Lt. Danoski resumes command of New Haven barracks

NEW HAVEN — Vermont State Police Lt. Jeff Danoski last week resumed command of the VSP’s New Haven barracks after spending five months as the interim leader of the force’s Rutland headquarters.
Danoski was pressed into service in Rutland last fall after then-Lt. Michael Studin was placed on temporary paid leave on Oct. 29, 2018, as part of an Internal Affairs Office investigation into an incident reported in Bennington County the day before, according to the Rutland Herald.
The incident under investigation allegedly keyed on an off-duty rookie trooper from the Rutland barracks who was discovered passed out at the wheel of his private car behind Cumberland Farms on Northside Drive in Bennington at about 6:30 a.m. Oct. 28, 2018, the Herald reported.
Adam Silverman, the VSP’s public information officer, has confirmed Studin’s recent demotion and reassignment to the Royalton barracks.
In a related move this past Monday, state police confirmed the promotion of Detective Sgt. Michael Dion to lieutenant. He is the new commander of the VSP’s Rutland barracks.Dion served briefly as a sergeant at the New Haven barracks in 2014-2015.
State Police Sgt. Matthew Daley led the New Haven barracks during Danoski’s absence.

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