On Aug. 23, at 3 p.m., Vermont State Police conducted a traffic stop for speeding on U.S. Route 7 in Salisbury.
On Sept. 18, the Vermont State Police responded to Oak Hill Lane in Leicester for a reported violation of an abuse prevention order. The Brandon Police Department also assisted at the scene.
Vermont State Police troopers were called to the Hannaford Supermarket located at 318 U.S. Route 7 in Rutland Town Sept. 22 for a reported shoplifter in custody with the store’s loss prevention coordinator.
On Sept. 19, the Vermont State Police responded to a theft of a motorcycle on Route 30 in Whiting.
Call it a case of mistaken identity. Shelburne Police officials said that John Dettor, 59, of Washington, D.C., broke into the law-enforcement building last week during night-time hours. Dettor told authorities he thought he was looking for a warm place to spend the night and that he thought he was breaking into a school.
On Sept. 21, the Vermont State Police Clandestine Lab Team executed a search warrant on a residence located at 9 River St. in Proctor.
On Sept. 21, Vermont State Police responded to the Addison County Fair & Field Days fairgrounds for an assault call. When troopers arrived it was discovered that the victim, Joshua Bird, 35, of Franklin had been taken by ambulance to Fletcher Allen Hospital with a severe head injury.
Senior Trooper Cari Crick of the Vermont State Police Troop C at New Haven reported that runaway Addison County juveniles Damon Tower and Wayne Larose have been located.
Prescription drugs among stolen items
On Sept. 16, Vermont State Police troopers were advised of a burglary that took place on Raymond Hill Road in Orwell. State Police met with the victim, who advised that the following items were stolen...
Trooper's name to be revealed today
The investigation into yesterday’s shooting incident continues. Preliminary investigation revealed that at approximately 8:26 p.m., the Shelburne Dispatch Center received a 911 call from an adult male subject, later identified as Norman Michaud, 56, of Bristol, threatening suicide with a gun in Bristol.
Vermont State Police at New Haven have received multiple reports from victims of car break-ins at local hiking trailheads.
On Sept. 15, Vermont State Police were advised of a theft that occurred at the Silver Lake parking area in Salisbury.
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.