ADDISON COUNTY — Vermont State Police responded to a call to a Ferrisburgh home late this past Saturday night and ended up putting a Ferrisburgh man in jail.
VERGENNES — Vergennes police early this past Saturday afternoon arrested and issued multiple citations to a Bristol woman they described as “severely intoxicated.”
After receiving a call just after 1 p.m. on March 21, police cited Tracey A. Cook, 37, for driving under the influence of alcohol, second offense; resisting arrest; disorderly conduct; and simple assault on a police officer. Police allege that her blood-alcohol content tested at 0.223 and lodged her at the Chittenden County Correctional Center.
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police said an unsolicited phone tip in 2012 about Robert Durst’s past ownership of a now-defunct local health food store led them to consider the New York real estate scion’s link to a Middlebury College student who disappeared in 1971 after having purchased some dried prunes at Durst’s business.
Meanwhile, the Addison Independent has learned that Durst lived in Ripton during his brief residency in Addison County, and the newspaper is reaching out to local people who knew him.
Because I have children who still live at home, and because the work I do does not (yet) contribute to our household expenses, the standard description for me is: “stay-at-home mom.”