Middlebury Police Log: Police nab two for oustanding warrant citations
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police arrested Jonathan D. Langdon, 56, on a no-bail warrant; and Keri Abraham, 46, on a warrant out of Williston.
The arrests stemmed from a disturbance call at the Middlebury Inn on Jan. 12.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Investigated a report about a disorderly patient at Porter Hospital on Jan. 11.
• Cited Kenneth Gilbert III, 45, of Leicester for unlawful trespass, stemming from an incident at the Charter House Coalition’s warming shelter on North Pleasant Street on Jan. 11.
• Responded to a report of a campfire in the woods behind the Middlebury recreation facility off Creek Road on Jan. 11.
• Responded to a report of horses on the loose on Munger Street on Jan. 11.
• Assisted Bristol police with a report of a stolen vehicle in the Court Street area on Jan. 12.
• Responded to a report of a man “making female employees at a (Court Street) restaurant uncomfortable” on Jan. 12. Police said the man had left before they arrived.
• Helped a disoriented elderly woman in the Court Street area on Jan. 12.
• Defused an argument between residents of a Court Street apartment building on Jan. 12.
• Ticketed a minor for being in possession of tobacco on Middlebury Union High School campus on Jan. 12.
• In collaboration with Counseling Service of Addison County officials, convinced a homeless woman to leave a local hotel where she had been staying on Jan. 12. Police said hotel management had asked the woman to leave.
• Responded to a report on Jan. 12 of two people who had allegedly been moving around traffic cones — and thus creating a traffic hazard — at the intersection of Main Street and Merchants Row.
• Responded to a reported domestic disturbance at a Seminary Street home on Jan. 13. A man allegedly involved in the incident had left prior to the arrival of police. The case remains under investigation.
• Warned the drivers of “multiple vehicles” for doing “doughnuts” in an Exchange Street parking lot during the evening of Jan. 13.
• Spoke with a Court Street business owner on Jan. 13 who was concerned about a potential scam related to a disaster relief loan.
• Checked on some animals at a Case Street residence on Jan. 13 at the urging of Homeward Bound officials.
• Investigated a report of a vehicle leaving the scene of an accident on Creek Road on Jan. 13.
• Assisted Vermont State Police at the scene of a burglary in progress at a Morgan Horse Farm Road home at around 2:40 a.m. on Jan. 15. Middlebury police helped state police locate the man who was ultimately cited for burglary: Robert Morin, 55, of Salisbury.
• Cited a local juvenile for fraudulently using a credit card to make a purchase on Jan. 15.
• Calmed a dispute between some Case Street neighbors on Jan. 16.
• Assisted drivers whose vehicles had gone off the road of Foote and Case Streets on Jan. 16.
• Received a report from a Cedar Court resident who feared “someone was spying on her with lasers” on Jan. 16.
• Cited Austin Wedge, 21, of Brandon for driving with a criminally suspended license on South Main Street on Jan. 17.
• Forced their way into a Kings Row apartment after the occupant had yelled for help after having fallen on Jan. 17. Police called Middlebury Regional EMS to help the man.