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Vermont State Police Log: Antique pedal cars stolen from home

ADDISON COUNTY — Vermont State Police were called to a home on Elm Point Road in Addison on Monday, July 9, to investigate a reported burglary.
The resident reported that three 1950s antique pedal cars were stolen from the basement of the residence.
Troopers are investigating, but initially said they had no suspects.
Anyone with information on this theft is asked to contact the New Haven state police barracks at 802-388-4919.
In other recent activity, VSP:
• On July 3 at 3:37 a.m. responded to Bridport where a tractor-trailer hauling logs northbound on Route 22A had overturned just south of the intersection with Cross Road. Police report that the driver of the big rig — Leon LaBonte, 48, of St. Sebastien, Quebec — felt the trailer with the logs begin to shift, and he tried to turn out of the shifting but could not. The trailer overturned, spilling multiple logs, several in the road but most off the roadway. The trailer came to rest across Route 22A, while the cab came to rest on its passenger side off the east side of the road. Police closed this section of Route 22A for a short time until the logs and the extensively damaged trailer were removed. Both the driver and a passenger were transported to Porter Hospital to be treated for non-incapacitating injuries. Both reported wearing their seatbelts.
The accident remains under investigation. Anyone with information in regard to this accident is encouraged to call VSP at 802-388-4919. Information can also be submitted anonymously online at www.vtips.info or text “CRIMES” (274637) to Keyword: VTIPS.
• On July 3 were called to investigate the theft of gas and gas cans from an unsecured garage in Lincoln. The estimated value of the property is $70. Anyone with information is asked to contact VSP.
• On July 3 at 5:47 p.m. stopped a vehicle driven on Maple Street in Salisbury by David Pratt, 31, of Stowe for defective equipment. Police ultimately cited Pratt for driving with a suspended license and issued him a written warning for defective equipment.
• On July 4 at 7:45 p.m. cited Guy S. Baker, 50, of Brandon for boating while intoxicated on Lake Bomoseen in Castleton.
• On July 7 at 6:51 p.m. received a report that a vehicle had run into a utility pole on Middle Hollow Road in Rochester. The driver, Rebekka Ward, 36, of Granville, told police she had swerved to miss a deer and went off the road striking the pole. Police charged her for driving under the influence of alcohol.
• On July 7 at 11 p.m. observed a truck westbound on Richville Road in Shoreham. The trooper reported that the truck was driving entirely in the wrong lane and was swerving from lane to lane until the vehicle reached Route 22A. The trooper put on his blue lights and siren, but the driver did not stop for approximately one mile. After the driver, identified as Nicholas Parent, 32, of Shoreham, finally stopped on Route 22A, police cited him for DUI and for careless and negligent driving. His blood alcohol content tested at 0.112 percent at the VSP barracks in New Haven; the legal limit for driving is 0.08 percent.
• On July 8 at approximately 4 p.m. responded to a report of a family fight at a residence on Cider Mill Road in Cornwall. The alleged assailant fled the residence and was located by Winooski police. They cited Aaron Hrynyszyn, 21, of Winooski for domestic assault.
• Last week completed an investigation concerning a report of negligent driving on Route 22A in Shoreham and at the parking lot of the Shoreham Service Center. Troopers said their investigation revealed that on June 30 at 6 a.m. Jerry A. Dunbar, 23, of Colchester was driving a motor vehicle in a careless and negligent manner by tailgating a motorist on Route 22A, intentionally crossing the double yellow center lines, doing doughnuts in the Shoreham Service Center parking lot, spinning his tires, and then speeding on Route 22A after leaving the parking lot. Police cited Dunbar for negligent driving and for driving with a criminally suspended license.
• While assisting the Bristol Police Department on July 9 at 2:08 a.m. stopped a car driven by Dyllinger J. Higbee, 26, of Monkton on Lincoln Road in Bristol. The trooper cited Higbee for driving under the influence.
• On July 9 at 10:10 p.m. stopped a vehicle driven by Alex Ramage, 23, of Florence on Route 7 in Salisbury for speeding. Police clocked him driving 67 mph in a 50 mph zone. Police also cited Ramage for possession of a misdemeanor amount of marijuana.

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