-- On Aug. 4, Albert J. Lambert, 48, was arrested for unlawful trespass. He was ordered to appear in court on Sept. 3.
-- On Aug. 11, Jeffrey Pond, 56, of Bellows Falls, was arrested for disorderly conduct. He was ordered to appear in court on Sept. 17.
-- On Aug. 12, the Brattleboro Police Department arrested Dustin Whitaker, 23, of Brattleboro, and a juvenile for stealing a catalytic converter from a local dealership. They were ordered to appear in court at a later date.
-- On Aug. 15, Vermont State Police stopped a black 2000 Mercedes 600 bearing Vermont registration LL6. The stop was on Route 9 at Dettman Drive. The reason for the stop was failing to display a front license plate. During the stop, the operator Wayne Wilson Jr., 59, of Brattleboro, was found to be intoxicated. After field sobriety exercises, Wilson was arrested for DUI. He was later released with a citation to appear in Windham Superior Court Criminal Division to answer to the DUI charge on Sept. 3.
-- On Aug. 14, Vermont State Police received a report of a stolen vehicle being described as a tan on maroon 1995 Chevy pick-up truck with a maroon cap on the bed and a bug deflector on the hood. The Vermont State Police are requesting that anyone with information relating to this theft contact the Rockingham barracks at 802-875-2112.
-- The Windham County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a series of thefts from a local farm stand. On two separate occasions, someone has stolen money from the farm stand. Anyone who might have information is urged to contact Deputy First Class Melissa Martin at 802-365-4942.
-- The Windham County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the theft of several balck locust fence posts from a Putney residence. Anyone who might have information is urged to contact Deputy First Class Melissa Martin at 802-365-4942.
-- The New Hampshire State Police and the Walpole Police Department will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint in the Walpole area around the end of August and/or in early September. The purpose of the Sobriety Checkpoint is to deter, detect and apprehend the impaired driver.
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