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Feb. 25• At roughly 10:52 p.m., Vermont State Police obtained a number of stories of a automobile touring the unsuitable route on I-91. Troopers efficiently situated and stopped the automobile at mile marker 19 in Putney. The operator, William Nutter, 44, from Shirley, Mass., confirmed a number of indicators of impairment and was positioned below arrest for negligent operation and suspicion of DUI. Nutter was launched to Southern State Correctional Facility and was held until sober. Nutter was given a quotation to seem in Vermont Superior Court docket Windham Prison Division at a later date.
March 2• On Feb. 25 at roughly 5:50 p.m., the Vermont State Police have been suggested of a attainable violation of a reduction from abuse order. Upon additional investigation, it was decided that Jacob J. Reilly, 35, of Newfane, was in violation of a reduction from abuse order. Reilly was arrested and transported to the Westminster Barracks for processing. Reilly was subsequently launched and issued a quotation to seem in Vermont Superior Court docket, Windham Prison Division at a later date.
March 3• At roughly 12:12 p.m., Jillian Valerio, 26, of Brattleboro, was arrested by the Windham County Sheriff’s Workplace after the deputy noticed her automobile touring up behind him at 99 mph within the posted 65 mph velocity zone. Valerio was launched on a quotation to seem within the Windham Superior Court docket, Prison Division at a later date. She was additionally issued a ticket for extreme velocity, which carries a possible waiver penalty of $517.
March 5• At roughly 5 p.m., troopers from the Vermont State Police Westminster Barracks found a motorcar disabled on I-91 southbound, in Putney. Teresa R. Hughes, 43, of Lynx, Ohio was recognized as one of many operators of the automobile. Through the investigation troopers noticed Hughes to show indicators of impairment. Hughes was in the end taken into custody for driving below the affect and transported to the State Police Barracks in Westminster for processing. Whereas within the means of giving the opposite occupant of the automobile, 56-year-old Joseph L. Hughes, of Lynx, Ohio a courtesy experience, he too admitted to be in operation of the automobile and was decided to be intoxicated. Joseph Hughes was subsequently transported to the State Police Barracks in Westminster for processing. After processing, Teresa and Joseph Hughes have been issued separate citations to seem in Brattleboro Superior Court docket — Prison Division for driving below the affect.
• At about 6:09 p.m., the Keene, N.H., Police Division arrested William J. Cayton III, 27, of Jamaica, Vt., for driving with no legitimate license and a warrant.
March 6• At roughly 1:35 a.m., officers from the Brattleboro Police Division have been dispatched to a residence on Garfield Drive for a report of a topic that was uncontrolled. The topic was recognized as Casey O’Brien, 22, of Brattleboro. It was discovered that O’Brien had an lively warrant for his arrest within the state of Vermont. When officers tried to arrest O’Brien for the warrant, O’Brien instantly started to withstand their efforts. O’Brien fought with officers till he was in the end taken into custody, in accordance a police report. O’Brien was transported to the Brattleboro Police Division the place he was held in lieu of $400 bail. He was scheduled to seem on the Vermont Superior Court docket – Windham Prison Division to reply to the arrest warrant and prices of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
• At roughly 7:20 p.m., the Vermont State Police stumbled on a automobile blocking the intersection of the Route 5 and Alice Holway Drive in Putney. The operator of the automobile was recognized as Kevin Weiser, 65. of Unity, Maine. An investigation revealed that Weiser was impaired and he was subsequently arrested for suspicion of DUI. Weiser was transported to the Vermont State Police – Westminster Barracks the place he was processed for the above cost and launched to seem in Vermont Superior Court docket, Windham Prison Division at a later date.