Police Log: Business Burglary, Grill Theft, 2 Missing Teens Found, 6 Unconscious People


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The latest Hartford Police log, from Town Manager Leo Pullar's Oct. 24th Significant Activity Report:

- October 7th – Emergency communications specialists received a 911 call for an unresponsive female. First responders were dispatched and communications personnel initiated CPR instructions by telephone until first responders arrived.

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- October 9th – Sergeant Pedro provided emergency response training to staff at the Ottauquechee School.

- October 11th – Patrol officers cited a 53 year old Wilder woman with possession of suspected heroin after investigating a complaint at private residence on Norwich Avenue.

- October 11th – Officer Clifford and K9 Dozer assist Probation & Parole personnel with the arrest of a man at a private residence on Hartford Avenue for violating his conditions of probation. 

- October 12th – Patrol officers assisted Department for Children & Families personnel with a family neglect complaint at a private residence along the 200BLK of Lower Hyde Park.

- October 11th – Emergency communications specialists received a 911 call reporting smoke and fire coming from the roof of a private residence in Hartland. First responders were dispatched and staged accordingly.

- October 12th – Patrol officers responded to a report of a Theft of a grill taken from a community service provider along the unit block of Maple Street. The investigation continues.

- October 13th – Patrol officers responded to a 911 hang-up at the Shady Lawn Hotel, where they discovered what appeared to be an incident of domestic violence. The SIU Detective was summoned and the investigation continues.

- October 13th – The Police Social Worker attended the regular meeting of the Hartford Child Protection Team.

- October 13th – Patrol officers responded with paramedics to the Highland Golf Course in Quechee for what was reported as a 60 year old man experiencing a medical emergency. The man was found deceased by first responders. Investigation and the scene and preliminary autopsy results indicate the man passed from non-suspicious circumstances. The investigation continues.

- October 13th – Patrol officers responded to a reported burglary at a business located along the 100BLK of North Main Street. Suspects forced a rear door and removed an amount of U.S. Currency (Cash). The investigation continues.

- October 14th – Emergency communications specialist received a 911 call reporting an unconscious camper canoeing with a therapy group along the Connecticut River south of Hartford. First responders were dispatched and the camper transported for medical assistance.

- October 15th – Patrol officers responded to a private residence along the 200BLK of VA Cutoff Road for a domestic assault. Following investigation, a 54 year old man from Atlantic City, NJ was arrested and charged with assault and interference with access to emergency services.

- October 15th – Patrol officers responded to a property damage, single vehicle motor vehicle roll-over crash on Old River Road near Land’s End. Investigation revealed driver inexperience was to blame.

- October 15th – Patrol officers assisted a Wilder Family in locating their 17 year old son after he left their home without explanation. Young male was located unharmed and reconnected with family.

- October 15th – Patrol officers responded with paramedics to a private residence along the 4000BLK of Old River Road for reports of an unconscious man. First responders deploying nasal Noxalone were able to revive the man, who was taken by Hartford Ambulance to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center for additional medical assistance.

- October 15th – Patrol officers responded to a domestic argument involving an intoxicated man at a private residence along the 100BLK of Stonecrest Avenue. Mediated by patrol officers.

- October 16th – Representative from EAP 1st, presented to police supervisors on the traumas in law enforcement and available employee assistance services.

- October 16th – The Police Chief attended a planning meeting to discuss campus parking at the Hartford School District Main Office.

- October 16th – Patrol officers cited a 54 year old man from Atlantic City, NJ after he violated court ordered conditions of pre-trial release prohibiting contact following his arrest the day earlier.

- October 16th – Patrol officers responded with paramedics to a private residence in Quechee for a semi-conscious, intoxicated man. The man was taken by Hartford Ambulance to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center for additional medical assistance.

- October 17th – The Police Chief and Police Social Worker attended an outreach discussion on victim services at WISE, (Women’s Information Services), in Lebanon.

- October 17th – Patrol officers assisted Norwich Police Officers with an arrest for domestic assault.

- October 18th – Representative from EAP 1st, presented to police supervisors on the traumas in law enforcement and available employee assistance services.

- October 18th – The Police Social Worker participated in the regular meeting of the Hartford Community Coalition (HCC) Wellness & Prevention Subcommittee.

- October 18th – Patrol officers responded to a domestic argument involving an intoxicated woman at the Pinecrest Motel. Mediated by patrol officers.

- October 19th – The Deputy Chief attended a presentation by the ATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms) on firearms trafficking in New England and its relationship with drug in Vermont hosted by the FBI National Academy Associates, New England Chapter in Montpelier.

- October 19th – Patrol officers responded with paramedics to a private residence along the unit block of Quechee/Hartland Road for reports of an unconscious man. Bystanders and paramedics deploying nasal Noxalone were able to revive the man, who was taken by Hartford Ambulance to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center for additional medical assistance.

- October 19th - Patrol officers assisted a Wilder Family in locating their adolescent son after he left their home abruptly. Young male was located a short distance away and reconnected with family.

- October 19th – Patrol officers assisted the Hanover Police with locating a vehicle that had fled a traffic stop in Hartford. Vehicle located and owner notified.

- October 19th – Patrol officers responded to a report of a burglary at a business along the 300BLK of Maple Street. The investigation continues.

- October 19th – Patrol officers assisted Department for Children & Families personnel with a family neglect complaint at a private residence along the 500BLK of Sykes Mountain Avenue.

- October 20th – Patrol officers responded with paramedics to a campsite below the Route 5 Bridge, adjacent to the railroad for an unconscious man. First responders found the man deceased from what appeared to be a drug overdose. The investigation continues.

- October 20th – Patrol officers responded with paramedics to the Super 8 Hotel for reports of an unconscious woman. First responders deploying nasal Noxalone were able to revive the woman, who was taken by Hartford Ambulance to Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center for additional medical assistance.

- October 20th – Patrol officers assisted the Veterans Administration Police with a disorderly man in crisis at the Veterans Administration Hospital Emergency Room. 

- October 21st – Patrol officers responded to reports of gunshots and yelling at a private residence along the 100BLK Wood Road. First responders found several intoxicated persons in the home, including a woman bleeding from what was found to be a broken car window after reportedly closing her arm in the door. Paramedics were also summoned and transported the woman to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical
Center for treatment.

- October 21st – Patrol officers responded with paramedics to a private parking lot along Maple Street for reports of an unconscious motor vehicle passenger. Bystanders stopping to assist began CPR, and were assisted by arriving first responders deploying nasal Noxalone. The passenger was revived, but refused
further assistance by paramedics, including transport to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. 

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