- At 8:30 a.m., troopers from the Vermont State Police Westminster Barracks were notified of a two-vehicle crash in the area of Exit 2 on Interstate 91 in Brattleboro. Investigation revealed that a 2002 Toyota Corolla being driven by Analynn Whaley, 17, of Putney, and a 2007 Toyota Corolla being driven by Ann Coakley, 59, of Putney, were both traveling southbound on Interstate 91. Whaley's vehicle, which was in the travel lane, attempted to change lanes and move into the passing lane. Whaley did not see Coakley's vehicle as it was in her blind spot. Whaley moved into the passing lane and side swiped Coakley's vehicle. Minor damage was sustained to both vehicles and both vehicles were driven from the scene.
- At 5:25 p.m., a member of the Vermont State Police was on patrol on Weatherhead Hollow Road as part of a long-term contract with Guilford. The trooper conducted a motor vehicle stop of a vehicle operated by Tylar Anderson, 54, of Brattleboro, for an expired inspection sticker. During the roadside investigation, it was determined that Anderson had a warrant for his arrest. Anderson was taken into custody and transported to the Southern State Correctional Facility. Anderson was held for contempt of a domestic order.
- At 10:12 p.m., the Keene, N.H., Police Department cited John M. Keller, 54, of Walpole, N.H., for operating a vehicle with an expired license and driving with a suspended license.
- At 10:43 p.m., the Vermont State Police conducted a traffic stop on a black Volvo S60 on Interstate 91 north in Rockingham after a be-on-the-lookout was aired advising that this vehicle was operating in an erratic manor. The caller advised that the above vehicle almost struck construction barrels as it traveled through the construction zone. After an investigation, it was determined that the operator, identified as Sue Ellen Story, 67, of Greenwich, Conn., was operating her vehicle in a negligent manner. Story was arrested and transported to the Westminster State Police Barracks, where she was released on a citation.
- At 7:31 p.m., the Vermont State Police received notification that a theft occurred on Smith Haven Lane in Londonderry. After an investigation, the complainant, Michael Koscinski, 57, of Londonderry, confessed to falsely reporting the theft of his cell phone and narcotics in an attempt to obtain more narcotics. Koscinski was transported to Southwestern Medical Center in Bennington for a crisis screening after he made statements of self-harm. Koscinski was issued a citation to appear in court.
- At 3:37 a.m., the Vermont State Police arrested Joseph Runge, 36, of Newfane, for disorderly conduct. Troopers encountered Runge while attempting to locate a suicidal subject in the area of Newfane Hill Road in Newfane. During the investigation, Runge became disorderly and threatened troopers participating in the investigation. After Runge was detained, he made several threats towards troopers. Runge ultimately was taken into custody by troopers for the offense of disorderly conduct and was issued a citation to appear in court.
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