ADDISON COUNTY — Vermont State Police last week responded to a couple of one-car crashes that were attributed to winter road conditions.
On March 5 at 6:14 p.m. troopers were called to a one-car crash on Route 125 in Hancock. Police said a driver of a pickup truck lost control when he went over a frost heave at 40-45 mph. The truck slid on some ice, struck a snow bank and overturned.
Francis Goodwin, 57, of Graysville was taken to Gifford Medical Center to be evaluated for neck pain.
VERGENNES — Following a Sunday bad check case, Vergennes police are advising business owners and employees to be careful about accepting checks, especially for amounts in excess of purchase prices.
Police Chief George Merkel cautioned businesses to accept checks only from familiar people or accounts, advice he offered after a Main Street business accepted a bad check for food that was never picked up.
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police responded to a report of a stabbing on Court Street on March 4. Police determined that the complainant had not been stabbed but had actually injured himself.
Police got some mental health counseling for the complainant.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Separated a Court Street couple engaged in a heated verbal argument on March 4.