The Middlebury Select Board had a lengthy discussion Nov 10 with representatives of the Bicycle Ordinance Working Group regarding its latest draft titled, "An Ordinance for the Safe Operation of Bicycles and Other Rideable Devices".
Burlington Police Cpl. Ethan Thibault returned to work at the Burlington Police Department nearly three weeks ago after being placed on administrative leave. Thibault, who joined the department more than a decade ago, was arrested by the Vermont State Police in September, charged with domestic assault. The charges stem from reports that Thibault, a resident of Hinesburg, assaulted his then-girlfriend, Whitney Dubie.
On Nov. 16, Vermont State Police in New Haven received a telephone call from the Union County Sheriff’s Department in Ohio.
The Ferrisburgh woman involved in a fatal bicycle accident this summer that killed a respected Charlotte physician received probation and must perform 80 hours of community service in the wake of a court hearing that were punctuated by emotion.
On Nov. 16, Vermont State Police in Royalton were notified of an overdue deer hunter in Rochester, Vt. The hunter was identified as Charles Emerson of Essex, Vt. Emerson is 86 years old and was hunting alone along Bingo Road in Rochester.
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The Vermont State Police in New Haven are investigating the burglary of a residence located on Route 74 in Shoreham.
The Vermont State Police responded to the Marble Valley Regional Correctional Center in Rutland and arrested inmate Matthew F. Foster, 29, of Rutland, for simple assault.
On Nov. 11 at approximately 8:31 p.m., members of Regional Ambulance Service, Clarendon Volunteer Fire Department, and the Vermont State Police responded to U.S. Route 7 near the intersection with North Shrewsbury Road for a report of a two vehicle crash with unknown injuries.
Castleton University football player Noel Charbonnier, 18, was in Rutland court Nov. 9 to plead innocent regarding an assault charge made over the weekend.
A fight along West River Road in Lincoln led to the arrest of three individuals on Nov. 4, according to the Vermont State Police.
On Nov. 4, at approximately 1:20 a.m., Vermont State Police from the Rutland Barracks were conducting routine traffic patrol. While traveling through Rutland City, a trooper spotted a vehicle without a validation sticker present on its registration, which is a motor vehicle civil violation.
On Nov. 4, at approximately 2:32 a.m., members of the Fair Haven Rescue Squad were returning from a trip to the hospital and contacted the Vermont State Police when they observed an attempted theft in progress at the Green Mountain Credit Union, located at 3141 Cold River Rd., in Rutland Town.
Vermont State Police in Rutland and Fair Haven Police Department are investigating a series of gasoline drive-offs in West Rutland and Fair Haven.
Vermont State Police and local law enforcement officers reported that a man with a pellet gun was seen walking near Vergennes Union High School sometime after 9 a.m. on Nov. 2.