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Resident uses downtown cans for household trash

Excerpts from the Bristol Police Department Activity Log, February 2009:

Feb. 9

A Starksboro man was ticketed for two traffic light violations following a complaint received from another resident who witnessed both violations in the early morning hours.

Feb. 10

Assisted a District Resident whose vehicle was being repossessed.

A citizen turned in a license plate found on Prince Lane. The plate was returned to its owner.

Checked a 911 hang up at the Federated Church on Church Street. No one found at the church and no evidence of an emergency.

A district resident reported a vehicle violating the one way street on Mountain Street near the elementary school. A warning letter was sent to the vehicle owner.

A district resident reported two juveniles had thrown snow balls at his vehicle as he was traveling on North Street. The juveniles were warned.

Assisted motorist locked out of vehicle on Burpee Road.

Received a complaint from three pedestrians who claimed a male juvenile District Resident had nearly sideswiped them as they walked south on Airport Drive. The driver of the vehicle reported the pedestrians were walking abreast in the roadway and shouted at him as he drove by. No action taken.

Feb. 11

Town highway personnel advised finding household trash in Main Street sidewalk trash receptacles. The subject depositing the trash was warned for littering.

A Bristol Town Resident reported his ex-wife tried to force him off the road when the two encountered each other on South Street. The ex-wife advised, when located, she had not done so and claimed her ex-husband had turned around and followed her from South Street. No action was taken.

Feb. 12

A District Resident reported her vehicle was sideswiped while it was parked in a driveway on East Street. Minor damage was caused to her vehicle. A suspect vehicle was not identified.

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