Wednesday, September 17 2014

Category: Police Log

Vermont Supreme Court Rules On Pre-Trial DNA Collection

Vermont Supreme Court Rules On Pre-Trial DNA Collection

For the past three years suspects being arraigned on felony charges at courthouses across Vermont have routinely been ordered to give a sample of their DNA in the form of a cotton ...

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State Police: Pick Up Your Cows In Sharon

State Police: Pick Up Your Cows In Sharon

The state police are asking the owner of two cows roaming near the Interstate 89 northbound rest area in Sharon to come and collect their livestock. ...

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Police Investigate Pomfret Robbery

Police Investigate Pomfret Robbery

Police are investigating several items that were stolen from a barn sometime last week on Old Kings Highway in Pomfret. ...

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Police: Man Falls Asleep, Crashes Into Guard Rail In Killington

Police: Man Falls Asleep, Crashes Into Guard Rail In Killington

Traffic was reduced to one lane in Killington Saturday morning after a driver fell asleep at the wheel and crashed into a guardrail, according to Vermont State Police. ...

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Three Injured In Springfield Shooting, Police Have Two Suspects

Three Injured In Springfield Shooting, Police Have Two Suspects

State police say two suspects are in custody and they’re questioning a third person of interest in connection with a shooting in Springfield. ...

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Woodstock Man Pleads Not Guilty For Role In Fatal Accident

Woodstock Man Pleads Not Guilty For Role In Fatal Accident

Despite entreaties by the mother of the victim to essentially let the matter drop, the legal process moved inexorably forward this week against a Woodstock man who was allegedly.. ...

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Village Police: Winter Parking Ban Reminder

Village Police: Winter Parking Ban Reminder

It’s that time of year again. The Winter Parking Ban starts Nov. 15. In addition to this release, WPD will be placing fliers on vehicles parked on the streets over night for the n ...

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Teens Plead Innocent To Hartland Vandalism

Teens Plead Innocent To Hartland Vandalism

Timmothy Murphy, 18, of Hartland pleaded innocent to a felony charge of unlawful mischief and to a misdemeanor count of providing false information to a police officer while his f ...

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Charges Reduced For Driver In Fatal Horse Accident

Charges Reduced For Driver In Fatal Horse Accident

The Bridgewater man who hit a horseback rider on Route 106 in March struck a plea agreement Wednesday morning that resulted in a suspended sentence and a permanent surrender of hi ...

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Police To Make Multiple Drug Arrests

Police To Make Multiple Drug Arrests

Police are launching one of the largest drug arrest sweeps in Vermont Wednesday. Police will be on the lookout for 36 defendants for the distribution and sale of illicit drugs... ...

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