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Addison County Sheriff’s Department Log 2/14 – 2/19/22

MONDAY 02-14-22

  • Conducted Patrols in 4 towns. Traffic stops were conducted for motor vehicle violations with warnings and/ or tickets issued.
  • Search Warrant – Weybridge – Several deputies executed a search warrant at a residence after learning an individual was in possession of firearms after being prohibited from being able to possess any dangerous or deadly weapons. A search of the residence produced 2 firearms, a muzzleloader, and 3 large knives. During the search, deputies also found 15 bags of marijuana which appeared to be packaged to distribute. The total weight of these drugs was over 18 ounces so it was seized and will be destroyed. The individual was charged with 3 counts of Violation of Conditions of Release and 1 count of Person Prohibited from Possessing a Firearm and is currently being lodged in jail.

TUESDAY 02-15-22

  • Conducted Patrols in 7 towns. Traffic stops were conducted for motor vehicle violations with warnings and/ or tickets issued.
  • Tuesday is our fingerprinting day! If you need your fingerprints taken for any purpose, please call our office at (802) 388-2981 for further details and to schedule an appointment.

WEDNESDAY 02-16-22

  • Conducted Patrols in 9 towns. Traffic stops were conducted for motor vehicle violations with warnings and/ or tickets issued.
  • VIN Verification – Salisbury – Provided a VIN verification for a resident. We provide this service for free to any Addison County resident, so please call us at (802) 388-2981 to have a deputy come by if you need this done.
  • Overweight Violation – Addison – While on patrol on Jersey St South, the Commercial Motor Vehicle Enforcement deputy observed a Tractor Trailer operating on a weight-restricted road. The TT unit was stopped and did not have a permit to be operating on that road. The vehicle was weighed, and it was almost 52,000 lbs overweight. A ticket was issued for the violation.
  • Agency Assist – Orwell – A deputy assisted a DMV Law Enforcement officer on a traffic stop after it was discovered the individual had a warrant for their arrest due to 2 felony drug charges. The deputy transported the individual to the Courthouse in Middlebury to appear before a judge and then they were transported to jail.
  • Violation of Conditions of Release – Bristol – During an investigation, it was discovered that an individual had violated their Court ordered conditions of release by contacting another individual they were ordered not to. A citation was issued to the offender to appear in court at a later date.

THURSDAY 02-17-22

  • Conducted Patrols in 10 towns. Traffic stops were conducted for motor vehicle violations with warnings and/ or tickets issued.
  • Overweight Violation – Monkton – While on patrol on Silver St, the Commercial Motor Vehicle Enforcement deputy observed a Tractor Trailer operating on a weight-restricted road. The TT unit was stopped and did not have a permit to be operating on that road. The vehicle was weighed, and it was 13,000 lbs overweight. A ticket was issued for the violation.

FRIDAY 02-18-22

  • Conducted Patrols in 10 towns. Traffic stops were conducted for motor vehicle violations with warnings and/ or tickets issued.
  • Agency Assist – New Haven – Due to flooding, River Rd became impassible for vehicle traffic. Until the town could set up barricades shutting down the road, a deputy helped divert traffic by blocking the intersection of South St.
  • Overweight Violation – Monkton – While on patrol on Monkton Rd, the Commercial Motor Vehicle Enforcement deputy observed a Tractor Trailer operating on a weight restricted road. The TT unit was stopped and did not have a permit to be operating on that road. The vehicle was weighed, and it was 40,000 lbs overweight. A ticket was issued for the violation.

MONDAY – FRIDAY

  • Provided security at the Mahady Courthouse in Middlebury. This includes screening visitors as they enter the Courthouse and security in the Courtroom during hearings.
  • Several deputies served paperwork for Civil Process.

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