Bristol Police Log: Man receives several citations

BRISTOL — On April 3, on behalf of Bristol police, Vergennes police arrested Raymond White, 34, of Vergennes for aggravated disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace by telephone or other electronic communication, stalking, criminal threatening and violation of the conditions of his release.

White was ordered to appear in Addison County Superior Court’s Criminal Division to answer to the charges.

Between March 22 and April 11 Bristol police completed 22 foot patrols, conducted 18 car patrols, monitored traffic during school dismissal eight times, and checked security at Mount Abraham Union High School 19 times, at Bristol Elementary School 18 times, and at local businesses 19 times.

Police also completed at least six fingerprint requests, verified one vehicle identification number, served two people with court paperwork, and facilitated the return of one loose dog and three items of lost personal property.

The department also assisted Bristol Rescue twice, the Bristol Fire Department once and the Rhode Island State Police once.

In other recent activity, Bristol police:

•  On March 25 began investigating an animal cruelty complaint.

•  On March 26 investigated an open burn; the person contacted the fire warden and no action was taken.

•  On March 26 helped resolve a dispute between a juvenile and parents.

•  On March 29 served someone with a no-trespass order on behalf of another agency.

•  On March 29 investigated a report of vehicle damage and will file a report.

•  On March 30 helped Mount Abraham Union Middle School with a truancy concern.

•  On March 31 began investigating an embezzlement complaint.

•  On April 1 responded to a request to check on a motorist driving toward Bristol but did not locate the vehicle.

•  On April 1 began investigating a citizen dispute.

•  On April 2 met with a resident regarding a possible scam. No personal or financial information was obtained and the phone number was blocked.

•  On April 2 investigated a report of an unknown vehicle entering a local business’s employee parking area, but the vehicle was gone upon arrival.

•  On April 3 helped someone get medical assistance.

•  On April 4 investigated a report of a speeding truck, which was referred to as an “ongoing issue.”

•  On April 4 completed online training.

•  On April 5 participated in a remote court hearing.

•  On April 7 investigated a report of what sounded like a dog in distress and found two hounds barking and howling at animals walking by their enclosure.

•  On April 7 spoke to a citizen about someone driving an ATV on a town road and will patrol the area.

•  On April 9 investigated a motor vehicle crash with no injuries.

•  On April 9 began investigating a report of a suspicious phone call.

•  On April 10 recovered a children’s Schwinn bike.

•  On April 10 helped find someone whose GPS medical alert had been activated — by accident, it turned out.

•  On April 10 received multiple complaints about fireworks noise and informed the responsible party of the relevant laws.

•  On April 11 investigated a report of vandalism and determined there was no vandalism.

•  On April 11 investigated a family disturbance and determined no action rose to the level of an offense.

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