- The Brattleboro Police Department responded to a downtown business for the report of a shoplifter. As a result, Brooke Saladino-Balch, 50, Brattleboro, was cited with retail theft.
- Responding to a report of a theft from a business on Canal Street, an officer from the Brattleboro Police Department observed a male subject exit the business, running from employees. As a result, Michael J. Campbell, 42, of Brattleboro, was arrested and cited with retail theft. Campbell was also taken into custody on an outstanding arrest warrant.
- The Brattleboro Police responded to the Brattleboro Transportation Center for a report of a man sleeping on the top level of the Transportation Center near the elevator. Upon arrival, James H. Neveu, 61, of Brattleboro, was found sleeping in the foyer area of the Transportation Center. It was discovered that Neveu had been previously trespassed from the Transportation Center and had active conditions of release that he must remain 300 feet away from the Transportation Center. Neveu also was found to be in possession of alcohol, another violation of his active conditions of release.
- On Sept. 29, the Brattleboro Police Department began an investigation into the theft of items from a Washington Street residence. As a result, Tonya L. Camolli, 33, of Brattleboro, was cited with theft.
- At just before 1 a.m., a member of the Vermont State Police observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed, northbound, on Interstate 91, in the town of Westminster. The trooper performed a motor-vehicle stop and the investigation revealed that the operator, identified as Aaron L. Gobin, 30, of Hartland, had an extraditable warrant for his arrest from the state of New Hampshire. Further investigation revealed that Gobin, as well as his passenger, identified as Dylan T. Avery, 20, of Barre, were in possession of heroin; 154 bags of heroin were seized from the vehicle. Both occupants were arrested.
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