2 Uninspected vehicles
1 Driving with suspended license
1 Operating without insurance
1 Operating without license
2 Domestic assault
1 Driving with criminally suspended license
1 Excessive speed
1 Aggravated sexual assault of child
1 Violation of release conditions
3/21, 9:09 a.m., Public Assist, Herrick Ave.
There is no information in the report.
3/21, 11:47 a.m., Juvenile Problem, Russell Circ.
Cpl. Jason Porter responded to a domestic dispute between family members. The case was referred to the juvenile court system.
3/21, 2:24 p.m., Drugs, Herrick Ave.
A small amount of drugs were recovered from a student at the school. The case was referred to the juvenile drug diversion program.
3/22, 10:52 a.m., Public Assist, Crest Dr.
Officer Noi Jones responded to a citizen’s concerns over a neighbor’s vehicle operation in the proximity of her child. Officer Jones advised MPD would increase patrol presence in the area.
3/22, 3:51 p.m., Motor Vehicle Complaint, East Rd. at Riparian Way
Officer Kendra Raymond responded to a report of a vehicle in the ditch. She arrived to find the vehicle being removed by a tow truck. She provided blue light coverage until it was removed.
3/22, 4:31 p.m., Found/Lost Property
Sgt. Paul Locke spoke with a subject about a registration plate he’d found. Sgt. Locke recovered the plate and is attempting to contact the owner.
3/22, 6:53 p.m., Domestic Assault – Misdemeanor, River St.
Officer Richard Corbin responded to a late reported domestic assault. As a result of his investigation, he subsequently charged 40-year-old Daniel Verwey of Georgia with domestic assault. Verwey was issued a citation to appear in Chittenden Superior Court, Criminal Division on April 3.
3/23, 1:39 a.m., Accident – Property Damage, Duffy Rd.
Officer Corbin responded to a report of a single-car crash involving a deer. There were no injuries reported, but the deer was deceased on his arrival.
3/23, 11:18 a.m., Fraud, Middle Rd.
Officer Ed Larente spoke with a complainant about filing a police report in regards to fraudulent transactions on his bank account. The investigation is ongoing.
3/23, 2:31 p.m., Motor Vehicle Complaint, Sanderson Rd.
Officer William Bosworth responded to a suspicious vehicle parked in front of the complainant’s residence. He was cancelled en route as the caller determined it was actually someone they knew.
3/24, 12:20 a.m., Suspicious, Centre Dr.
Officer Matthew McQueen responded to a call about a car seat in a vehicle which was covered with a blanket, and the caller was concerned there might be an unattended child in the car. Upon arriving, the vehicle was already gone. McQueen determined (via social media) that the vehicle owner had checked in to a business in South Burlington shortly thereafter. He contacted SBPD to attempt to contact the owner and check the welfare of any children present.
3/24, 3:15 p.m., Public Assist, Southerberry Dr.
Officer Larente spoke with a complainant about questions regarding shared tenancy and renters rights.
3/25, 12:38 p.m., Public Assist, Route 7
Officer Larente spoke with a subject who had put money in the machine at a local car wash and it had not given her change. She advised she had attempted to contact the owner for this issue in the past. Larente advised this was civil matter, and she needed to contact the business owner.
3/25, 2:16 p.m., Juvenile Problem, Checkerberry Sq.
Officer Bosworth responded to a report of a child playing on a private business’ playground. The caller was concerned because the business owner had told them they did not want children using the playground after hours due to liability reasons. There were no children present when he arrived.
3/25, 9:31 p.m., Motor Vehicle Complaint, Route 7
Officer McQueen responded to a motor vehicle complaint of an erratic operator. There is no narrative yet in this case to indicate the outcome.
3/26, 9:40 a.m., Suspicious, Herrick Ave.
Officer Bosworth responded to a report of a student who had arrived with an item that smelled like marijuana. He filed a report with DCF.
3/26, 10:25 a.m., Threats/Harassment, Railroad St.
Detective Nick Hendry spoke with a subject who had attended a rally recently and was receiving comments which he felt were threatening via Facebook. Hendry spoke with him about options including remedies via Facebook, restraining orders and advised he would attempt to contact the subjects making the posts to determine their intentions.
3/26, 3:51 p.m., Assist Motorist, Route 7 at West Milton Rd.
Cpl. Porter stopped to check on a vehicle, which was parked in a bad spot on the highway. He spoke with the operator who advised she was just closing her trunk, as it was not latched all the way. The operator then continued on her way.
3/27, 12:18 a.m., Suspicious, Birch Ln.
Officer Corbin responded to a report of two suspicious males who were seen walking in the woods near a complainant’s residence. He located two juvenile males and subsequently provided them a ride home after he determined no criminal action had occurred.
3/27, 8:06 a.m., Public Assist, Main St.
Detective Hendry investigated a letter that was written to a local paper espousing concerning viewpoints related to how juveniles are raised today. He met with the subject and spoke with him about the concerning language he had used. Hendry determined the subject did not seem to be a threat, and no crime was committed.
3/27, 9:29 a.m., Motor Vehicle Complaint, Route 2 at Rainbow Pl.
Officer Raymond took a complaint of a vehicle which had reportedly passed a school bus. She is still attempting to contact the operator at this time.
3/27, 10:42 a.m., Public Assist, Rebecca Lander Dr.
Officer McQueen responded to the high school for a report that several children had not arrived at school yet. Upon arriving, he was advised the students had just arrived and they no longer needed assistance.
3/27, 2:41 p.m., Juvenile Problem, Mackey St.
Officer Jones responded to a report of juveniles throwing snowballs at school buses. He was unable to locate them.
3/27, 4:59 p.m., Animal Problem, North Rd.
Officer Jones responded to a report of skunk acting strangely on the complainant’s front lawn. He arrived and determined the skunk did not appear sick, but seemed to have a minor leg injury. He was unable to safely euthanize the skunk, so no further action was taken.
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