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May 8

- Following a traffic stop at approximately 9:20 p.m. on Route 9 in Keene, N.H., the New Hampshire State Police cited Brian Roy, 27, of Walpole, N.H., for driving after revocation/suspension, suspension of vehicle registration, license required, operating without a license, and improper person operating a vehicle.

May 19

- At approximately 11:50 a.m. Vermont State Police - Westminster Barracks received a complaint regarding a vehicle that was blocking a business in Putney. According to the complainant, the operator appeared to be passed out behind the wheel. Upon further investigation, it was determined that the operator of the vehicle, Marc Murphy, 47, of Williston, was operating the vehicle while under the influence of alcohol.

Murphy was transported by ambulance to Brattleboro Memorial Hospital to be evaluated. While receiving medical treatment at BMH, Murphy acted disorderly by yelling profanities which were determined to be disruptive to other occupants of the hospital. Murphy was arrested and brought to the Westminster State Police Barracks for processing. Murphy was released with a citation to appear in Vermont Superior Court Windham Criminal Division at a future date to answer to the charges of DUI and disorderly conduct.

- At about 5:20 p.m., the Windham County Sheriff's Office was alerted to a vandalism that occurred at 80 E Putney Falls Road in Putney approximately 20 minutes prior. A small, white SUV (possibly a Subaru Forester) and three people were seen leaving the area. The Windham County Sheriff's Office is asking anyone with information related to this case to contact Sgt. Norton at 802-365-4942.

- At approximately 8 p.m., troopers with the Vermont State Police - Westminster Barracks were advised of a theft from a vehicle in Westminster. During the course of the investigation Reginald Kelley, 50, was found to be in possession of crack cocaine at his residence in Westminster. Based on facts learned during the investigation, Kelley was confirmed to be the suspect from the car theft. It was discovered that Phillip Kissell, 55, of Westminster, was at the residence with Kelley and in possession of a firearm; he is prohibited from possessing a firearm. Kissell and Kelley were both issued criminal citations for their respected charges. They are scheduled to appear in court at a future date.



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