-- On Sept. 22, Brattleboro Police Department officers had contact with James Smith, 54, of Brattleboro, and Debra Soubble, 52, of Brattleboro, in the area of Bridge Street. Following that contact, an investigation was initiated. Smith and Soubble were subsequently arrested for committing acts providing false information to a law enforcement officer. Both were issued citations to appear at the Windham County Superior Court Criminal Division on a later date to answer to those charges.
-- On Oct. 11, Jared Stockwell, 24, of Dummerston, was processed at the Brattleboro State Police Barracks for the two offenses of sale of a depressant, stimulant and narcotic pills. Both are felonies. During the summer of 2012, the Vermont Drug Task Force began investigating the illegal distribution of prescription pills by Stockwell in the Brattleboro area. He was issued a citation to appear in the Windham Superior Court Criminal Division on Nov. 13. Stockwell was then released into the custody of Brattleboro Probation and Parole for violating his conditions of furlough.
-- On Oct. 15, Paul Canon, 51, of Brattleboro, was cited to court for disorderly conduct. Police responded to Clark Street for a citizen dispute.
-- On Oct. 17, Nicole Dryer, 30, of Guilford, was arrested by the Brattleboro Police Department, with assistance from the Vermont State Police. As a result of an investigation that began on
-- On Oct. 18, Vincent DeMaria, 35, of Greenfield, Mass., was stopped on I-91 southbound for a motor vehicle violation. As a result, he was found to have an open container of alcohol in his possession as did his passenger. DeMaria was also screened for impairment and subsequently arrested for a DUI. Both DeMaria and his passenger were ticketed for possession of open alcoholic containers in a motor vehicle as well. DeMaria was released on citation to appear in Windham Superior Court at a later date after being processed.
-- On Oct. 2, the Reformer reported a car accident that occurred on Shearer Road. Daniel Woodcock, 21, of Wilmington, had broken a leg when his vehicle slid sideways into a tree. Trooper Steeves discovered the car after Woodcock had shown up confused at a friend’s house nearby and Halifax Rescue had taken Woodcock to the Brattleboro Memorial Hospital. Steeves suspected Woodcock of being under the influence. A blood test was taken and on Oct. 11, the Vermont Forensic Lab reported Woodcock’s BAC to be 0.054%. Woodcock was issued a citation for DUI and ordered to appear before the Windham County Court on Nov. 3.