On July 6, at approximately 2:30 a.m., Vermont State Police received a E911 call from a motorist who stated their vehicle was disabled on Route 103, in the area of Mount Holly, Vermont.
Thanks to effort of two students of Mt. Abraham Union High School, under the guidance of members of the Addison County Opiate Treatment Committee, a new website will help educate young people about the dangers of opiate drugs.
On Thursday, July 2, 10 a.m.,in the House Chamber at Vermont's Statehouse in Montpelier, Vermont State Police Director Col. Tom L'Esperance will take the opportunity to publicly recognize and congratulate employees of the Department for acts of heroism and community service.
Close to two dozen windows at Champlain Valley Union High School and three windows of cars at NRG Systems were damaged during the weekend of June 27-28, according to Hinesburg Police.
On June 30, the Vermont State Police conducted a car stop on a 2006 Jeep Wrangler traveling southbound on Route 22a in Addison.
The Vermont State Police will be on the roads, statewide, for Operation Combined Accident Reduction Effort (Operation CARE) to provide additional traffic enforcement over the Fourth of July weekend. Patrols and safety checkpoints will be based on a carefully focused analytical review of fatal crashes in Vermont.
Holly Gonyeau will have to wait an additional 14 days for her day in court.
Members of the Middlebury Select Board voted to adopt a new town policy governing the use of conducted electrical weapons (CEW), referred to as brand-name TASER, by Middlebury Police officers.
Vermont State Police responded to a call on Hollow Road in Monkton June 24. Troopers located Tara Tower, 37, of Monkton. She had an active arrest warrant for being out of Rutland County.
Recently, the Vermont State Police conducted a motor vehicle stop on North Pleasant Street in Middlebury after observing a traffic violation.
On June 10, a passerby reported something floating in the New Haven River in the area of Bartlett Falls that appeared to look like a body.
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A Russian-language advertisement offering services for illegal immigrants in the New York City area is drawing Ukrainian and Georgian foreign nationals to obtain driver’s privilege cards in Vermont, one of just 10 states offering formal identification cards to undocumented immigrants.
Due to the increased staffing requirements placed on Vermont State Police troopers in response to the Dannemora, N.Y., prison-break situation, Scott Waterman, Vermont State Police public information officer, told reporters that tomorrow’s VSP Awards and Promotions Ceremony scheduled for 10 a.m. at the Vermont State House has been cancelled.
At approximately 8 p.m. June 10, the Vermont State Police was contacted by the Kansas Highway Patrol about an incident possibly involving murder suspect Jason Kendall of Windsor, who is being sought for second-degree murder in the homicide of Molly Helland.
Law enforcement authorities expanded the search for two convicted New York killers to Vermont.