Vermont State Police: Leicester woman cited for DUI-2
ADDISON COUNTY — At around 1:30 a.m. on Nov. 22, Vermont State Police were notified of a motor vehicle crash in the town of Pittsford. Upon their arrival, troopers found that the driver of the car, identified as 25-year-old Lyndsay Davignon of Leicester, was being treated by rescue personal.
During the course of the investigation, troopers observed that Davignon exhibited signs of alcohol impairment. Davignon was taken to Rutland Regional Medical Center to be treated for her injuries and processed for driving under the influence. Davignon was cited for DUI, second offense.
Vermont State Police were assisted in this case by Pittsford fire and rescue personnel, Brandon Rescue Squad, and Rutland Regional Medical Center.
In other recent activity, Vermont State Police:
• On Nov. 19 and 20 looked for speeders and other lawbreakers in two directed patrols in Addison County. On Monday, Nov. 19, between 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. conducted a high-visibility, directed patrol on Route 7 in the area of Holman Road in Salisbury to, among other things, promote public safety on Vermont highways. Police made contact with the drivers of 13 cars and issued seven tickets and seven warnings. In addition, two vehicles were towed due to defective equipment and insurance related matters respectively.
During the afternoon of Nov. 19 and morning of Nov. 20, troopers from the New Haven barracks conducted saturation patrols Lincoln. Police stopped 13 cars for various traffic law violations and issued 11 warnings and nine traffic tickets.
On the day before Thanksgiving, Nov. 21, one of the busiest travel days of the year; state police began Operation C.A.R.E. (Combined Accident Reduction Effort) and the Governor’s Highway Safety Thanksgiving Click it or Ticket Campaign.
In support of these campaigns troopers from New Haven conducted roving saturation patrols throughout Addison County between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. They stopped 83 cars for various traffic law violations, issued 39 written warnings and 51 traffic tickets. Troopers also make one arrest for driving with a criminally suspended license and violation of conditions of release.
The Vermont State Police would like to remind motorists to always Buckle Up.
• On Nov. 20 at 7:34 p.m. stopped a motor vehicle on Main Street in Vergennes after observing several motor vehicle violations. Police cited the driver, identified as Joshua Porter, 23, of Bethel, for driving with a criminally suspended license, and also issued tickets for being a person required to register and for driving without liability insurance.
• On Nov. 22 at approximately 2 p.m. stopped a motor vehicle on North Street in New Haven after observing several traffic violations and cited Codey Paquin, 26, of Ferrisburgh for driving with a criminally suspended license.
• On Nov. 23, in support of Operation C.A.R.E and the Governor’s Highway Safety Thanksgiving Click it or Ticket Campaign, members of the New Haven state police barracks conducted a saturation patrol on Route 7 in New Haven, stopping 11 vehicles for various traffic law violations, writing eight warnings and issuing three traffic tickets.