Bristol Police Log: Bristol woman cited for DUI
BRISTOL — On the evening of Friday, Feb. 9, at just before 11 p.m., Bristol police took Shonda Cavoretto, 40, of Bristol into custody and processed her for driving under the influence of alcohol. Police cited Cavoretto for DUI and released her. She is due to answer the charge in Addison Superior Court, criminal division, on Feb. 26.
Between Jan. 29 and Feb. 4, Bristol police patrolled on foot and in cars at various locations, namely on Mountain Street, Main Street and surrounding areas including near Bristol Elementary School; and at various other locations around town 20 times, with four of the patrols done under contract from the town. Officers also completed four hours of directed patrol in the district and the town under a contract funded by Vermont Governors Highway Safety Program.
And they checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School four times.
Bristol police took fingerprints for employment and volunteer purposes four times during that week.
In other recent activity, Bristol police:
• On Jan. 29 an officer conducted several quarterly sex offender checks of district sex offenders, with four being compliance; police also started an investigation into a non-compliant sex offender.
• On Jan. 29 opened a missing person case; the person was located the next day.
• On Jan. 30 appeared for a court hearing related to an investigation.
• On Jan. 30 met with a local group regarding public outreach to resources.
• On Jan. 30 looked into a motor vehicle complaint on North Street but couldn’t find the vehicle in question.
• On Jan. 31 assisted with a juvenile problem.
• On Jan. 31 looked into a report of a suspicious vehicle; the officer found the vehicle and discovered no issues or concerns.
• On Feb. 1 issued paperwork related to a tobacco offense by a minor.
• On Feb. 1 participated in an interagency meeting related to truancy at local schools.
• On Feb. 2 assisted a citizen who had locked their keys in the car.
• On Feb. 2 forwarded information to an out-of-state law enforcement agency to assist in a criminal investigation.
• On Feb. 2 assisted another agency with an electronic device search related to an active investigation.
• On Feb. 3 asked a resident to move their vehicle in accordance with snow ban.
• On Feb. 3 responded to a parking complaint and issued tickets.
• On Feb. 4 were called to the Mountain Street area for a suspicious vehicle. Police found no criminal activity, but report that a person was dropping off a relative in the area.
• On Feb. 4 at 11:21 p.m. assisted another agency responding to a disturbance call. While en route the officer was notified their assistance was no longer required.