-- On Aug. 26, Brattleboro Police Department responded to the Brattleboro Transportation Center regarding a group of subjects with open containers of alcohol. Subsequent investigation led to the arrest of Leonard Viola for unlawful trespass and Heather Byrne for disorderly conduct.
-- After a brief investigation, Brattleboro Police cited Joseph Martin, 47, of Brattleboro, with larceny for attempting to steal beer from a delivery truck on Elliot Street on Tuesday, Aug. 27.
Martin was ordered to appear in court at a later date.
-- On Aug. 27, Brattleboro Police Department responded to a noise complaint in the hallway of the Brattleboro Police Station. Subsequent investigation led to the arrest of Judy Brown for disorderly conduct.
-- On Aug. 27, Brattleboro Police Department responded to a complaint of a possible violation of court-ordered conditions. Officers met with the complainant. After investigation, Travis Sprague, 23, of Dummerston, was arrested for the above charges. He will appear at court at a later date and time.
-- On Aug. 28, Ramon Soto, of Brattleboro, was arrested by the Windham County Sheriff's Department for failure to appear in court for a violation of probation hearing. He was taken into custody and later appeared before the Vermont Superior Court Criminal Division as a result.
-- On Aug. 30, Brattleboro Police Department arrested and charged Donald Reetz, 44, of Brattleboro, with unlawful trespass. Reetz was cited to appear in the Windham County Superior Court Criminal Division at a later date to answer to this charge.
-- On Aug. 31, Brattleboro Police Department arrested and charged Jacob Banis, 41, of Brattleboro, with operating while criminally suspended. Banis was cited to appear in the Windham County Superior Court Criminal Division to answer to this charge.
-- On Saturday, Sept. 1, Stephen Arsenault, 22, was cited with unlawful trespass stemming from an incident in the downtown area.
-- On Aug. 26, Vermont State Police received a call regarding a motor vehicle crash on Townshend Road. Troopers arrived on the scene with Grafton Volunteer Fire Department and Golden Cross Ambulance. Police spoke with Niels Weide, 49, of Habach, Germany, and he stated that he was not injured. Weide stated that his camper made contact with a utility pole on the southbound side of Route 35. The pole was damaged and Green Mountain Power arrived on scene to repair the pole.
-- On Aug. 25, Vermont State Police responded to the area of Route 9 in Marlboro for a report of a single vehicle crash near the highway garage. While en route to the crash, troopers were advised that the operator of the vehicle was possibly intoxicated and had gone to a residence on Route 9. When troopers arrived, they found the operator and lone occupant of the vehicle, Robert Boyd, 27, of Colrain, Mass., to be under the influence of alcohol. Boyd who refused every part of the DUI process, was charged with DUI refusal. Investigation revealed that Boyd, who was driving west on Route 9, lost control of his vehicle and left the roadway. Boyd was cited to appear in Windham County Superior Court Criminal Division at a later date and time. His vehicle was towed from the scene with disabling damage.
-- On Aug. 26, a 2002 Jeep Liberty operated by Angela Burnett, of Vernon, struck a utility pole on Fort Bridgman Road on Route 142 near Bemis Road. The vehicle flipped and came to rest on the driver's side. The operator was wearing a seat belt and was not injured. She was able to climb out through the sun roof. The utility pole was snapped in half. The road was closed for a little over an hour while the scene was cleared.
-- On Aug. 26, the Windham County Sheriff's Department responded to a report of a damaged gate on Cemetery Road in the area of the Polish-Sacred Heart Cemetery. Anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to contact Deputy Ian Tuttle at 802-365-4942.
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