- The Dover Police Department cited Nikolaus Trombley, 28, of Bennington, with attemping to suborn and obstruction.
- At 11:35 a.m., the Vermont State Police received a report of fight at a residence on US Route 5 in Westminster. Investigation revealed that Jason Thomas, 39, of Westminster, had engaged into an argument with his girlfriend in the yard of their home. After the conclusion of an extensive investigation, Thomas was subsequently issued a citation for disorderly conduct and ordered to report to the Vermont Superior Court, Criminal Division in Windham at a later date for arraignment.
- The Dover Police Department cited Gordon Bills, 27, of Wardsboro, with driving with a suspended license.
- Following an investigation of a burglary that was reported on Aug. 1, Timothy Slade, 26, of Londonderry, was cited to appear in court to answer the charges of receiving stolen property and resisting arrest. In addition, Morgan Powers, 34, of Jamaica, were cited to appear in court on the charges of receiving stolen property, accessory after the fact and false report to law enforcement officer. A Yamaha dirt bike had been reported stolen during the burglary of the residence and was recovered on Aug. 4 in South Londonderry.
- At 9:35 p.m., the New Hampshire State Police conducted a motor vehicle stop on Route 12 in Walpole, N.H. As a result, Casada Pencek, 19, of Bellows Falls, Vt., was cited with operating a vehicle with a revoked or suspended license.
- The Dover Police Department cited Allyn Chabot, 60, of West Dover, with driving under the influence.
- The Dover Police Department cited Marina Czechorowski, 25, of West Dover, with disorderly conduct and violation of conditions.
- The Dover Police Department cited Anthony Delucci, 58, of Ossining, N.Y., with driving under the influence — refusal.
- At 7:09 p.m. Vermont State Police conducted a motor vehicle stop on Vermont Route 103, in Rockingham. During the investigation it was determined that the operator, Stephen Deroy, 58, of Douglas, Mass., was under the influence of alcohol. Deroy was arrested for suspicion of DUI and transported to the Westminster State Police Barracks for processing. He was fingerprinted, photographed, and issued a citation to appear at the Windham County Superior Court Criminal Division at a later date.
- At 7:46 p.m., the Vermont State Police observed a vehicle identified as a 2000 Toyota Celica crash into a tree on the south bound lane of Vermont Route 100, in Londonderry. After an investigation, it was determined that the operator, Henry Nash, 58, of Groton, Conn., was under the influence of alcohol. He was transported to the Springfield Hospital, where he was treated for his injuries, and cited to appear in Vermont Superior Court, Windham Criminal Division at a later date.
- At 8 p.m., Vermont State Police stopped Scott Amidon, 43, of Perkinsville, on Interstate 91 South in the area of Mile Marker 30. Amidon was found to have an extraditable warrant from the state of New Hampshire. Amidon was arrested as a fugitive from justice, violation of conditions, and had a criminally suspended driver license. The Honorable Michael Kainen was contacted and ordered Amidon held without bail. Amidon was transported to the Southern State Correctional facility and issued a criminal citation ordering him to appear in the Windham County Superior Court Criminal Division at a later date.
- At 10:46 p.m., Vermont State Police received a 911 call of a vehicle off the road in the area of VT Route 100 and Lower Podunk Road, in Wardsboro. Members of the State Police, along with the Dover Police Department, responded to the area. Investigation revealed that the vehicle, a 2004 Chevrolet Aveo, was being operated by Thomas D. McManus, 42, of Wardsboro. While traveling on Route 100, McManus lost control of the vehicle, and subsequently left the roadway and struck an adjacent fence. While speaking to McManus, troopers observed signs of impairment. McManus was transported by ambulance to Brattleboro Memorial Hospital for minor injuries. McManus was then processed for DUI, and was later released with a citation to appear in Windham Superior Court Criminal Division at a later date.
- At 9:40 p.m., the the Bellows Falls Police Department responded to the area of Rockingham Street near Cheever Tire for the report of a subject lying in the roadway. As a result, Michael Nauceder, 23, of Rockingham, was cited with disorderly conduct for impeding motor vehicle traffic and resisting arrest.
- At 12:30 a.m., the Brattleboro Police Department conducted a motor vehicle stop on Canal Street for a traffic violation. The operator of the vehicle, Hilary Holden, 35, of Newfane, at first provided the officer with no license and a false name. The name provided was of an actual person with a valid license. Investigation revealed Holden's identity and that her license to drive was civilly suspended. Holden was cited with giving false information to a law enforcement officer.
- At 3:40 a.m., the Brattleboro Police Department responded to a report of a sexual assault that had occurred in a Prospect Street residence. Responding officers were given a suspect description of a male wearing grey shorts and a black backpack. No further description or information was available. Investigators learned that the unknown male subject made entry into an occupied dwelling and sexually assaulted a female victim. The victim did not report any physical injuries as a result of the assault. No subjects matching the description have been located yet. Anyone with information about this incident is urged to call the Brattleboro Police Department at 802-257-7950 or stop in to make a report at 62 Black Mountain Road.
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