Middlebury police cited Ariel Goddard, 31, of Woodstock for driving under the influence (second offense), leaving the scene of an accident and reckless endangerment, following an investigation into a reported hit-and-run accident in the Jackson Lane area on April 11.
Vermont State Police troopers operating out of the New Haven barracks said they issued two drunken driving citations between April 12 and 19.
Vergennes Police Sgt. Jason Ouellette on the morning of Monday, April 4, possibly saved the life of a woman who was walking in morning traffic in the middle of Route 7 in New Haven near the bridge over the New Haven River.
Middlebury police launched an investigation into what police are describing as a “possible assault involving three students” on April 5.
April 9 was a bad day for Brian Sheldon. The 41-year-old Middlebury resident was cited twice by Vermont State Police in two separate incidents that Saturday.
Vergennes police cited two Middlebury men for driving under the influence of alcohol on New Haven Road this past Saturday morning.
Middlebury police recovered street signs on April 1 that police said had been stolen by some Middlebury College students. Police informed college officials of the incident.
On a cold and slippery March 28, Vermont State Police were busy with some tractor-trailer crashes that closed Route 22A for hours.
Vergennes police last week cited a 12-year-old girl into court for two separate incidents earlier last months in which the juvenile allegedly made a total of $2,100 in unauthorized online purchases.
Middlebury police on March 21 assisted Middlebury Union Middle School staff with a student causing damage within the school building on March 21.
Vermont State Police last week wrapped up a three-month investigation into a suspected case of cruelty to a Bridport child.
On March 19, Bristol police responded to a report of a family fight on Morgan Horse Lane and arrested Jeannette Marcum, 45, of Bristol, citing her for domestic assault.
A Ticonderoga, N.Y., man, who police say was impaired by multiple drugs when he crossed the centerline on Route 22A in Addison and killed a South Burlington woman in a head-on car crash three years ago, has been sentenced to two years in prison.
Vergennes police on March 17 cited a 20-year-old Hyde Park resident for driving under the influence of alcohol.
Middlebury police helped a Route 7 North resident with a visitor who had refused to leave his home during the evening of March 14. Police said both men were “heavily intoxicated.”