On Sept. 4, at approximately 8:30 p.m., officers from the Bristol Police Department and Addison County Sheriffs responded to a residence on Pine Street in Bristol for a report of a male subject who was experiencing a mental health crisis.
Put your cell phone down. Oct. 1 will be here before we know it, so it’s not too soon for drivers to learn what Vermont’s new handheld device law means for them.
On Aug. 27, Vermont State Police of the New Haven Barracks responded to the Lincoln Gap trailhead for a report of multiple car breaks.
On July 5, the Vermont State Police responded to Main Street in Orwell for a possible assault.
New search efforts will begin this month for the missing private jet that disappeared into Lake Champlain in the winter of 1971 that was carrying two crew members and three passengers. A new high-tech search using modern techniques, sophisticated side-scanning sonars, underwater vehicles and a submarine will take place.
Vermont State Police reproted that on July 16, between the time of 2:25 and 9:10 p.m., a vehicle owned by Sharon Clayton of Buskirk, N.Y., was broken into at the trailhead of Silver Lake...
On July 1, Vermont State Police reported to local news media that Cassandra Franklin of Ripton reported that her residence had been vandalized.
Vermont State Police blotter
On Monday, June 16, at approximately 4:19 p.m., members of the Vermont State Police, Rutland-West Side Office, investigated a simple assault that occurred in Poultney.
Vermont State Police are investigating the June 9 theft of money from a hiker on the Long Trail in the Town of Lincoln. The victim was camping at the Battell Shelter on the Long Trail and he had set up his campsite to rest for the evening.
On May 24, at approximately 2:27 a.m., troopers from the Vermont State Police Rutland Barracks conducted a motor vehicle stop on Grove Street in the Town of Rutland.
On May 30, at approximately 8:01 a.m., the Vermont State Police Rutland received a 911 call regarding a dead body, located near the Proctor hydroelectric plant in Proctor. Members from the Vermont State Police, along with and members of Rutland County Sheriff's Department responded to the scene.
The annual Vermont Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics passed through Rutland and Addison counties May 30. The run is a series of four relay-style running events, beginning in the four corners of our state.