Police Log

Sept. 4

- At 7:04 p.m., members of the Vermont State Police responded to a residence on Route 30 in Townshend for a report of an assault between neighbors. Upon arrival, troopers attempted to speak with Kimberley A. Greene, 55, of Townshend, regarding the incident. While she was being interviewed by police, Greene assaulted a trooper and was arrested. Greene was transported to the Westminster Barracks where she was processed for simple assault and assault on a law enforcement officer. Greene was fingerprinted, photographed, and released.

Sept. 5

- At 10:41 p.m., members of the Vermont State Police and Brattleboro Police Department responded to a residence on Coolidge Highway in Guilford, for a report of a suspicious subject attempting to gain access into the residence. Investigation revealed that a subject who was present at the residence, Corey L. Bacon, 41, had an active arrest warrant. Bacon was subsequently placed under arrest and transported and lodged at Southern State Correctional Facility.

- At 6:22 p.m., the Vermont State Police conducted a motor vehicle stop near the intersection of South Wardsboro Road and Vermont Route 100 in Wardsboro. The vehicle was operated by Barry Matyas, 36, of Windham. Investigation revealed that Matyas was operating the vehicle with a criminally suspended Vermont driver's license. He was transported to the Dover Police Department for processing and issued a citation to appear in Windham County Superior Criminal Court at a later date.

- At 8:03 p.m., officers of the Brattleboro Police Department received a report of a theft that had occurred near a residence on Landmark Hill Drive. Investigation showed that Kimberly Morse, 30, of Brattleboro, stole $200 from a 29-year-old male. Morse was issued a citation to appear at court on Oct. 24 to answer to the charge of petit larceny.

- At 11:12 p.m., officers of the Brattleboro Police Department responded to a report of a family dispute at a residence on Oak Street. Investigation showed that Donald Wilkins, 38, of Brattleboro, assaulted a female by grabbing her neck and throwing her. The female victim was transported to the hospital by Rescue Inc for non-life threatening injuries. Wilkins was arrested and held until deemed sober. Wilkins was issued conditions of release and a citation to appear at court to answer to the charge of domestic assault and interfering with access to emergency services.

- Vermont State Police are currently investigating the burglary at a residence on Deer Hill Road in Newfane. This burglary occurred sometime over the last six weeks. Entry was gained into a garage on the property and a large number of power tools were stolen. The tools are valued at approximately $4,000.

Sept. 9

- At 10:45 a.m., the Windham County Sheriff's Office was contacted to assist a motorist with a flat tire on Route 5 in Westminster just south of the Village of Bellows Falls. When the deputy arrived, he began speaking to the operator of the vehicle. After checking the operator's information in NCIC, it was learned that the subject was a 79-year-old individual missing from Connecticut. It was learned through the investigation that the subject had dementia and Alzheimer's and had left his residence in Connecticut at about 1:40 a.m. on Sept. 9. The subject was later released into the custody of his son who came up from Connecticut. The Windham County Sheriff's Office would like to thank the Bellows Falls Police Department for their assistance in this matter.

Sept. 10

- At 2:51 a.m., an individual called the Vermont State Police to report that their vehicle was struck by a Ford truck hauling a trailer while traveling on Carpenter Hill Road, in Guilford. The Ford truck left the scene of the accident shortly after the crash occurred. The Ford was described as belonging to a local excavating business in Vernon. Sgt. Ryan Wood traveled to Guilford to speak with the complainant, and Trooper Nader Hashim traveled to Vernon in an attempt to locate the vehicle. Trooper Hashim observed a vehicle matching the description traveling on Fort Bridgman Road. He activated his blue lights and sirens and attempted to stop the vehicle, but it failed to stop. The vehicle continued driving until it arrived at the business from which the vehicle was taken, and the operator, later identified as Lukas P. Wallace, 21, of Hinsdale, N.H., fled on foot. Wallace was later located at 7:18 a.m. at the Guilford Country Store. He was arrested and cited for leaving the scene of a crash and attempting to elude a police officer.

- At 7:39 a.m., the Vermont State Police responded to a call of a male matching the description of a male from a burglary that had occurred on Riverview Drive in Brookline. Troopers from the Westminster Barracks investigated the incident and subsequently arrested Joseph A. Pasquino, 32, of Brattleboro, for burglary and petit larceny. Pasquino was ordered to be held on $500 bail and will answer to the charges on Oct. 24 in Windham Superior Court, Criminal Division.

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