were concerned for his safety.

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