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Sept. 4

- At about 1:10 a.m., the Brattleboro Police Department responded to an assault that occurred at a local Putney Road business. Investigation revealed that Felicia Senter, 28, of Brattleboro, and Jazmyn Cummings, 25, of Brattleboro, engaged in a physical altercation, in a public setting, with both receiving non-life threatening injuries. Senter was charged with Simple Assault while Cummings was charged with Aggravated Disorderly Conduct. Both are to

appear in court at a later date.

Sept. 10

- At 2:50 p.m., troopers with the Vermont State Police responded to Route 100 in Jamaica for the report of a single vehicle crash. Upon arrival, troopers learned Danielle Dunster, 35, of Wardsboro, had been transported to Grace Cottage Hospital by Jamaica Fire and Rescue for treatment of injuries sustained in the crash. Troopers interviewed Dunster at the hospital, who refused a sobriety test. She was taken into custody and cited with suspicion of driving under the influence.

- At just before 8 p.m., troopers with the Vermont State Police responded to Route 11 in Londonderry for the report of a single vehicle crash. As a result, Cailin Radigan, 36, of Albany, N.Y., was transported to Springfield Hospital for injuries sustained in the crash. Radigan was later arrested and cirted with suspicion of driving under the influence.

Sept. 11

- At about 9:15 p.m., the Vermont State Police stopped a vehicle on Interstate 91 southbound in Guilford for traveling in excess of 100 miles per hour in a post 65-MPH zone while passing other vehicles. The operator, Jeffrey Dubois, 33, of St. Albans, was issued a criminal citation to appear in court at a later date to answer to the charge of driving with excessive speed.

Sept. 12

- At about 7:04 a.m., the Vermont State Police responded to the report of a domestic disturbance. Upon investigating the report, Troopers determined that Douglas Farquhar, 64, of Marlboro, assaulted a household member and did not allow the household member to leave the residence. Farquhar was cited to appear in court on Monday to answer to charges of domestic assault, kidnapping, interfering with access to emergency services and disorderly conduct. A judge was contacted and ordered Farquhar held without bail until his arraignment.

- At about 8:08 a.m., the Vermont State Police responded to a single vehicle crash on Interstate 91 southbound in Barnet. During the investigation it was learned Jonathon Matyas, 38, of Townshend, left the roadway into the median and rolled his vehicle. A check of the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles showed that Matyas' license was criminally suspended. Matyas also provided false information about who was operating the vehicle. Matyas subsequently was transported by CALEX Rescue to the Northeast Vermont Regional Hospital for treatment to non-incapacitating injuries. Matyas was cited for providing false information to a police officer and driving with a suspended license.

- At about 4:07 p.m., the Vermont State Police received notification about a crash on Route 142 in Vernon. Upon arrival, Troopers found the vehicle had collided with a rock ledge and overturned. Troopers learned the operator, Brandon T. Bevis, 22, of Vernon had been transported by Rescue Inc., to Brattleboro Memorial Hospital. Troopers traveled to the hospital and interviewed Bevis. Troopers observed indicators of impairment. Bevis was subsequently taken into custody and brought to the Westminster Barracks where he was processed.

- At about 9 p.m., the Vermont State Police received a 911 call from a residence on Henwood Hill Road in Westminster, reporting that an unknown male unlawfully entered their home covered in blood and holding a small child. Vermont State Police responded to the residence on Henwood Hill Road in Westminster and spoke to the homeowners. The homeowners stated that the unknown male left the property after he found out the police were called. The homeowners stated that the unknown male and child were covered in blood and left on foot. State Police located a male subject holding a child at Allen Brothers Market, located at 6023 U.S. Route in the Town of Westminster. The male subject was later identified as Casey Mayville, 29, of Ludlow. An investigation revealed that Mayville was operating a 2005 Subaru Forester when he crashed on Henwood Hill Road in Westminster. Mayville and his toddler son sustained minor injuries as a result of the crash. Mayville was subsequently arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence, reckless endangerment, cruelty to a child, gross negligent operation, and unlawful trespass. Mayville was transported to the Westminster Barracks for processing. Mayville was later lodged at Southern State Correctional Facility in Springfield due to his level of impairment and need for a mental health evaluation. Mayville is scheduled to appear in court at a later date.

- The Brattleboro Police Department responded to the Brattleboro Memorial Hospital for a report of a dog bite. The victim stated that an unknown was female walking a 100-pound grey and white dog, when the dog bit the victim. This took place in the area of Maple Street. If anyone has further information on the dog bite or is the owner of the dog, they are encouraged to contact the police department.


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