Shelburne Police Log

The Shelburne News recently received details for the following entries which were omitted from previous logs.

July 5
5 a.m. Officers performed a traffic stop at Shelburne Road and Harbor Road. The driver initially provided a false name, but was determined to be Roberto Gines-Reyes, 36, of St. Albans, whose license was criminally suspended. Gines-Reyes was cited to appear in Vermont Superior Court, Criminal Division, to answer to the charges of Driving with License Suspended and False Information to a Police Officer.

July 11
2 p.m. Shelburne Police assisted Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office with a fraud investigation on Cheesefactory Road in Shelburne.

July 12
6:04 a.m. At a traffic stop on Bostwick Road and Wake Robin Drive, police found a driver with a suspended license. Police issued Thomas Worden, 23, of Graniteville, a citation for driving with license suspended.
4:47 p.m. A caller wanted a guest removed from the property at Countryside Motel on Shelburne Road.

July 13
10:30 p.m. At a traffic stop on Bostwick Road, police found a driver they believed to be impaired. Matthew Killoy, 25, of Franklin, Mass., was issued a citation for driving under the influence and released.

July 15
6:29 p.m. At a traffic stop in Charlotte on Ethan Allen Highway at Crosswind Drive, police found driver Thomas Dineen, 53, of South Glens Falls, N.Y. to be impaired. Dineen was taken to the police station, cited for Driving Under the Influence and transported to detox.

July 21-27
46 traffic violations
19 medical calls
12 miscellaneous complaints
5 minor vehicle accidents
4 loose dogs returned home
3 false fire alarms
3 burglar alarms
1 accidental 911 call

July 21
12:07 a.m. Police checked out a report of a person on an ATV racing up and down Bishop and Beaver Creek roads but could not find the ATV or the driver.
3:48 p.m. Police are investigating a theft from Modern Design on Shelburne Road.
5:16 p.m. Police enjoyed music as they patrolled during a Shelburne Museum concert.
6:18 p.m. Police enforced traffic safety in the Hullcrest neighborhood.
6:56 p.m. Police checked on a dog inside a car at Shelburne Museum. The dog was OK.
7:36 p.m. Police stopped Jonathan Murry, 21, of Burlington, driving on Shelburne Road and issued him a citation for driving with license suspended.
8:29 p.m. Police went to Pond Road where a cow was in the middle the road; they returned the cow to its owner, who returned it to the pasture.
10:21 p.m. Police checked out a report of someone driving erratically on Shelburne Road, but they couldn’t find the driver.
11:05 p.m. Police responded to a noise disturbance on Penny Lane. The residents turned down their music when asked.

July 22
1:13 a.m. A man on Riverdale Road reported hearing people in his barn but when police arrived, they could not find anyone.
7:13 a.m. Police spotted an individual walking a dog off-leash at Bay Park and spoke to the person about leashing their dog.
11:21 a.m. Police went to Countryside Motel on Shelburne Road to locate an individual for South Burlington Police but the person was no longer there.
2:03 p.m. Police checked out a tip that someone was possibly violating a court order at Countryside Motel but they could not find the individual.
4:27 p.m. Police enjoyed music as they patrolled during a Shelburne Museum concert.
6:20 p.m. Shelburne Fire assisted Vermont Air National Guard Fire at an aircraft emergency at Burlington International Airport. No injuries were reported.
7:22 p.m. Police found a dog unattended in a hot car and warned the owners.
9:49 p.m. Police stopped Spencer Allen, 35, of Denver, Colo., on Bostwick Road and charged him with driving under the influence. He was taken into custody for processing and then transported to detox. Allen was cited to appear in Vermont Superior Court, Criminal Division.
10:25 p.m. At Shelburne Museum, police were asked to check on a woman who possibly was intoxicated and carrying a child. Officers located the woman, checked on the welfare of the child, and released both to a responsible adult.

July 23
8:12 a.m. A woman called to report damage done to her car while she was in Shelburne.
9:37 a.m. Police ran a driver safety check on a new rescue member for Charlotte Rescue.
1:07 p.m. Someone reported a possible homeless camp in a wooded area off Shelburne Road but police could not find anyone there.
7:17 p.m. Police were called about a dispute between a visitor at Countryside Motel and management.
7:37 p.m. Police tried to serve court papers to an individual living on Falls Road but discovered the person no longer lives there.

July 24
7:33 a.m. Police were called to Pond Road about cows out of their pasture but the animals were not in the road when officers arrived.
3:05 p.m. A woman on Harbor Road reported cash stolen from her purse while at work.
3:23 p.m. Shelburne Rescue assisted South Burlington Rescue by transporting someone to the hospital from the Hannaford store on Hannaford Drive in South Burlington.
4:09 p.m. Animal control was notified about a reported dog bite that happened a while ago on Morse Drive.
5:08 p.m. Police had to contact a vehicle owner to remove their car from where it was parked along Harbor Road near the causeway.
8:00 p.m. Police took a fraud report from an individual on Birch Road who said they received a phone call from someone who misrepresented themselves as a “prosecutor,” leading the victim to believe a relative needed assistance.
11:22 p.m. Police went to Maple Leaf Lane where a resident there reported a neighbor behaving erratically but everything appeared OK to the officers.
11:35 p.m. A resident on Nashville Road reported loud, explosive noises coming from the wooded area near Nashville Road. Shelburne Police located two people in a tent with fireworks. The campers reported that someone had come down to the woods and threw fireworks at their tent. There were no injuries.

July 25
12:03 p.m. An individual on Woodbine Road complained to police about a barking dog. The issue was resolved when police arrived.
11:52 a.m. Shelburne Police were assisted by Hinesburg Police and a Vermont State Police K-9 unit in finding two teenaged boys – one each from Charlotte and Burlington – who were cited to appear in Family Court for unlawful trespass into a home on Rabbit Road.

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