-- On Aug. 13, the Vermont State Police responded to the scene of a one-vehicle crash on Houghton Brook Road.
According to police, driver Adrian P. Stockwell, 24, of Putney, showed signs of impairment and was processed for driving under the influence. He was given a citation to appear in court on Oct. 16.
Stockwell and his three passengers were transported to Brattleboro Memorial Hospital where they were treated for minor injuries and released.
-- Sometime during the evening of Aug. 14, someone vandalized the offices of Dr. Vernon Temple on Saxtons River Road by spray painting on the exterior of the building. Anyone who might have information on the incident is urged to contact Trooper Brian Berry at 802-875-2112.
-- On Aug. 10 at about 4:20 p.m., the Vermont State Police responded to Route 11 for the report of an accident.
According to police, a 16-year-old male took his eyes off the road, causing his vehicle to collide with the beginning of a guard rail. The vehicle then flipped end over end, coming to a stop on the driver’s side before sliding down a small embankment. The driver was able to get himself out of the vehicle with only minor injuries, but the vehicle was destroyed.
He was issued a warning for failing to maintain his lane of travel.
-- Sometime after the Londonderry Transfer Station closed on Aug. 14 and before the
-- On Aug. 12 at approximately 4 a.m., the Vermont State Police responded to a single-vehicle accident on I-91. Upon arrival, police determined Travis Roy, 19, of Bellows Falls, was traveling at a high rate of speed while attempting to navigate the Exit 1 offramp. He was wearing a seatbelt and received no injuries. No charges were filed.
-- On Aug. 13, officers from the Brattleboro Police Department responded to a home on Canal Street to the report of a domestic disturbance. According to police, Craig Burrell, 51, of Brattleboro, was arrested for domestic assault and giving false information to police and was wanted on an active arrest warrant.
-- On Aug. 13, members of the Vermont State Police were conducting a speed-enforcement operation on Interstate 91 when a vehicle passed through a 50-mph construction zone at 82 mph.
According to police, Christopher A. Otto, 29, of Woodhaven, N.Y., was also passing others in a congested work area. He was arrested and cited with careless and negligent operation and was ordered to appear in court on Sept. 25.
-- On Aug. 15, the Vermont State Police conducted a motor vehicle stop on I-91 Southbound and discovered a passenger in the vehicle was wanted on an active arrest warrant out of Frederick County, Maryland, for child abuse.
According to police, Brian Hathaway, 39, of Sligo, Penn., was detained and transported to the Vermont State Police Rockingham Barracks and was later issued a $100,000 bond by a Windham County Superior Court Criminal Division judge. Because Hathaway failed to pay his bond, he is being held in Southern State Correctional Facility and is scheduled to appear in court on Aug. 17.
-- On Aug. 14, the Vermont State Police responded to Route 9 for the report of a two-vehicle crash. According to police, David M. Kostyun, 54, of Pittsfield, Mass., was stopped for construction in his 2007 Freightliner when he was hit from behind.
Kostyun and witnesses described the vehicle that hit him as a Dodge Stratus with Massachusetts plates, reddish-pink in color. The vehicle left the scene before police arrived. Anyone who might have information is urged to contact Senior Trooper Genevra Cushman at 802-254-2382.
-- On Aug. 7, the Vermont State Police responded to the Kenoli Campground after receiving a report that an adult woman had given alcohol to minors.
Upon arrival, troopers found two intoxicated teenagers. Melissa S. Phillips, 33, of Newfane was cited for furnishing alcohol to minors and was ordered to appear in court on Sept. 25.
-- On Aug. 14, the Vermont State Police responded to the Kenoli Campground after receiving a report of a missing child.
According to police, a 6-year-old boy that was supposed to have been in the care of his grandmother could not be found. The uncle of the boy found the grandmother intoxicated, stated police.
Police eventually found the grandmother’s car at a nearby neighbor’s home, who told them they had stopped by to borrow the car and found the grandmother intoxicated. They asked the woman if they should care for the child for the day and upon returning to the camp, encountered the uncle. They contacted the child’s mother and made sure it was OK to give the child to him, all of which occurred prior to troopers arriving on the scene.
The investigation is ongoing.
-- A 46-year-old Newfane man was arrested for threatening another man with a rock on Aug. 13. According to police, Paul Mason drove up to a house on Route 30, became verbally abusive to an occupant of the house and threatened to assault the person with a rock. Police stated Mason was standing in the middle of the road when the incident happened, obstructing both lanes of traffic.
While taking a report from the alleged victim, a Vermont State Police Trooper noticed Mason driving south past the house on Route 30. Mason was stopped by police and subsequently arrested for aggravated assault, disorderly conduct and driving under the influence. His blood alcohol content was .15 percent, according to police.
-- On Aug. 12, the Vermont State Police responded to Middle Road to the report of a one-vehicle accident. Police determined Sarah Williams, 18, of Brattleboro, drove off the road, striking a tree and then a culvert. No injuries were sustained in the accident, but the vehicle needed to be towed from the scene.
-- On Aug. 14 at approximately 5:10 p.m., the Vermont State Police responded to the report of a two-vehicle head-on crash on Bunker Road. According to police, Christopher Thomas, 20, of Brattleboro, was the driver of one vehicle and Molly Straus, 19, of Dummerston, was the driver of the other. Megan Larendeau, a passenger in Thomas’ vehicle, was treated at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital for minor lacerations to her forehead and released. Both vehicles were towed from the scene.
-- On Aug. 13, Vermont State Police and the NewBrook Fire and Rescue Department responded to a one-car rollover on Putney Mountain Road.
According to police, Flint S. Rowell, 19, of Newfane, was traveling west and attempted to negotiate a sharp curve in the road but the vehicle overturned. Rowell was found to be traveling at a speed too great to safely negotiate the curve. Neither Rowell nor his passenger were injured.