Salisbury woman arrested
This state police report contains information submitted by the Vermont State Police in New Haven. All persons mentioned are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The Eagle is not responsible for incorrect information submitted to us in the state police report. Parties should contact the state police first to correct any published false information; the Eagle will then correct the information in print after a state police trooper has verified the correction. Sept. 10
Residential trespass, Bristol Cliffs Drive, Bristol. A resident woke up to find a male subject entering the bedroom. The subject fled immediately upon seeing the resident and left the scene in a black pickup truck. Troopers and a deputy from the Addison County Sheriffs Department searched the area with negative results. A suspect was also investigated, but the resident did not identify the person from a photograph.
A citizen reported to the court house that he had seen a motorcycle lying in the bushes off Morgan Rd. in Salisbury. Sgt. Watson, ACSD provided this information to the State Police and Troopers located the motorcycle. It had been stolen from Sudbury. It was recovered by a wrecker service and the owner was notified.
Resident of Monkton received harassing telephone calls.
Single-car accident with injuries, U.S. Route 7, Salisbury. The operator went off the highway traveled a hundred feet through a cornfield and hit an electrical pole, which was snapped in half. The operator continued driving through the corn field, came onto U.S. Route 7 and continued north without stopping. Middlebury P.D. officers stopped the vehicle and troopers responded to investigate. Operator Alexander Johnson, age 46, of Manchester was cited into Court for Driving While Intoxicated and Leaving the Scene of an Accident and issued a traffic ticket for driving to the right. His female passenger was lodged at the Marble Valley Regional Correctional Facility for violating her house arrest.
A caretaker reported an attempted burglary on Lower Notch Rd. in Bristol. The trooper found evidence of attempted entry and was advised of a vehicle seen in the area many times recently. The case remains open.
Theft of items from a mailbox, Old Jerusalem Road, Leicester.
A mailbox on Vermont Route 30, Cornwall, was struck by a vehicle and destroyed. The vehicle did not stop and has not yet been identified.
Two-vehicle collision at Vt. 22A and Town Line Road, Addison/Bridport. No one was injured. One operator was charged for failing to yield.
A civil restraining order (not a Relief From Abuse order) was served in Middlebury on behalf of a county resident.
A trooper assisted the Vergennes Police at a reported disturbance.
Noise disturbance, Pleasant Bay Road, Ferrisburgh. Investigation showed it was a small send-off party for a subject joining the Army the next day.
Theft of a batch of temporary registration plates from Weybridge Garage. Temporary Registration numbers were consecutive from D77657D77676. All these plates have been flagged as stolen at the National Crime Information Center.
Theft of televisions, cameras and CDs from a residence on Fern Lake Road, Leicester
A trooper responded to a report of a two-vehicle accident, no injuries, Vermont Route 116, Bristol. He found no vehicles in the area.
Harassing telephone calls to a resident of Shoreham. A trooper contacted the number from which the calls originated and left a message that the caller was to stop calling the complainant.
Sherry Flowers, age 41, of Salisbury, was arrested on an outstanding warrant at a Cornwall residence.
A subject initially reported missing medication from a Bristol residence, then abruptly hung up on the trooper.
Assisted Middlebury Police Dept., with intoxicated college students on Bakery Lane, Middlebury. Two troopers responded, but did not need to take any action.
Assisted Bristol Police Dept., with a fight on South Street, Bristol. A Sheriffs Dept. unit also responded.
Assisted Vergennes Rescue, who responded to a report of subject lying in the ditch along Route 7. A Ferrisburgh female was found to be intoxicated but unharmed. After being assessed, she was taken home by a family member.
During a motor vehicle stop a passenger, David Fleming, age 32 of Bristol, was arrested on an outstanding warrant. Fleming was taken to the Sheriffs Dept. where he posted bail and was released.
A report of unusual activity on Route 7 in Ferrisburgh was answered by a Vergennes P.D. officer, who located a distraught female walking. She advised of a domestic dispute with Brayton Gillett, 26, of Wallingford. Gilletts vehicle was seen during the interview and stopped by the Vergennes officer, who took Gillett into custody for DUI. It was also found Gillett was in violation of court-ordered conditions of release and was cited for that offense by the investigating Trooper.
Family fight, Sunset Knoll Road, Panton. The trooper spoke to the Complainant, who reported it was only a verbal argument and the other party had left the house.
While investigating a suspicious vehicle report, a trooper located a stolen vehicle from St. Johnsbury. The vehicle was stopped without incident and recovered for the owner. The operator was cited for Operating Without the Owners Consent for St. Johnsbury P.D. and released.
Residents of Cutting Hill Road, Shoreham, were victims of identity theft. Credit card numbers were used to purchase merchandise that was shipped to Oklahoma.
Cited Jason Bishop, age 21, of Shoreham into Court for Domestic Assault, Barnum Hill Road, Shoreham.
Cited Thomas Blaise, age 27, of Vergennes into Court for Driving with License Suspended, Hawkins Road, Ferrisburgh.
A single motorcyclist was injured in an accident on Gap Road, Goshen.
As a result of being stopped for speeding, Adam Ford, age 27, of Maryland was cited for Possession of Marijuana.
Assisted Vergennes Police Department with a reported Domestic Disturbance on Vermont Route 22A. Upon troopers arrival the situation had been resolved.
Resident of Bristol has been receiving harassing calls and text messages on his cell phone. The caller was left a message to stop contact the subject.
Theft of a picnic table from Green Mountain family campground, Bristol.
Single-car accident, Otter Creek Road, Addison. No injuries were reported.
Complaint of a fireworks and a loud party on Little Chicago Road, Ferrisburgh.
Responded to a noise complaint at Blaises Trailer Park, Bristol. All was quiet upon the troopers arrival. He found other members of the party had already left the residence.
Tool shed was broken into on Vermont Route 22A, Orwell, and numerous tools were stolen
A farmer discovered several hay bales in a field off Orchard Drive, Bridport, had been vandalized. Investigation identified two subjects involved in the incident and the case is being reviewed by the states attorneys office.
Two-car accident with injuries, U.S. Route 7, New Haven.
Family fight, North Branch Road, Ripton. Upon arrival troopers found that the male subject had left the residence and the female subject did not want any police involvement.
Additional citations issued during the past week
Cited Lori Barbour, age 38, of North Clarendon, into Court for eleven counts of Forgery and eleven counts of Uttering a Forged Instrument at Pratts Store in Bridport in July.
Cited Margaret Meacham, age 34, of New Haven into Court for Disorderly Conduct, Route 7, Waltham, on Sept. 7.