HIGHGATE SPRINGS: Custom’s and Border Protection Agents contacted the Vermont State Police on Tuesday about an irate man that was in custody at the border crossing. Continue reading “TRICKS DON’T GET YOU ACROSS THE BORDER”
Police have named the man that was arrested at a Richford home Sunday evening.
According to police, Lee Dumas, 32, of Richford is being accused of Aggravated Operation Without Owner’s Consent, Driving Under the Influence (5th offense), Operating After Suspension, Aggravated Disorderly Conduct, Retail Theft, and Assault on a Law Enforcement Officer with bodily fluids.
By Gregory J. Lamoureux
A nurse that worked at Northwestern Medical Center’s Emergency Department has been issued a formal reprimand on his nursing license for switching narcotics with Tylenol. Continue reading “ICU/EMERGENCY DEPT. NURSE SWITCHED NARCOTICS WITH TYLENOL”
One teen is in prison, and another is out on conditions after police have accused the pair of stealing a car and leading police on a high-speed chase on Sunday. Continue reading “TEENS STEAL CAR, LEAD POLICE ON HIGH SPEED CHASE”
St. Albans Police identified the driver that died in a one-car crash on Maquam Shore Road in St. Albans on Saturday afternoon.
Officials in the Village of Enosburg Falls are moving forward with a multi-million-dollar hydro renovation project.
At their October 4th meeting, the Board of Trustees approved spending $107,000 from the electric department for the project. Continue reading “E’BURG FALLS HYDRO RENOVATION MOVING FORWARD”
Just before 2 am this morning, a St. Albans Police Officer was patrolling the city when he came upon an assault victim lying in the road in front of BFA St. Albans, according to Police Chief Gary Taylor.
The man was unconscious from his injuries, but later regained consciousness as the officer tended to his injuries.
Few details were made public this morning, but police did say that the man “sustained significant head trauma and lacerations to the right side of his head.” Continue reading “ST. ALBANS POLICE SEARCH FOR ASSAILANT”
According to the Vermont Attorney General’s Office, buyers of meat from Gregory Finch’s Vermont’s Family Farm in Enosburgh thought they were buying anti-biotic free Vermont pork, and consumers paid a premium price for it. But Finch cannot prove his pigs were born and raised in Vermont or were anti-biotic free for their entire lives – and the Attorney General’s evidence indicates otherwise. So Finch, who is no longer farming or living in Vermont, and the Attorney General have settled for a civil penalty of over $140,000. “Vermonters are willing to pay extra for meat raised in Vermont. We won’t let their money pad the pockets of those making fake claims,” said Attorney General Bill Sorrell. Continue reading “ENOSBURGH FARMER SOLD OUT OF STATE MEAT AS “VERMONT GROWN””