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Man accused of assaulting nurse

MIDDLEBURY - A local man with mental health issues is facing a criminal charge after police said he assaulted a Poultney man on March 15. Kenneth Boule, 83, of Salisbury, allegedly assaulted Richard Reynolds, 39, of Poultney, at Porter Hospital in Middlebury, according to a press release from the Ve

RUTLAND HERALD - 2018-03-18 13:58:58

Queensbury traffic stop leads to felony arrest

QUEENSBURY - A Stillwater man whose driver's license has been suspended 19 times was jailed Friday night after he was stopped in Queensbury, police said. Brian J. Gagne, 36, was charged with felony aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle after the Warren County Sheriff's Office stopped hi

POST-STAR - 2018-03-17 13:30:00

History Space: First use of VT electric chair

The first electrocution in Vermont is described as a success - with the same result that attends some of the successful surgical operations. This report from the July 18, 1919 issue of the Randolph Herald is describing the execution of George Warner six days earlier on July 12. Execution changed to

BURLINGTON FREE PRESS - 2018-03-17 18:52:36

No injuries reported from Wallingford crash

WALLINGFORD - No injuries were reported after a two-vehicle crash on Route 7 on Saturday, according to police. In a press release,the Vermont State Police said George Davenport, 66, of Poultney, was driving a 2015 Ford truck south on Route 7 on Saturday when he used his truck's turn signal to indica

RUTLAND HERALD - 2018-03-18 14:14:21

Sheriff's Office: Driver had 19 suspensions

GAGNE 19 SUSPENSIONS_3_17_2018_5_58_19 PMThumbnail QUEENSBURY -- A routine traffic stop in Queensbury ended in charges for the driver. Warren County Sheriff's officers conducted a traffic stop Friday evening in Queensbury, on a vehicle with a loud exhaust. A license check revealed that the driver, B

WRGB - 2018-03-17 18:13:43

Family, friends going to great lengths for 2-year-old battling cystic fibrosis

WHITEHALL When 2-year-old Sydney Mickel recently developed a cough, her mother panicked. A cough isn't much to worry about in most 2-year-olds, but for Sydney, who has cystic fibrosis, a cough could be a catalyst for catastrophe. Her mother, Julie Gosselin, froze in fear. "That's something that a lo

POST-STAR - 2018-03-17 12:00:00

Queensbury woman gets 20 years for role in Hague Market shooting

QUEENSBURY - Christine W. Tomko walked into Warren County Court on Wednesday hoping to convince Judge John Hall that she deserved the minimum sentence for her role in last spring's shooting and robbery at The Hague Market, and a burglary spree that preceded the shooting. The 28-year-old Queensbury r


One dead in Chester fire

CHESTER - A woman was found dead in a cabin on Carl Turner Road after fire tore through the home on Thursday morning, police said. The woman's name was not immediately released pending formal identification during an autopsy, but authorities said she was believed to be a woman in her 30s. Her family


Vermont State Police Log: Leicester man cited for domestic assault, DUI

ADDISON COUNTY - Vermont State Police cited a Leicester man for domestic assault and drinking and driving this past weekend. On Saturday, March 10, at 10 minutes before midnight, troopers from the New Haven barracks responded to a Leicester home for a report of a family fight. Police looked into


Local police step up pressure on the drug trade

Hudson Falls Police seized heroin, cocaine and an illegal stun gun disguised as a cellphone from a vehicle parked last year in Hudson Falls. They came to Fort Edward from law enforcement agencies around the Northeast that day in late 2014, spurred by a dramatic increase in heroin use around the reg

POST-STAR - 2018-03-18 00:00:00

Man charged with felony after hit-and-run crash

KINGSBURY - A Hartford man faces numerous charges after a woman reported she saw him drive into a utility pole and flee the crash scene Monday night, then followed him to keep police apprised of his whereabouts, authorities said. Washington County sheriff's officers caught up with the pickup truck o


Woman denies charges in hotel fight

A Rutland woman once banned from all Rutland City parks will now have to stay away from the Travel Inn Angelique Bethke, 24, pleaded not guilty Monday in Rutland criminal court to felony charges of burglary into an occupied dwelling and trespassing in an occupied residence. Convictions could result


Involuntary hospitalization: When is it warranted?

Jack Sawyer is not accused of shooting at anyone. The Poultney 18-year-old is charged with plotting a Columbine-style mass shooting at Fair Haven Union High School, but has not been described as ever pointing a gun at anyone or directly threatening anyone. His lawyer has argued that there is no fact


New Haven Man Charged With Distribution Of Child Pornography And Assault On A Federal Officer

U.S. Department of Justice United States Attorney District of Vermont United States Courthouse and Federal Building Post Office Box 570 (802) 951-6725 Burlington, Vermont, 05401-0570 Fax: (802) 951-6540 PRESS RELEASE BURLINGTON, VERMONT March 16, 2018 New Haven Man Charged With Distribution

VTDIGGER - 2018-03-17 01:25:51

Lake Luzerne woman headed to prison

BALLSTON SPA - A Lake Luzerne woman who went into a Hadley home one day last summer and assaulted a person was sentenced Thursday in Saratoga County Court to up to 3 years in state prison. Arianna Hoebeke, 31, pleaded guilty to third-degree burglary, a felony, in January for an Aug. 24 incident at a


Police: Burglar tracked 2 miles in snow

LEICESTER - Police said snowy footprints led them to a Pittsford man broke into Champlain Beverage early Thursday. Vermont State Police said they arrested Dylan M. Greeno, 20, and cited him to appear Monday in Middlebury criminal court on a felony burglary charge. Police said they responded around 1


Appeal denied for man who killed his child

A state appeals court on Thursday rejected the appeal of a Johnsburg man who killed his weeks-old daughter two years ago and later claimed his sentence was too harsh. Nicholas D. Jones pleaded guilty to first-degree manslaughter for the March 28, 2016, attack on his 22-day-old daughter, Gabrielle Ro