Police Log: Stolen Dolls, Sunken Pickup, Help for Homeless
Here is the most recent Hartford police log from the town website.
September 10th – Patrol officers provided traffic management services in support of the Health Care Rehabilitative Services 5K Race in Wilder.
- September 11th – The Police Department met with representatives at the Upper Valley Haven, Listen and Health Care & Rehabilitative Services regarding coordinated outreach, shelter and other services to assist under-housed persons at several areas throughout Town.
- September 11th – Patrol officers responded to a motor vehicle crash with injuries along Route 4 at the Ramp to North I-89. Investigation and clean-up caused extended delays.
- September 11th – Patrol officers and the police social worker assisted paramedics with an intoxicated, disorderly man interfering with emergency medical services being provided to a woman behind a business along the unit block of Maple Street.
- September 12th – Patrol officers and the Police Social Worker assisted the Town Health Officer with several health violations at a vacant residence along the 900 BLK of Sykes Mountain Avenue.
- September 15th – Patrol officers and the Police Social Worker, assisted by Upper Valley Haven staff assisted several persons encamped on private property in connecting with assistance and housing alternatives.
- September 15th – The Police Department participated in a “Coffee with a Cop” outreach event hosted by the Co-op Food Store on Maple Street.
- September 15th – Patrol officers responded to a motor vehicle collision at the intersection of Hartford Avenue & Maple Street resulting in significant damage to both vehicles. At fault driver was cited and released.
- September 15th – Patrol officers responded to a rear-end motor vehicle collision on Hartford Avenue at the entrance to Cumberland Farms which resulted in significant damage to both vehicles. At fault driver was cited and released.
- September 16th – Patrol officers assisted the Vermont State Police and paramedics with an intoxicated, disorderly man arrested for DUI who became violent during processing.
- September 16th – Communications specialists answered 911 calls from witnesses reporting a fatal motorcycle collision in Maidstone, Vermont. Fire, rescue and police services were dispatched by Emergency Communications Center personnel as appropriate.
- September 17th – Patrol officers assisted Hartford Fire Department personnel with the recovery of a submerged Toyota Tacoma Truck from the Ottaquechee River above the Taftsville Covered Bridge. Rescue personnel determined the vehicle was unoccupied, which was verified by follow-up investigation by police. The investigation continues.
- September 18th – Patrol officers were summoned to a residential apartment along the 100 BLK of Lantern Lane for a reported theft of antique dolls. The investigation continue.
- September 19th – Patrol officers responded to a complaint of shoplifting at the Coop Food Store on Maple Street. Then investigation continues.
- September 19th – The Police Chief and Police Social Worker joined several members of the Truancy Workgroup in a presentation to Dartmouth College Students to assist with researching the local truancy issue.
- September 19th – Patrol officers responded to a private residence along the 100 BLK of Maple Street for an unconscious woman. First responders deploying nasal Noxalone were able to revive woman, who was taken by Hartford Ambulance to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center for additional medical assistance.
- September 19th – Patrol officers were dispatched to a theft of cash from the Quechee Club Locker Room. The investigation continues.
- September 20th – The Deputy Police Chief and Police Social Worker participated in the regular meeting of the Hartford Community Coalition Executive Board.
- September 21st – Patrol officers assisted staff at the Community College of Vermont with an Emergency Preparedness Drill.
- September 21st – The Chief and Deputy Police Chief participated in the Senate Government Operations Committee outreach meeting on Policing in Vermont.
- September 22nd – Officer Fernandes assisted by Upper Valley Haven staff assisted several persons encamped on private property in connecting with assistance and housing alternatives.
- September 23rd – Sergeant Pedro participated in the “Touch-A-Truck” event hosted by the Upper Valley Aquatic Center.