Bristol Police Log for Jul. 11

BRISTOL — Bristol police on June 21 responded to a report of a suspicious person on Mountain Street. Police helped the individual make contact with a social service organization to provide assistance. 

Between June 16 and 22 Bristol police completed three foot patrols, conducted 15 traffic stops, and checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School seven times, at Bristol Elementary School seven times and at local businesses six times. 

Police also processed 20 fingerprint requests and conducted two welfare checks. 

In other recent activity, Bristol police: 

• On June 17 enforced parking laws on Airport Drive. 

• On June 18 received a cell phone found on Main Street and returned the phone to its owner. 

• On June 18 checked on a couple of people sleeping in their vehicle on Lincoln Road. 

• On June 22 assisted a disabled motorist on West Street. 

• On June 22 helped someone gain access to their residence. 

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