Brandon Police Department is investigating a hoax where the suspect impersonated an employee and threatened to shoot up the Hannaford Supermarket in Brandon.
While on patrol, officers observed a child in diapers climbing a fence near a busy intersection on Conant Square.
BPD received a call regarding a suspicious female at the Jiffy Mart on Grove Street who was asking to purchase 50 cents in gas “to clean her bong.”
The Brandon Police Department conducted a business property watch at Mallory’s Automotive on Forest Dale Road.
A passing motorist contacted Brandon Police on the morning of Jan. 16 to report a woman sitting on a guard rail on Route 73 in the area between the Junction Store and the Goshen line, and having some type of mental health crisis.
In the past two weeks Brandon Police have had their share of domestic disputes, mental health issues and theft reports, along with an embezzlement.
The week began for Brandon Police with an early morning domestic assault at a home on Union Street on Dec. 12.
Police were occupied with several domestic disturbances in the past week, two of them resulting in arrests.
The dogs, whose owners are still unknown, were transported to the Addison County Human Society and were found to be friendly, although scared, tired, and malnourished.
A 12-year-old student came to the police station to report that they had been assaulted in the bathroom at the school a few hours prior and that several students were videotaping and cheering on the assault as it occurred.