April 16th, 2014
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Union High School girls’ tennis team took a pair of matches from visiting Lake Region on Monday, one the teams’ regularly scheduled contest and the other a match that both programs agreed to play there and then rather than have MUHS visit Lake Region on Saturday.
The Tigers breezed — a fair way to describe their victories in winds gusting up to 30 mph — in both matches, prevailing by scores of 6-1, 7-0.
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury College men’s lacrosse team won two out of three recent games, including its fifth straight NESCAC contest, to improve to 7-6 overall, 5-3 in league play.
The Panthers’ 15-4 victory at Trinity (3-9, 1-7 NESCAC) on Saturday moved them into a fourth-place tie in league play with two NESCAC games left in the regular season. The Panthers travel to Colby on Saturday.
VERGENNES — Vergennes police on April 7 cited a Ferrisburgh resident for reckless endangerment for allegedly accidentally firing his rifle inside his Basin Harbor Road apartment, an action that resulted in a bullet passing through the outside wall of his home and through the outside wall of a neighboring home before lodging in a shower.
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police cited Jeffrey A. Kimball, 38, of Saco, Maine, for driving under the influence, following a stop on Weybridge Street on April 12.
Police said Kimball was also found to be a fugitive of justice from Maine.
Kimball was lodged, for lack of bail, at the Marble Valley Correctional Center, according to police.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
ADDISON COUNTY — On April 12 at 1:22 a.m. Vermont State Police responded to a report of a vehicle off the roadway on Weybridge Road in Weybridge. The trooper reported that when he arrived at the scene he saw Jared Litch, 23, of Middlebury attempting to pull a vehicle belonging to Marissa Friend, 23, of Bristol back onto the roadway.
BRISTOL — The Bristol selectboard on Monday received an update on the town green playground project, filled a town office vacancy and adopted an unbiased policing policy drafted by Police Chief Kevin Gibbs.
Gibbs also commended one of the department’s officers for the officer’s role in the recent arrest of a knife-wielding alleged robber.
Recreation Director Darla Senecal and playground committee members Krista Siringo and Jill Kopel presented the update on the Bristol Green Playground Project.
BRISTOL — The Mount Abraham Union High School board has picked a new principal for the school.
Gaynell J. Lyman will take over for Andy Kepes on July 1. Lyman, who earned her bachelor’s degree at the University of Vermont, has spent her career to date at a large school district in Henrico, Va.