Middlebury police on June 24 probed the reported theft of a Middlebury Public Works truck from the department’s Route 7 South headquarters.
Middlebury police on the afternoon of June 15 cited a Rutland man for retail theft from two convenience stores at opposite ends of Middlebury village.
Middlebury police responded to a Bakery Lane apartment on June 8 on a report of a suicidal man.
Middlebury police cited Jacob Jimmo, 37, of Lincoln on multiple charges on June 5 following an investigation into an incident at a Seminary Street home.
Middlebury police responded to a disorderly conduct complaint at Middlebury Union Middle School on May 24. Police were called to the school on a report of an out-of-control student.
Middlebury police on May 18 cited Breannah Crandall, 36, of Middlebury for three offenses, including aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, after she allegedly pointed a firearm at people in a Court Street residence and threatened to kill them.
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Jessica L. Devoid, 41, for providing false information to a police officer in Frog Hollow Alley on May 12. Police said the citation followed their investigation of a report that a dog had been left inside a hot car par … (read more)
Middlebury police assisted Middlebury Union Middle School officials with an “out-of-control” student on May 3. School officials alleged the student assaulted staff members.
Middlebury police cited Peter Foley, 22, of Bristol for driving under the influence, following a single-vehicle crash on Case Street on April 30.
Middlebury police cited Joshua Provoncha, 43, of Sudbury for driving under the influence – test refusal, following a traffic stop on Court Street Extension on April 24.
Middlebury police cited Ariel Goddard, 31, of Woodstock for driving under the influence (second offense), leaving the scene of an accident and reckless endangerment, following an investigation into a reported hit-and-run accident in the Jackson Lane area … (read more)
Middlebury police launched an investigation into what police are describing as a “possible assault involving three students” on April 5.
Middlebury police recovered street signs on April 1 that police said had been stolen by some Middlebury College students. Police informed college officials of the incident.
Middlebury police on March 21 assisted Middlebury Union Middle School staff with a student causing damage within the school building on March 21.
Middlebury police helped a Route 7 North resident with a visitor who had refused to leave his home during the evening of March 14. Police said both men were “heavily intoxicated.”
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