Vergennes Police Log: City man cited for driving under the influence of drugs

VERGENNES — Police on Aug. 31 cited a Vergennes resident for driving under the influence of drugs after stopping his car on School Street for erratic operation.
Russell Hulst, 57, was processed for DUI-drugs and also ticketed for driving with a civilly suspended license, police said.
In other incidents between Aug. 28 and Sept. 3, Vergennes police:
•  On Aug. 28 persuaded an upset teenage girl to go to Porter Hospital and meet with Counseling Service of Addison County personnel.
•  On Aug. 29 called the Vergennes Animal Hospital on behalf of a Whispering Pines Campground resident whose cat was missing.
•  On Aug. 30 cited Timothy J. Williams, 28, of Bridport for driving with a criminally suspended license at a West Main Street traffic stop.
•  On Aug. 30 stepped up patrols on Comfort Hill after complaints of speeding.
•  On Aug. 30 accepted keys that a resident found on Main Street.
•  On Sept. 1 helped a car owner get into a locked vehicle on Panton Road.
•  On Sept. 1 helped the Vergennes Area Rescue Squad on South Maple Street with a woman who had apparently overdosed on prescription drugs.
•  On Sept. 1 checked out a report of fireworks on the city docks, but found no one.
•  On Sept. 2 went to First Street when a resident said she had picked up a loose dog; its owner had retrieved it by the time police arrived.
•  On Sept. 2 helped a Department of Motor Vehicles officer at a Shoreham traffic stop.
•  On Sept. 2 went to help Vermont State Police at a Panton family fight; all was calm when city police arrived. 

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