Vermont State Police Log for Dec. 9

ADDISON COUNTY — Vermont State Police cited out-of-staters for driving under the influence in Addison County in separate incidents this past week.

In the first incident, troopers received a report on Dec. 2 at a little after 11 a.m. of a man slurring his speech and unable to walk properly at a Route 7 convenience store in New Haven. The man left the store and drove southbound on Route 7, authorities were told.

Police caught up with the man’s vehicle headed southbound on Route 30 in Middlebury and stopped it after seeing a violation. While speaking with the driver, identified as Francis Schaub, 35, of Astoria, NY., troopers alleged they saw signs of impairment. They then screened Schaub and cited him for DUI.

Middlebury police assisted state police on the scene.

About 25 hours later, at just after midnight on Dec. 4, state police received a report of a vehicle unable to maintain its lane on Route 7 in Ferrisburgh. Troopers found and stopped the vehicle on Main Street in Vergennes. They identified the driver as James Dunleavy, 24, of Denver, Colo.

As in the last case, troopers detected signs of impairment while speaking with the driver. Police screened and cited Dunleavy for DUI. After processing at the state police barracks in New Haven, they released Dunleavy to the ACT 1 detox center in Burlington.

In a separate incident state police reported this week, on Nov. 25 a trooper stopped 32-year-old Joseph Lilly, who was described as homeless, on Court Street in Middlebury. Since then the trooper has attempted to contact Lilly again to issue him a citation for driving with a criminally suspended license, police report.

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