BRATTLEBORO -- Police say a man sought in connection with an attack on a hotel desk clerk in Vermont has been arrested in Massachusetts.
Brattleboro police say they were looking for 22-year-old Cory Davis in connection with an assault and robbery at the America's Best Inn early Sunday.
Police said the suspect jumped over the front counter and attacked the clerk before taking the cash register. The clerk suffered minor injuries.
Police said Davis was arrested Tuesday at about 7:30 p.m. in Fitchburg, Mass., on a warrant for criminal contempt, drunken driving and providing false information to a police officer.
-- On Oct. 30, at approximately 7:50 p.m., the Bellows Falls Police Department conducted a motor vehicle stop on Atkinson Street. As a result, Michael C. Trevorrow, of Putney, a passenger in the vehicle, was arrested for being in possession of a controlled drug. He was ordered to appear in court at a later date.
-- On Nov. 9, at approximately 11:45 a.m., the Vermont State Police stopped Adrian Stockwell, 26, of Putney, for a motor vehicle violation on Rockingham Street. Stockwell had a criminally suspended license and was subsequently arrested. He was issued tickets for having an inspection sticker that was not assigned to the vehicle and having an unregistered vehicle. He was released with a citation to appear in court on Dec. 17.
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-- On Nov. 9, at approximately 8:50 p.m., the Bellows Falls Police Department conducted a motor vehicle stop on Atkinson Street. As a result, Scott Hunter, of Springfield, was arrested for driving with a criminally suspended license and was ordered to appear in court at a later date.
-- On Nov. 10, the Bellows Falls Police Department conducted a motor vehicle stop on Center Street. As a result, Douglas P. Martinek, of Newfane, was arrested on an outstanding warrant issued by Massachusetts. He was also found to not have a valid driver's license and was operating a vehicle that was not registered.
-- On Nov. 11, at 11:17 p.m., the Bellows Falls Police Department conducted a motor vehicle stop on Rockingham Street. As a result, a passenger in the vehicle, Jose Nunez, of Springfield, Mass., was arrested for possessing stolen property -- three laptop computers confirmed stolen out of Tennessee, North Carolina and Colorado. He was ordered to appear in court at a later date.
-- Oct. 29, the Windham County Sheriff's Department arrested John Barrett, 22, of Brattleboro, for bringing a knife into Windham Superior Court Criminal Division. Barrett previously had received a warning for a similar incident. He was cited to appear in court on Dec. 10.
-- On Nov. 10, the Brattleboro Police Department cited Chelsea B. Lawson, 21, of Brattleboro, for violating her conditions of release. She was ordered to appear in court at a later date.
-- On Nov. 12, at just past midnight, the Brattleboro Police Department arrested Michael Santiago, 35, of Brattleboro, and cited him with aggravated assault on a police officer, theft from a motor vehicle and credit card fraud. Santiago is a suspect in a series of thefts from motor vehicles and an investigation led police to him. When police attempted to speak with Santiago, he attempted to flee and a struggle ensued. During the struggle, Santiago assaulted a police officer, according to the press release. Santiago was ordered to appear in court at a later date.
-- The Vermont State Police is investigating a burglary that occurred at a residence on Route 5, sometime between the hours of 12:30 and 2:47 p.m. on Nov. 11. Troopers determined someone forcefully gained entry to the home. Anyone with information related to this burglary is asked to contact Trooper Dan Bennett at the Brattleboro Barracks at 802-254-2382.
-- On Nov. 4, at approximately 8:30 a.m., the Vermont State Police conducted a motor vehicle stop at the intersection of Main Street and Christian Square. As a result, Angel Figueroa, 24, of Putney, was arrested for driving with a criminally suspended license and violations of his conditions of release. According to a press release, Figueroa currently is on three sets of conditions of release, all of which order that he shall "not be charged with or have probable cause found for a new offense while this case is open." Additionally, the most recent of Figueroa's court ordered conditions of release, resulting from a previous arrest for driving on a criminally suspended driver's license, state "You cannot drive any motor vehicle, including a car, truck or motorcycle unless you have a valid driver's license, one that is not suspended or expired or revoked." Figueroa also was issued traffic tickets for driving an un-registered vehicle and for failing to have vehicle insurance. He was cited to appear in court on Dec. 10.
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