Archive - Mar 29, 2012
Opening day of trout season in Vermont is right around the corner. This year’s spring has been coming on as early as anybody can remember, with near record-setting warm March temperatures and a sugaring season that was finished about the date that last year’s season was just starting.
ADDISON COUNTY — On March 23 at about 11:45 a.m. Vermont State Police were notified of a 911 hang up call.
Through investigation troopers said they found that Jody Bartlett, 42, of Bristol had thrown a glass bottle out of his vehicle striking a neighbor’s mailbox; and that Bartlett continuously drove his vehicle past the complainant’s residence off Route 116 in Bristol honking his horn and yelling profanities.
Bartlett was cited to appear in Addison District Court to answer to the charges of disorderly conduct.
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited a juvenile for possession of marijuana at Middlebury Union Middle School on March 23. Police said a group of three students had allegedly smoked pot, consumed beer and smoked cigarettes prior to coming into school that day.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Took a drunken person with “medical issues” to Porter Hospital for evaluation on March 19.
VERGENNES — Vergennes police on March 24 cited a 22-year-old Northlands Job Corps student for providing alcohol to minors. The citation followed an incident in which police also gave court diversion paperwork to five Northlands students for alleged underage drinking.
Cited for the providing charge was Elliot Glacum of Bath, N.Y. Police said the incident started with a report at around 3:30 p.m. on Saturday that a male was lying on the ground near Otter Creek. When police arrived they said the person in question, a 20-year-old Northlands student, was also vomiting.
BRISTOL — Bristol police cited Rachael Cormicle, 26, of Bristol for false pretenses on March 13.
The police allege that on two occasions she had convinced cashiers at Shaw’s Supermarket that she had purchased items in the store that were faulty or not what she wanted, when, in actuality, she hadn’t actually purchased the items. The store gave her a $40 gift card on one occasion and a $70 gift card on another, said Police Chief Kevin Gibbs.