Vermont State Police log for Apr. 25

ADDISON COUNTY — A Leicester woman is scheduled to appear in Addison County Superior Court, Criminal Division, next month to answer charges that she spray painted signs in a Lake Dunmore neighborhood.
Vermont State Police were called to Kelsey Lane in Salisbury at around 8 a.m. on April 19 to look into vandalism complaints. Troopers found that one home’s garage door had been spray painted red. Two days later, on April 21, troopers responded to Kelsey Lane for another report of vandalism where a street sign and several private camp signs were also spray painted multiple times.
During the course of the investigation troopers learned of a possible suspect and vehicle description, and that her driver’s license is civilly suspended.
While troopers were on scene the suspect drove by so police stopped her vehicle. Police issued a traffic ticket to Lesley Bienvenue, 59, of Leicester for driving with a civilly suspended license, cited her for five counts of unlawful mischief and issued her multiple notices against trespass from Salisbury camp owners and a Leicester resident. Bienvenue is due to answer the changes on May 13.
In other recent activity, state police troopers:
•On April 16 at approximately 10 p.m. came into contact with Michael Webb, 23, of Bristol at a residence on Carterville Road in Bristol. Troopers were aware that Webb had a court order not to be at the residence, so they took him into custody, transported him to the New Haven barracks, cited him for violating an abuse protection order pursuant and lodged him at the Chittenden Regional Correctional Facility on $500 bail.
•On April 20 at around 4 a.m. were dispatched to a Bristol home to look into the report of an intoxicated individual inside of a residence. Police learned that the individual — identified as 39-year-old Travis Manning of Bristol —had an active warrant for his arrest. They took Manning into custody, transported him to the New Haven barracks for processing and lodged him at the Marble Valley Regional Correctional Center.
•On April 21 at approximately 10:45 p.m. saw a grey Honda Civic travelling northbound on Route 7 in Ferrisburgh at a high rate of speed. Police said the Honda passed another northbound vehicle and almost struck a southbound vehicle head on. The trooper recorded the vehicle’s speed at 86 mph in a posted 50 mph zone. Police stopped the car and cited Grant Goebel, 23, of Burlington for negligent driving and excessive speed. They also issued tickets for speeding and passing in an unsafe spot, with together care a waiver fine of $599 and five points on insurance.

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