7:48 a.m. - Litter/Pollution/Public Health - The Northfield Police Dept. received a complaint regarding littering. Officer spoke with the complainant and took photographs of the garbage.
11:26 a.m. - Parking Problem - Parking tickets were issued to vehicles blocking the travel portion of the roadway on Central Street. Police urge area drivers to ensure their vehicle is safely parked and not blocking roadways as the snow continues to pile up.
1:30 p.m. - MV Complaint - The Northfield Police Dept. received a motor vehicle complaint. The complainant advised they were turning right into Depot Sq when someone cut them off. The complainant wanted to advised the Police Dept. about the incident.
6:34 p.m. - Property Damage, Non Vandalism - The department received a complaint from a motorist with damage to his vehicle. The complainant advised that there was snow pushed into the travel portion of the highway and he drove through the snow damaging his vehicle.
10:14 a.m. - Citizen Assist - Police spoke with an individual regarding questions about the law and what they could do regarding certain situations. I explained to them the course of actions and possibilities for them to solve such problems.
11:28 a.m. - Found Property - An officer was given property that had been found. Attempting to locate the owner.
12:51 p.m. - MV Complaint - The Northfield Police Department received a report of a vehicle that had unexplained damages done to it. An Officer documented the damages for the individual.
2:10 p.m. - Citizen Dispute - The Northfield Police Department received a report from a concerned resident that there was something wrong with their neighbor next door. An Officer responded, to be sure there was nothing wrong.
3:05 p.m. - Animal Problem - The Northfield Police Department received a report of a minor animal bite. An Officer responded, gathered the necessary information and informed the individual that the domesticated animal was completely up to date with shots and tags.
10:12 p.m. - Suspicious Person/Circumstance - The Northfield Police Department responded to the river on North Main St. to look for a suspicious male sitting on the river bank drinking. Officers searched immediate area for subject with out any sign of him.
8:27 a.m. - Theft - The Northfield Police Department received a report of the trash receptacles out in front of 7 South Main Street being used for residential use. Officers have attempted to contact the individuals involved. This is still being looked into further.
10:20 a.m. - DLS - Cindy Lou Turner, 50, of Woodbury was arrested by Northfield Police for Driving While Criminally Suspended. Ms Turner was stopped for several motor vehicle violations and found to be suspended. She was cited into court in March and released.
1:07 p.m. - Found Property - The Northfield Police Department received property that an individual had found.
1:26 p.m. - Citizen Dispute - The Northfield Police Department received a report from a concerned resident, stating that there was what appeared to be a loud verbal argument taking place. They were worried that the argument may become physical or that someone might get hurt. An Officer responded and investigated into the call further.
2:31 p.m. - Citizen Assist - The Northfield Police Department received a report from a concerned business, regarding an individual that had just left. The complainant stated that the individual had made customers uncomfortable and appeared to be intoxicated. An officer responded speaking to the owner regarding what had happened.
6:45 a.m. - Citizen Assist - Northfield Police assisted a citizen in the Village of Northfield who had slid off the roadway due to extremely icy road conditions. The citizen was able to get unstuck by the time police arrived, but police stayed to control traffic while road crews salted the hill. Nothing Further.
6:38 p.m. - Citizen Assist - Officers were contacted in regard to a scam, in which a company/law firm called Miller, Davis, and Peoples called from 855-833-9544 advising the complainant of personal information and stating if they did not pay $350 settlement for debt accrued from magazine subscriptions they would be taken to court. Northfield Police are warning the public that this is a SCAM, if contacted due not engage the person(s) and report any calls to the Attorney
8:42 p.m., - Suspicious Person/Circumstance - Officers received a 911 call in reference to a suicidal male threatening to jump off a bridge in Northfield. After searching officers were able to locate the male, who was transported to CVMC for mental health evaluation.
12:32 a.m. - Suspicious Person/Circumstance - The Northfield Police Department arrested Tyler Foster, age 23, of Barre, Vermont for three counts of Violating his court ordered conditions of release. Officers were called to a party on Stony Brook Road and on arrival, spoke with a female about an altercation between her and Foster.
1:24 a.m. - Noise Disturbance - Officers were advised of a noise disturbance off Vine Street. Officers were tied up on a previous call, and on arrival, found that a party had taken place but was dispersing. The tenant was spoken to about any future occurrences.
3:14 a.m. - Accident PI - Police received a report of a two vehicle crash at the intersection of Vermont Route 12 South (VT RT 12S) and Vermont Route 12A (VT RT 12A) in the Town of Northfield, Washington County. Initial reports indicated that an occupant of one of the vehicles had departed from the scene
6:38 a.m. - Suspicious Person/Circumstance - The Northfield Police Department responded to a report of a suspicious, abandoned vehicle at a local convenience store. Upon arrival, the vehicle was found to be unoccupied. Arrangements were made by the store to have the vehicle towed.
10:38 a.m. - Citizen Assist - The Northfield Police Dept. received a complaint regarding a motor vehicle crash at a Norwich University parking lot. The complainant advised they came out to their car and there was damage from a motor vehicle crash. Information was left behind by the other operator and statements and photographs were taken for insurance purposes.
10:44 a.m. - Accident PD - The Northfield Police Dept. responded to a two vehicle motor crash at the intersection of VT RT-12 and VT RT-64. There were no injuries only property damage to both vehicles but neither were disabled.
11:34 a.m. - Suspicious Person/Circumstance - The Northfield Police Dept. responded to a suspicious complaint in Northfield, VT. The complainant advised someone had put items all over their vehicle. An officer responded and discovered a vehicle covered in a plentiful amount of unwanted items, the owner advised their was no damage to their vehicle. The officer advised it to be a littering civil violation.
12:57 p.m. - Theft - The Northfield Police Dept. received a complaint regarding the theft of a check. The complainant advised a friend had mailed them a check and it was discovered the letter had been opened and the check was missing along with winter squash seeds. An officer advised the complainant to have the check cancelled and to notified the PD if the check was cashed. This case is currently under investigation.
4:34 p.m. - Accident PD - While on patrol an officer observed a vehicle back into a snowbank and cause minor damage. Information was exchanged with the property owner. Nothing further.
12:17 a.m. -Agency Assistance - Officers responded to a residence on North Main Street for a report of a male inside the residence, that was experiencing health complications. The male couldn't unlock the door due to his complications. Officers were able to open the door and assist the involved male.
5:11 p.m. - Family Fight/Domestic - The Northfield Police Department responded to a report of a possible domestic disturbance. Upon arrival, investigation into the incident yielded no criminal activity. The Vermont State Police also responded and assisted the Northfield Police Department as back-up.
5:41 p.m. - Suspicious Person/Circumstance - Police responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle. Upon arrival, the vehicle was not able to be located. Upon contact with the complainant, the vehicle was determined to have left just prior to police arrival. A description of the vehicle was gathered, and future patrols will be conducted in an attempt to locate the vehicle.