-- On Oct. 13, Tyler Caslin, 21, of Brattleboro, was stopped on Canal Street for a minor motor vehicle infraction. The officer noticed two pills in an ash try. After a short investigation, three Clonazepam pills were found. Caslin was cited to court for a later date and time for possession of a controlled substance.
-- On Oct. 15, Brattleboro Police responded to a residence on Southern Avenue for a report of a male breaking items within the residence. Further investigation resulted in Gregory Ahonen, 44, of Brattleboro, being cited with domestic assault and false information to police. Ahonen was ordered to appear in Windham Superior Court: Criminal Division at a later date to answer to these charges.
-- On Oct. 16, Paul W. Canon, 51, of Brattleboro, was cited to Windham Superior Court. Canon was cited and released for smashing windows out of a neighbor’s storm and entrance door to the neighbor’s apartment. Approximate value of damage is $350.
-- On Oct. 10, a 911 call was placed into the Vermont State Police dispatch center reporting a crash on Route 5. Upon arrival, the 911 caller advised she observed a male walking south on Route 5 away from the crash. Subsequently, the male was identified as Travis M. Bacon, 21, of Brattleboro. After showing signs of impairment and a refusal to perform field sobriety exercises, he was placed under arrest. Bacon was processed for
-- On Oct. 13, Vermont State Police received a report of illegal dumping of construction debris into the Broad Brook on Broad Brook Road. Investigation discovered that unknown persons had deposited various construction debris including wood slates, press board and paint into the Broad Brook. The debris had been dumped between 3:30 p.m. and 4:15 p.m. A brown pickup truck was seen in the area prior to the discovery of items in the brook. Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to contact Trooper Travis Valcourt of the Vermont State Police at 802-254-2382 or call the State Police Crime Information Tip Line at 802-241-5355.
-- On Oct. 12, Vermont State Police responded to Augur Hole Road for a reported single vehicle rollover crash. Alexa Bradt, 26, of Brattleboro, reported that she was driving towards Newfane when she encountered a wild deer in the road. She attempted to avoid the deer and drove off the roadway, causing her car to roll over and down an embankment. No injuries were sustained in the crash and Bradt’s vehicle was towed from the scene by Al’s Towing of Vernon.
-- On Oct. 16, State Police received a call of a three-vehicle crash with entrapment and injury on Route 30 near the Harmonyville Store. Troopers, along with Fire and Rescue, responded to the scene. Once on scene, State Police learned that all three operators involved in the crash had been transported to area hospitals for possible injuries.
Investigation revealed that William Neathawk, 67, of Newfane, the at-fault operator, was traveling north on Route 30, when he rear ended Mellissa Walker, 32, of Stratton, also traveling north on Route 30, who was stopped behind an uninvolved vehicle that was making a left hand turn. As a result of being rear ended, Walker’s vehicle was pushed into the southbound lane of Route 30 and into the path of Adolph Hetland, 67, of Newport, N.H., who was traveling southbound. Hetland had no time to correct his path of travel and crashed into Walker’s vehicle. There was no apparent injuries, however, all three were transported to area hospitals to be evaluated.
-- On Oct. 14, Vermont State Police received a 911 call reporting that there was a vehicle traveling more than 100 mph in the area of mile marker 20 of southbound Interstate 91. Police initiated a traffic stop of a vehicle matching the description given by the caller in the area of Exit 1 of southbound I-91. John Condellas, 54, of Southington, Conn., was found to be operating while criminally suspended in the state of Vermont. Condellas was transported to the Brattleboro barracks where he was processed and released.
-- On Oct. 12, a State Trooper stopped a vehicle for a moving violation. Investigation revealed that the operator, Karen Langston, 55, of Rockingham, was under the influence of alcohol. She was arrested and transported to the Rockingham State Police barracks to be processed. Langston refused the tests back at the barracks. She was released from the barracks with a citation to appear in Windham County Superior Court: Criminal Division for DUI Refusal.