Middlebury Police Log: Police aid unresponsive woman
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police responded to a report of an unresponsive woman at a Woodland Park residence on Thursday, Sept. 12. Officers Casey Covey and Nicholas Stewart performed CPR on the woman until rescue officials arrived on the scene.
Police said the woman was ultimately taken to the University of Vermont Medical Center.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
•Took, for detox services in Rutland, a drunken man who had allegedly been seen behaving erratically on Main Street on Sept. 9.
•Helped a man who had been threatening self-harm in the Buttolph Drive neighborhood on Sept. 9. Police said Middlebury Regional EMS officials took him to Porter Hospital.
•Responded, with Middlebury Regional EMS, to a report of a man who had fallen and injured himself on Mary Hogan Drive on Sept. 10. Police said the man was taken to Porter Hospital.
•Arrested Regina Fuller, 40, of Middlebury on an outstanding warrant on Sept. 11.
•Responded to a noise complaint at a Buttolph Drive apartment on Sept. 11.
•Received a report on Sept. 11 that a local woman’s credit card had been fraudulently used for cash advances.
•Checked on a report of a suspicious vehicle parked at the fishing access off Three Mile Bridge Road on Sept. 11. Police said the vehicle belonged to a homeless person looking for a place to sleep.
•Received a complaint about a Middlebury College party on Short Shannon Street on Sept. 12.
•Assisted a woman who was experiencing mental health issues on Main Street on Sept. 12.
•Investigated an accident involving a vehicle hitting a tree off Route 7 North on Sept. 12. Police said the driver sustained minor injuries.
•Responded to a reported of a drunken man falling “several times” on Seymour Street on Sept. 12. Police said the man was taken to Porter Hospital.
•Assisted a local woman on Sept. 12 who said her ex-boyfriend wouldn’t return a key to her apartment.
•Investigated a report of a vehicle leaving the scene of an accident on Maple Street on Sept. 12.
•Asked Middlebury College Public Safety to address a complaint of loud noise coming from the Middlebury College campus on Sept. 13.
•Were informed a man had taken a woman’s purse from a vehicle parked off Washington Street on Sept. 13. The case remains under investigation.
•Received a report on Sept. 13 that two people had allegedly been seen rifling through unlocked vehicles in the Porter Hospital parking lot. Police said the culprits stole approximately $20 worth of cigarettes from one of the vehicles. The case is under investigation.
•Responded to a report of loud music in the Court Street area on Sept. 14.
•Investigated a domestic dispute involving a man and woman in the Park Street area on Sept. 14. Police said it was a verbal dispute.
•Received a report of a man threatening self-harm at a Washington Street Extension home on Sept. 14. Police said the man was taken to Porter Hospital by a family member.
•Took, to Porter Hospital, a woman who was allegedly heard saying she “didn’t want to live” while she was at the town green off Main Street on Sept. 14.
•Checked on the safety of some intoxicated people who were walking along Cross Street on Sept. 14. Police said none of the people were incapacitated.
•Served a temporary restraining order on a local person in the Route 7 North area on Sept. 15.
•Accommodated a local person who needed a ride to Porter Hospital on Sept. 15.
•Responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle in a Munger Street resident’s driveway on Sept. 15. Police said the vehicle was gone upon their arrival.