Letter to the editor: Elmore exhibits high level of maturity and leadership

Mike is one of the most honest and genuine people I have ever met. I have never once seen Mike waver from his values in any way.

Letter to the editor: Elmore has proven himself

I hope you will join me in supporting Michael Elmore for Addison County sheriff in the upcoming Aug. 9 Vermont Primary election.

Letter to the editor: Elmore is a good choice for sheriff

As spouse of a previous, long-term Sheriff, I have a very good understanding of what it takes to be successful in this role.

Letter to the editor: Holmes merits job as sheriff

Holmes has the education and background to do the right thing for the citizens of Addison County.

Two candidates square off in GOP primary for sheriff

Read about Mike Elmore and Ron Holmes, the two GOP candidates running for Addison County Sheriff

Elmore says he can hit the ground running

Addison County Sheriff’s Department Sgt. Michael Elmore is hoping area voters on Aug. 9 will give him a big boost toward becoming sheriff.

Holmes touts experience in law enforcement

Middlebury’s Ron Holmes learned a lot about the Addison County Sheriff’s Department during a 25-year run as a part-time deputy there.

Sheriff declines to step down after his arrest

Sheriff Peter Newton rebuffed multiple calls for his resignation, including from Addison County High Bailiff Dave Silberman, who’s limited authority includes serving in the sheriff’s stead if that person is in custody.

County’s Democratic legislators call on sheriff to resign

Lawmakers say legal cloud over Sheriff Newton is too dark and he must resign.

Editorial: Newton should resign — now

Sheriff Peter Newton, who was arrested Tuesday and charged with two counts of sexual assault, one count of domestic violence and one count of unlawful restraint, got a partial reprieve by Chittenden County Superior Court Judge John Pacht when the judge al … (read more)

State police arrest Addison County Sheriff Peter Newton

The sheriff is charged with sexual assault, second-degree unlawful restraint and domestic assault; high bailiff calls for Newton to resign.

Sheriff Newton says he will retire

Addison County Sheriff Peter Newton announced in an online video posted Sunday that he will not run for re-election this year and will retire from law enforcement when his term as sheriff ends next February.

State police investigate Sheriff Newton

The chief criminal investigator for the Vermont State Police said his agency is investigating a reported “domestic disturbance” at the Middlebury home of Addison County Sheriff Peter Newton in February.

Addison County sheriff defends his handling of body cam incident

MIDDLEBURY — At a press conference Wednesday morning called by Addison County Sheriff Peter Newton to provide his own “spin” on events relating to an “unprofessional conduct” complaint against him filed by the Brandon selectboard, and a separate complaint … (read more)

Sheriff Newton is target of a complaint

BRANDON — Elected officials in the Rutland County town of Brandon are defending their town manager from complaints lodged by Addison County Sheriff Peter Newton. And the Brandon selectboard is filing its own complaint against Newton.On Monday, the Brandon … (read more)