9:47 a.m. - Threatening - The Northfield Police Department received a request for assistance regarding and ongoing issue with some neighbors of theirs. An officer spoke to the caller going over the ongoing issues and discussing the options they had.
5:20 p.m. - Sex Offender Registy - Officers conducted in the Sex Offender Registry compliance checks. All listed individuals were found to be in compliance.
2:30 a.m. - Agency Assistance - Officers were requested by VSP to assist Troopers with a motor vehicle collision on I89 that may have involved alcohol.
10:41 a.m. - Foot Patrol - An Officer conducted a foot patrol of the common, and enforced the two hour parking ban.
2:39 p.m. - Animal Problem - A concerned motorist called about the welfare of an animal living on VT Rte 12-A. The Officer went to the residence and checked on the animal. The animal was observed to be in apparent good health, well fed and had a safe enclosure. The Officer will make some recommendations to the owners to ensure they are complying with the law concerning the enclosure's protection from the elements and will follow up with the owner in a couple weeks.
3:30 p.m. - Threatening - Northfield Police responded to a
Threatening Complaint. The incident was non-criminal in nature.
5:02 p.m. - Citizen Dispute - An Officer was dispatched to a North Main St. address for the report of a family disturbance. The complainant reported an ex-boyfriend was at her residence. Upon
arrival, the ex-boyfriend had left. The woman was provided information to apply for a restraining order.
1:43 p.m. - Accident PD - An Officer responded to the report of a two car crash on Berlin Pond Road near Sanders Dr. No injuries were reported. The officer investigated the scene, photographed the damage, completed a State of Vermont Uniform Crash report, and conducted traffic control until both vehicles were removed by North Main Towing Service. The operator of one vehicle was issued a
ticket for driving too fast for conditions.
2:19 p.m. - Theft - A resident of North Main St. called to report a package had been stolen from his residence. The Officer has called the complainant several times to obtain more information, without success.
5:18 p.m. - MV Complaint - A concerned motorist called about a vehicle being operated erratically on Route 64, Route 12, Main St and Union St. The Officer attempted to locate the vehicle but was unsuccessful. The caller provided a description of the vehicle, but the license plate was not readable. The Officer will attempt to identify the vehicle and operator to asses their future driving capabilities.
6:31 p.m. - Theft - Northfield Police responded to a Theft
11:45 p.m. - Citizen Assist - Northfield Police received a Citizen
9:37 a.m. - Theft - An Officer took a report of a resident of South Main Street who called to report his wallet had been stolen out of his unlocked vehicle sometime after midnight on Friday night into Saturday. The Officer provided the caller with some suggestions and actions to take to mitigate any financial loss.
4:37 p.m. - Citizen Dispute - An Officer responded to a Union St. address for the report of a family disturbance. The Officer knocked on the door numerous times, but no one answered. The Officer also spoke with neighbors. One advised the truck belonging to the resident was gone, so he had likely left the residence.
9 a.m - COM - An officer of the Northfield Police Department
presented a distracted driving presentation highlighting the dangers and risks.
2:45 p.m. - Citizen Assist - The Northfield Police Department received a report of an ongoing issue with a roommate. The officer spoke to the complainant and discussed the ongoing issues they were having. The officer made some suggested routes to take in rectifying the issues before they got out of hand.
7:15 p.m. - MV Complaint - Northfield Police received a Traffic
Hazard Complaint of a vehicle parked with its end in the public highway. Police responded, made contact, and the owner moved the vehicle further into the driveway out of the public highway.
Total Incidents for This Report: 22