November 12th, 2014
BRISTOL — Bristol police on Nov. 5 detained a New Haven man who had a warrant out for his arrest from New Hampshire.
Grafton County, N.H., prosecutors allege that Ryan Oliver Sprigg, 31, committed a felony drug offense. Police said Sprigg failed to show up for a scheduled court hearing Oct. 10, prompting the judge to issue a warrant for his arrest.
Bristol police caught up with Sprigg around 10:30 a.m. on Nov. 5 and held him without bail.
VERGENNES — Alcohol incidents kept Vergennes police busy between Nov. 3 and 9, including one case of driving under the influence of alcohol and two incidents this past Sunday in which city police took intoxicated women into protective custody before they were taken to Porter Hospital.
ADDISON COUNTY — Two young men were seriously injured on Thursday, Nov. 6, in a car crash on Weybridge Road in Weybridge. Vermont State Police are tentatively attributing the cause of the crash to distracted driving.
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police got medical help for a girl who had become very intoxicated at what police called an underage drinking party at a Kings Row residence on Nov. 6. Police said the girl had been taken into an East Middlebury home after having been found unresponsive lying in a muddy driveway.
The girl was ultimately taken to Porter Hospital by Middlebury Regional EMS, and the girl’s parents were notified. Police at this point have announced no actions against anyone involved in the case.
MONKTON — Vermont State Police are seeking the public’s help in finding a 14-year-old boy who has been missing from his Monkton home since Tuesday afternoon.
Wayne LaRose was last seen at his home at around 2:50 p.m. on Nov. 11, according to VSP Trooper Adria Pickin. He left the home on foot after having been involved in an argument with his stepmother, according to police.
LaRose is believed to be in the Monkton, Bristol, Vergennes or Starksboro areas.
The Addison Independent is proud to publish the Students of the Week from area High Schools each week. The students are chosen by teachers and administration from each school who would like to recognize their exceptional engagement in the high schools they attend.
MIDDLEBURY — John Rizner wasn’t getting much out of high school in West Dudley, Mass., back in 1946. So he quit school and decided to get a tutorial from Uncle Sam, which turned into a 22-year-lesson with the United States Army that included a lot of international travel and service during two wars.