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Vermont Senate approves controversial gun control bill

Vermont Watchdog Report

A controversial bill that bans violent felons and mentally ill Vermonters from possessing a firearm passed a preliminary vote of 20 to 8 in the Senate on Wednesday.

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Vehicle stolen in Leicester

Sometime between March 24 and 25, a red 1998 Plymouth Neon belonging to Kayla Bronson, 30, of Rutland was stolen from a residence...

Driver stopped in Waltham

On March 21, the Vermont State Police conducted a motor vehicle stop on Green Street in Waltham after observation a traffic violation.

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Middlebury P.D. looking at Durst in search for missing 1971 student

Middlebury Police said that they are looking into a former cold case file that has involved Los Angeles murder suspect Robert Durst. Durst is heir to a multi-million dollar real estate fortune.

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Driver to appear in court

On March 24, at approximately 8:43 a.m., the Vermont State Police conducted a motor vehicle stop on Route 116 in Starksboro.

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Orwell man stopped

On March 23, at approximately 10:13 a.m., the Vermont State Police conducted a motor vehicle stop on Route 22A in Orwell.

Customer threw glass at employee

On March 12, at approximately 10:50 p.m., members of the Vermont State Police from the Rutland Barracks were advised of a call in Killington.

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Missing Shelburne woman found safely

A missing Shelburne woman was found about 24 hours after she was initially reported missing in Burlington.

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Inmate arrested in Rutland jail

The Vermont State Police responded to the Marble Valley Regional Correctional Center in Rutland and arrested Inmate Dean Marchand, 51, of Bennington, for transporting a regulated drug into a place of detention.

Vermont State Police investigating Ferrisburgh accident

On Feb. 25, Vermont State Police troopers from New Haven responded to a two-vehicle, injury crash at U.S. Route 7 and Stage Road in Ferrisburgh.

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Vermont Law Cadet program seeks donors

The Vermont American Legion Law Cadet Program is always looking for a few good cadet candidates—now the non-profit program is seeking the aid of a few good donors.

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Vergennes bank robbed

Members of the Vergennes Police Dept. and other law enforcement agencies are on the lookout for a person(s) who robbed the bank, apparently at knife point, March 13.

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State Police report Pittsford man violated court order

Vermont State Police troopers assigned to the Rutland State Police Barracks were notified through an anonymous tip, that Dennis Duby, 32, of Pittsford was violating court ordered conditions.

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Vermont State Police creates new crime fighting unit

The Vermont State Police announced the formation of a Major Crime Unit within the VSP Criminal Division today.