Vergennes Police Log: Chance meeting results in citations
VERGENNES — An encounter with the Vergennes Police Department’s Drug Recognition Expert in a city convenience store led to multiple charges for a Vergennes woman on May 11.
Police allege that Kathleen Ayers, 48, showed signs of impairment when she ran into the DRE at the Small City Market that Friday. The DRE alleged that Ayers then failed sobriety testing, and Ayers, who allegedly drove to the store, was cited for Driving Under the Influence of Drugs, third offense; driving with a criminally suspended license; and violating conditions of release.
In other action between May 7 and 13 Vergennes police:
On May 7 cited three Northlands Job Corps students for larceny for the alleged theft of $740 from a Northlands employee. cited were Keon Carter, 19, of Waterbury, Conn.; Killian Melecio, 18, of Fieldsboro, N.J.; and Roy Angus, 20, of Hartford, Conn.
On May 8:
• Calmed a man and woman arguing at a Hillside Drive apartment and stood by while the man retrieved belongings; Vermont State Police assisted and drove the man to a Ferrisburgh home.
• Investigated a possible assault at Northlands in which an employee who tried to calm two arguing students allegedly was pushed by one of the students, a female; the employee told police she was not pushed, but felt threatened, and the student was expelled.
On May 9:
• Responded to a report of a dog left in a hot car in the Shaw’s Supermarket parking lot; police said windows and a sunroof had been left open.
• Calmed an arguing divorcing couple at a Thomas Circle residence.
• Dealt with a two-car accident at the intersection of Main and Green streets.
• Searched near a South Maple Street home after a resident heard someone on his rear steps at about 11 p.m., but found no one.
• Dealt with a loose-dog complaint near the intersection of School Street and Mountain View Lane.
On May 10:
• Cited John C. Stokes Jr. for driving under the influence, test refusal, following a traffic stop on South Water Street.
• Calmed two John Graham Shelter residents arguing outside the building.
• Calmed a separated couple arguing about child seats during a child custody exchange.
• Spoke to a man who had stopped his car on South Water Street and was talking to young children; childcare workers reported he had done so more than once and acted suspiciously.
• Backed up state police at an accident at the junction of Route 7 and Monkton Road that involved a truck and two cars.
• Calmed a resident of Valley Vista who felt suicidal and called for help from the center’s parking lot.
• Looked into a report of an assault at the John Graham Shelter and determined that a resident had refused to turn over a crockpot from her room that is against center rules and employees had had to pull it away from her, thus no assault had occurred.
On May 11:
• Went to check a dog reported to be left in a car with windows rolled up on Main Street. Police said it was 48 degrees out and the car’s sunroof was open.
• Took a report of a fender-bender in the Shaw’s parking lot.
• Checked on the welfare of a city resident; she was not at home, but police reached her by phone in Burlington and determined she was OK.
• Took a report that $33 had been stolen from a Main Street apartment.
On May 12 found a vehicle that state police were seeking after it allegedly caused property damage in Panton and alerted troopers, who came in and took the vehicle and driver back to the scene of the property damage.
On May 13 took a report from Northlands that two pairs of sneakers had been taken from a box belonging to a student who had been dismissed from the program.
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