-- On March 18, the Brattleboro Police Department responded to the overflow shelter on Main Street for the report of a fight. As a result, Mark A. Smith, 49, of Brattleboro, was arrested and cited for simple assault. He was ordered to appear in court at a later date.
-- On March 19, the Brattleboro Police Department received a report of an assault that had occurred at a residence on Old Guilford Road. Following an investigation, Joshua L. Damon, 38, of Brattleboro, was arrested and cited with simple assault. He was ordered to appear in court at a later date.
-- On March 20, the Brattleboro Police Department responded to a report of a domestic dispute. As a result, Patrick Cusson, 24, of Brattleboro, was arrested and cited with first degree aggravated domestic assault, domestic assault, interference with emergency services, unlawful mischief and burglary. He was ordered to appear in court on March 21.
-- On March 20, the Brattleboro Police Department responded to the Hannaford Supermarket on Putney Road for a trespassing complaint against Robert J. Ford, 48, of Brattleboro. While police were attempting to locate Ford, they received a report of a shoplifting complaint at the Radio Shack on Putney Road. Ford was located and cited for trespassing and retail theft. He was ordered to appear in court at a later date.
-- On March 21, the Brattleboro Police Department arrested Dylan Class, 19, of Bellows Falls, and cited him with aggravated domestic assault. Class was ordered held on $25,000 bond.
-- On March 18, at approximately 10:30 a.m., the Winhall Police and Rescue Department, Winhall Fire Department and Londonderry Volunteer Rescue Squad responded to Lightfoot Camp Road for the report of a single snowmobile crash with one injured male. The Southern Vermont Law Enforcement Snowmobile Task Force also responded.
Winhall Police and Rescue personnel arrived and were transported to the scene by snowmobile and found a 56-year-old male patient who was alert and complaining of pain to the left side of his body. He told police and rescue workers that he had gone off the trail, his snowmobile hit a tree, and he was thrown from the snowmobile and hit the ground hard. Due to his injuries, an emergency helicopter from Dartmouth Hitchock Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H., was requested. LVRS and Winhall Fire Department extricated the patient from the woods and transported the patient to the landing zone at Kendall Farm Road. The patient was flown to Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center.
The police investigation showed that the snowmobile was traveling at a high rate of speed and left the snowmobile trail, hit a tree at a point seven-and-a-half feet off of the ground, and that the driver was thrown clear of the tree, landing hard on the snow. The Winhall Police Dept. reminds snowmobilers to obey the speed limits and use common sense when riding.
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