Police log


May 14

June 3

• At about 3 p.m., Vermont State Police responded to a single-vehicle rollover on Interstate 91 southbound near mile marker 28 in Westminster. Investigation revealed that the operator, Zoe Vesley-Gross, 23, of Hanover, N.H., was traveling south on I-91 when she fell asleep and drifted off the road and into the median. The vehicle continued towards the middle of the median before turning sharply back to the right, causing the vehicle's wheels to dig into the dirt and roll over. Vesley-Gross had minor, non-life threatening injuries. She was transported to the Springfield Hospital for treatment. Vesley-Gross was issued a civil violation citation for failing to maintain her lane. Her vehicle was totalled.

• At about 5 p.m., the Vermont State Police learned of a red tow truck driving erratically and reportedly running a vehicle off the roadway. Dispatch issued a BOL (be on the lookout) for the tow truck. Troopers responded to the area of Route 7 in Wallingford to intercept the vehicle. The tow truck was observed traveling south on Route 7 in Wallingford and troopers conducted a motor vehicle stop. Investigation determined the operator, Adrian Stockwell, 29, of Putney, was driving under the influence of alcohol. Stockwell refused to provide a preliminary breath test and was subsequently taken into custody and transported to the state police barracks in Rutland for processing. Stock was cited for a third DUI.

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