-- On July 27, Anthony Keller of Braintree was driving along I-91 at 82 mph in a 50 mph construction zone, at the bridge near Exit 2, said Vermont State Police Sgt. Michael Roj.
Keller was later released and cited to appear in Windham County Superior Court Criminal Division on Aug. 28 to answer the charge.
-- Members of the Vermont State Police responded to the scene of a two-car crash on July 22, at about 12:30 p.m.
According to Sgt. Jeffrey Trudeau, both vehicles were traveling south along I-91 near the Exit 3 off-ramp.
Richard E. Fisher, 40, of Brattleboro, slowed his 1993 Ford Ranger to merge with traffic on the ramp when Carol A. Manchester, 50, of Candor, N.Y., failed to apply the brakes of her 2008 Toyota Camry and crashed into Fisher's vehicle.
Trudeau said no one was injured in the crash and the damage to Fisher and Manchester's vehicles was minor, limited to tail lights and bumpers.
Manchester was issued a ticket for following too closely and both vehicle were able to be driven from the scene.
-- On July 14, at about 4 p.m., police conducted a motor vehicle stop along Western Avenue and arrested Edward L. Kendall, 34, of Brattleboro, for driving with a criminally suspended license.
Kendall was cited to appear in Windham County Superior Court Criminal Division on Aug. 28, to answer the charge.
-- Lee M. Stockwell, 28, of Rutland, was arrested on July 9, at the
He was later released and cited to appear in Windham County Superior Court Criminal Division on Aug. 21, to answer the charge.
-- Police are warning people to be aware of traffic delays on Aug. 4 as a result of the Blueberry Festival Parade.
Chief Robert A. Edwards said Route 100 from the West Dover Village north of Country Club Road will be stopped from 11 a.m., until 12:30 p.m., or once the parade clears. Traffic along Route 100 will be re-routed along Crosstown and Country Club roads.
-- Police are investigating a burglary along Stoney Brook Road.
Lawrence Griffin, 54, of Franklin Lakes, N.J., called 911 on July 27, at about 9:37 p.m., to report that someone had broken into his home and that they had stolen his Fender Stratocaster electric guitar and hard-shell case.
Vermont State Police Trooper Jake Bloom, who responded to the scene, said the burglar forced their way into the home through its back door and that a strange yellow and white powdery substance had been thrown on various electronics inside the home. Griffin's coffee pot was also broken.
Officers are still unsure what the powdery substance was and Bloom stated the investigation is ongoing.
-- On July 22 emergency personnel responded to the scene of single motor vehicle accident along Route 30.
According to Vermont State Police Senior Trooper Genevra Cushman, at about 10:33 a.m., Shelly Huber, 48, of Newfane, was traveling north when her 1999 Subaru Forester drifted off the side of the road and struck a ditch and culvert.
After crashing into the ditch, the vehicle flipped in the air and landed on its roof, Cushman stated.
Both Huber and her passenger, Tyler Smith, 23, also of Newfane, were transported to Grace Cottage Hospital to be treated for minor injuries, which included scrapes, bumps and bruises.