October 25, 2014

Police notes 9/25/08

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Sept. 25, 2008

Sticky situation

Police went to a Williston home on Sept. 20 after being called regarding a cookie incident. A parent told police that while her child was having a play date at a friend’s house, the friend gave her child a cookie — one that was “covered in glue,” according to police reports. The parents were able to deal with the issue “amongst themselves,” the report concludes. No information was released as to whether the cookie was actually consumed.

Unsecured load

A Williston farmer was mailed a violation for an “unsecured load” on Sept. 19, after a hay trailer overturned at the intersection of Oak Hill and Old Creamery roads, according to police reports. The hay and trailer were moved out of the roadway.

Burglary

• Interstate Battery on South Brownell Road was burglarized on Sept. 16, according to police reports. A door was pried open to gain entry, and almost $200 in cash was taken, the report notes. The investigation is ongoing.
• Green Mountain Gymnastics on Pioneer Drive was burglarized on Sept. 16, according to police reports. No further information was released. The investigation is ongoing.
• Woodline Floor Sales on South Brownell Road was burglarized on Sept. 16, according to police reports. A door was pried open and almost $50 was taken, the report notes. The investigation is ongoing.
• A door was “jimmied and locks were damaged” on Sept. 17 during an attempted break-in on Adams Drive, according to police reports. Nothing was taken, but the case is under investigation.
• A Chelsea Place residence was burglarized on Sept. 18, and approximately $1,800 worth of items was taken, according to police reports. The investigation is ongoing.

Theft

Katie Lefebvre, 27, of Milton was charged with retail theft from Plato’s Closet on Sept. 17, according to police reports. The items taken and their value were not released. Lefebvre was cited to appear in court.

Wanted persons

• On Sept. 17, Frederick Wheeler, 71, of Williston was “taken into custody on an outstanding warrant for failure to appear” on a third driving under the influence charge, according to police reports. Wheeler was taken to Chittenden County Correctional Center and bail was set at $5,000, the report notes.
• Following a motor vehicle stop, John T. Neville, 36, of Waterbury was “arrested on an outstanding warrant for failure to appear in court following an unlawful mischief charge,” according to police reports. Bail was set at $250 and Neville was taken to Chittenden County Correctional Center, the report notes.

Parole violation

Carmen Hu, 46, of Williston was “taken into custody” on Sept. 19 for violating her court-ordered conditions of release, according to police reports. She was cited to appear in court and released, the report notes.

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