• The Brattleboro Police Department responded to Old Guilford Road for a report of a male subject trespassing on a residential property. The male, Justin Clough, 36, of Brattleboro, was subsequently issued a criminal citation, ordering him into the Windham County Superior court at a later date for the offense.
• At 3:10 p.m., the Vermont State Police conducted a motor vehicle stop on Route 9 in Brattleboro. As a result, Kevin G. Collins, 58, of Marlboro, was arrested and cited with operating a vehicle with a suspended license and violating the conditions of his release.
• At 6:50 p.m., the Vermont State Police conducted a motor vehicle stop on Route 5 in Rockingham. Prior to the stop, the vehicle was clocked at 86 mph in a 65-mph zone. As a result, Jonathan Burdick, 39, of New London, Conn., was found to be under the influence. During a search of the vehicle 15 grams of marijuana and several alcohol containers were located. In addition, an 8-year-old child was in the vehicle with Burdick. He was arrested and cited with driving under the influence and cruelty to a child.
• At 1:20 a.m., the Vermont State Police stopped a 1998 Buick for speed in the construction zone on Interstate 91 in Brattleboro. As a result, Earl L. Brown, 38, of Hartford, Conn., was arrested and cited with driving under the influence.
• At 1 a.m., the Vermont State Police conducted a speeding stop on Interstate 91 in Rockingham. As a result, William W. Rose, 58, of Greenfield, Mass., was arrested and cited with driving under the influence.
• The Brattleboro Police Department arrested Elijah Ealey, 27, of Brattleboro, for a violation of his court ordered conditions of release. Ealey was located as a passenger in a vehicle and it was determined that this was a violation of a court imposed 24 hour curfew. Ealey was placed under arrest and transported to the Brattleboro Police Department where he was processed, cited and released with new conditions of release.
• At approximately 10:50 a.m., Andrew Kosari, 20, of Boston, was headed south on West River Road in Dummerston with multiple passengers in a 2016 Ford Escape. In an attempt to follow the GPS, Kosari made a last second turn toward Upper Dummerston Road. The vehicle went off the road at the intersection of Upper Dummerston Road and West River Road. No major injuries were sustained and the car was towed from the scene.
• Vermont State Police in Rockingham stopped Michael Rounds, 33, of Claremont, N.H., for a motor vehicle violation in Londonderry at the junction of Route 11 and Route 100. Rounds' operator's license was under suspension criminally and he was issued a citation to appear in Vermont Superior Court, Windham County, Criminal Division on April 12.
• At approximately 11:10 p.m., Vermont State Police conducted a motor vehicle stop on Vermont Route 11 in Londonderry. During the investigation, the operator Dustin A. Wills, 28, of Bennington, was found to be under the influence of alcohol. Wills was transported to the Rockingham State Police Barracks for processing. Wills was released with a criminal citation and ordered to appear at the Windham County Superior Court at a later date for the above charge.
• At approximately 11 p.m., members of the Vermont State Police responded to a residence on Old Depot Road, in Putney, for a report of a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival, troopers met and spoke with family members and discovered that Ronald A. Brink, 66, of Putney, had assaulted two members of his family. Brink was arrested and transported to the Brattleboro barracks where he was fingerprinted, photographed, and processed for domestic assault and first degree aggravated domestic assault. Brink was lodged at Southern State Correctional Facility and is due to appear in court on March 14.
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