- On Sept. 29, the Springfield Police Department began an investigation into a package of jewelry that was delivered to the wrong address. The package was reported delivered by mistake to Megan Prue, 26, of Bellows Falls. Prue told police she had dropped the package off at the Springfield Post Office, but detectives were unable to find proof that she did so. Prue eventually admitted to having two of the four pieces of jewelry in her possession, and admitted to providing the police with misleading information. Prue was offered the opportunity to avoid a larceny charge by returning the other two pieces of jewelry; however, she allegedly claimed that she did not possess the two missing pieces of jewelry. One missing piece of jewelry is valued at hundreds of dollars, and the other is valued in the thousands of dollars. Anyone who has information regarding the whereabouts of the missing jewelry is asked to contact Sergeant Gregory Molgano at 802-885-2113. Prue was cited with grand larceny and providing false information to a law enforcement officer.
- At 9:30 a.m., the Vermont State Police stopped a vehicle on Putney Landing Road in Putney for a minor motor vehicle violation. The operator, identified as Amanda Fogg, 30, Townshend, gave another person's license as her own identification. Once properly identified, it was discovered that Fogg had a criminally suspended license and two outstanding warrants. Both warrants were for failure to appear for theft of services and providing false information to police. Fogg was arrested and cited for driving with a criminally suspended license and giving false information to police. She was lodged at the Southern State Correctional Facility on the two warrants.
- At 12:42 p.m., the Walpole, N.H., Police Department responded to the intersection of Watkins Hill Road and County Road for a single-vehicle crash. On arrival, officers found that the vehicle left the roadway on Watkins Hill Road while traveling north, where it collided with several trees, causing it to roll over before coming to rest. The involved vehicle was a Gray 2014 Hyundai Elantra. The operator was identified as Xavier Simonetti, 21, of Swanzey, N.H., along with passenger Shannon Brown, 18, of Walpole, N.H. Simonetti and Brown were extricated from the vehicle by members of the Walpole Fire Department. They were both transported to Cheshire Medical Center-Keene by Walpole Ambulance for what appeared to be non-life threatening injuries. At this time speed appears to have been a contributing factor, however the cause in still under investigation. Anyone who witnessed the collision and has not already spoken with police or has any other information is asked to contact Corporal Raymond Gosetti at 603-445-2058 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- At 4 p.m. the Vermont State Police responded to a motor vehicle crash on Rice Farm Road in Dummerston. Charles Nelson, 55, of Leominster, Mass., was traveling south in a 2016 Chevrolet Colorado when he failed to negotiate a sharp right curve. His vehicle traveled off the road and struck a utility pole. Nelson was taken to Brattleboro Memorial Hospital for evaluation. Nelson was suspected of being under the influence of an intoxicating beverage. He was processed at BMH, cited for DUI, and released.
- During the morning hours, Vermont State Police troopers from the Westminster Barracks conducted a saturation patrol on Interstate 91 in Windsor and Windham counties. The purpose of the patrol was to enforce motor vehicle laws, and promote safe driving on the roadways. During the patrol, troopers completed a total of 20 traffic stops, issuing 13 tickets for violating conditions and seven warnings.
- At 4 p.m., the Vermont State Police responded to Green River Road in Halifax to investigate the report of a burglary. Troopers learned sometime between Nov. 12 and 19,= someone entered the home and stole a Sony television, a DVD player, and a circular saw. Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to call 802-722-4600.
- At 5:45 a.m., the Vermont State Police responded to a two-vehicle collision on Interstate 91 in Brattleboro. Troopers determined Kelly Gibbons, 54, of Duxbury, was traveling north when his tractor trailer was rear-ended by a tractor trailer being driven by Harpeet S. Ahuja, 53, of Wallingford. As a result of the collision, Ahuja's tractor trailer jack-knifed, blocking the northbound lanes until 7:45 a.m.
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