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28, Jul 2014 - Rutland Man dies after lawn mower crash A Mount Holly man is dead after a lawn mower crash Wednesday. On Monday, Vermont State police said 54 year-old George Lynn, of Mt. Holly, Vermont, died from injuries sustained in a lawn mower crash July 2, 2014 Vermont State police in Rutland said Lynn died of his injuries at 1:45 p.m on July 4, at Fletcher Allen Hospital in Burlington.  Lynn is Formerly from Bristol, Connecticut. Police said in ...
25, Jul 2014 - Rutland Police arrest 27 in Vermont city drug sweep Vermont police say 27 people have been arrested in a drug sweep in the city of Rutland.
25, Jul 2014 - Rutland Police calls down in one area city Rutland police say a study found the number of calls for service in the Vermont city dropped almost 25 percent in the first six months of this year compared to 2013. Police Chief James Baker says they're still working to make sure the numbers are correct and if so what caused the drop. Baker says burglary and larceny reports are down 2 percent, but drug complaints were up. Baker tells The ...
25, Jul 2014 - Rutland Vermont panel takes testimony on protecting kids A special legislative committee seeking solutions to a child protection crisis in Vermont is hearing from a number of key players, including the heads of the child welfare department, the state police, key police chiefs...
25, Jul 2014 - Rutland Death row inmate Donald Fell gets new trial A U.S. District Court judge has ordered a new trial for a Vermont man on federal death row for the 2000 killing of a North Clarendon woman abducted outside a Rutland supermarket.      Federal Judge William Sessions III issued the order Thursday on the appeal filed by attorneys for Donald Fell.      Fell was sentenced to death in 2005 after a jury found him guilty of the abduction of 53-year-old ...
25, Jul 2014 - Rutland Man dies in lawn mower crash A Mount Holly man is dead after a lawn mower crash Wednesday. On Monday, Vermont State police said 54 year-old George Lynn, of Mt. Holly, Vermont, died from injuries sustained in a lawn mower crash July 2, 2014 Vermont State police in Rutland said Lynn died of his injuries at 1:45 p.m on July 4, at Fletcher Allen Hospital in Burlington.  Lynn is Formerly from Bristol, Connecticut. Police said in ...
25, Jul 2014 - Rutland Special legislative panel takes testimony on protecting kids A special legislative committee seeking solutions to a child protection crisis in Vermont is hearing from a number of key players, including the heads of the child welfare department, the state police, police chiefs and prosecutors. Department for Children and Families Commissioner David Yacavone told lawmakers Wednesday that his department's goal is ensuring children's safety, not reunifying ...
25, Jul 2014 - Rutland Police arrest 27 in city drug sweep Vermont police say 27 people have been arrested in a drug sweep in the city of Rutland. Police say the arrests that took place on Monday and Tuesday were the result of long term, sustained efforts by law enforcement to reduce the flow of dangerous drugs into Vermont. The people arrested ranged in age from 18 to 54. Most charges involved the sale of heroin or cocaine. All are due to be arraigned ...
25, Jul 2014 - Rutland Lawmakers hear conflicting testimony on primacy of reunification policy at DCF State officials and police Wednesday gave conflicting accounts about whether reunification of families in cases of abuse or neglect is the state's primary goal. Lawmakers say they want to revisit the matter at future hearings and get a straight story from the Vermont Department for Families and Children.
25, Jul 2014 - Rutland Police calls down in Rutland Rutland police say a study found the number of calls for service in the Vermont city dropped almost 25 percent in the first six months of this year compared to 2013.
25, Jul 2014 - Rutland Police calls down in Vermont city, reason unclear Rutland police say a study found the number of calls for service in the Vermont city dropped almost 25 percent in the first six months of this year compared to 2013.
12, Jul 2014 - Rutland Monkton resident arrested after sit-in at Vermont Gas strict warning: Non-static method view::load() should not be called statically in /home/addison/public_html/sites/all/modules/views/views.module on line 1118.
04, Jul 2014 - Rutland Human Services chief shuffles staff in wake of Vermont DCF problems RUTLAND -- A new boss at the Rutland office of the Department for Children and Families is one of several changes state officials announced late Friday afternoon in an attempt to reform the department following a police report last week that condemned the way that office handled the Dezirae Sheldon case.
26, Jun 2014 - Rutland Driver, family reach settlement in fatal crash The family of a Vermont woman killed in a hit-and-run crash last year has reached a settlement with the driver.      Merrill Outslay of Mendon, the husband of 71-year-old Jane Outslay, sued Christopher Sullivan in Rutland civil court earlier this year.      The 53-year-old Sullivan, former city attorney for Rutland, pleaded not guilty to leaving the scene of a fatal crash and driving under the ...
23, Jun 2014 - Rutland Woman gets 13 months for embezzlement A former University of Vermont employee who pleaded guilty to embezzling at least $185,000 from the college's cheese making program is going to prison for 13 months. Jody Farnham of Burlington was sentenced Monday in federal court in Rutland. She had pleaded guilty to charges she cashed tuition checks for her own use that were earmarked for the college's Vermont Institute for Artisan Cheese ...
12, Jun 2014 - Rutland North Bergen man charged with sexual assault in Vermont A North Bergen man is being held on $275,000 bail on sexual assault and drug charges in a Vermont town, just off Interstate 91, near the New Hampshire border, according to a newspaper report.
06, Jun 2014 - Rutland Video released of Vt. woman approaching officer with knife Newly released police surveillance video shows a Vermont woman, later acquitted of attempted murder approaching a police officer from behind with a knife.
05, Jun 2014 - Rutland Jury Acquits Woman Caught On Film Attacking Police Officer With Knife Jury Acquits Woman Caught On Film Attacking Police Officer With Knife Woman Attacks Police Officer With Knife, Charges Acquitted by Jury Jury Acquits Woman Who Attacked Police Officer with Knife Jury Acquits Woman Caught On Film Attacking Police Officer With Knife Legal Local Jennifer Berube Not Optimized A Vermont jury acquitted a woman charged with attempted murder of a police officer on ...
05, Jun 2014 - Rutland Vermont woman who tried to slit cop’s throat acquitted A jury found a Vermont woman, charged with attempted murder after trying to slit a Rutland police officer’s throat, not guilty. read more
05, Jun 2014 - Rutland Pawlet man pleads not guilty to several charges BENNINGTON -- Police said a Pawlet man who was attempting to summon a ride by standing in the middle of the road became irate, kicked a cop, and damaged police property after being taken into custody. Mark R. Ricketts Jr., 29, pleaded not guilty Tuesday in Vermont Superior Court to a felony count of aggravated assault on a police officer, and misdemeanor counts of unlawful mischief,
28, May 2014 - Rutland Protestor arrested after chaining self to utility building South Burlington, Vermont police said Sara Mehalick, 31, of Plainfield, was cited for unlawful trespass and released with a court date next month following a protest at the Vermont Gas offices in South Burlington. She had chained herself to a door jamb outside the utility's headquarters. Police said they used bolt cutters to remove the chain. They also said Mehalick refused to walk to a waiting ...
28, May 2014 - Rutland AG issues warning about jury duty scam The Vermont attorney general's office is warning of a jury duty scam hitting Chittenden County.
28, May 2014 - Rutland Former state senator charged with DUI after crash Former Rutland state senator William Carris was arrested for driving under the influence after Vermont State Police say he caused a head-on crash Tuesday morning West Rutland. Tap here to view photos from the scene. Police say Carris failed to maintain his lane as he drove south on Vermont Route 133. He collided with northbound Robert MacMurray. Carris was uninjured in the crash. MacMurray was ...
27, May 2014 - Rutland Police unchain, arrest pipeline protester A group that opposes a natural gas pipeline to extend service to Vermont's Addison and Rutland counties has wrapped up its protest outside of the company's headquarters. Tap here to view photos from the scene on your mobile device. Members of Rising Tide Vermont said the pipeline will increase reliance on fossil fuels responsible for climate change. They protested in front of Vermont Gas ...
27, May 2014 - Rutland Vermont State Police: Inmate accused of pouring hot coffee on man RUTLAND (AP) - Vermont State Police say a prison inmate has been accused of pouring hot coffee onto another inmate's back, injuring him.
27, May 2014 - Rutland Inmate accused of pouring hot coffee on man RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) - Vermont State Police say a prison inmate has been accused of pouring hot coffee onto another inmate's back, injuring him.
13, May 2014 - Rutland Vermont Senate advances stun gun training bill The Vermont Senate has given preliminary approval calling for statewide training standards for police who carry electronic control devices, or stun guns.
13, May 2014 - Rutland VSP apologize to grieving mother after hit-and-run incident A grieving mother frustrated by the investigation into the hit-and-run that police say killed her son gets an apology from the head of the Vermont State Police.
13, May 2014 - Rutland GOP leader hits colleague for race comments The Republican leader in the Vermont House is criticizing a fellow GOP lawmaker over comments widely seen as racially insensitive. Rep. Don Turner, the House minority leader, says he's troubled by remarks made Thursday by Rep. Douglas Gage of Rutland during debate on a bill requiring statewide training of police against racial profiling. Gage quoted someone he said was an African-American ...
09, May 2014 - Rutland Vermont GOP leader hits colleague for race comments MONTPELIER (AP) -- The Republican leader in the Vermont House is criticizing a fellow GOP lawmaker over comments widely seen as racially insensitive. Rep. Don Turner, the House minority leader, said Friday he was disturbed by remarks made Thursday by Rep. Douglas Gage of Rutland during debate on a bill requiring statewide training of police against racial profiling.
02, May 2014 - Rutland Attempted murder suspect refuses to appear in court A man who police believe shot his neighbor and two Vermont state troopers in the head was arraigned Monday. On the WPTZ App? Tap here to see the video. The Rutland District and Family Courthouse was packed with members of state police and nearly a dozen of the victim’s family members, but the defendant refused to appear in court. The judge chose to hold the arraignment anyway. “I considered ...
02, May 2014 - Rutland Suspect Pleads Not Guilty in Vt. Shootings This undated photo provided by the Vermont State Police shows Timothy Foley.
30, Apr 2014 - Rutland Suspect absent from court after shootings RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) — A Vermont man charged with shooting and wounding two state police troopers and a disabled neighbor in his bed refused to appear in court Monday to answer four attempted murder charges, but his attorney entered a not guilty plea on his behalf.
30, Apr 2014 - Rutland Panel to look at Vermont child abuse cases, but not Dezirae's Alyssa Todd, director of the Windham County Child Advocacy Center, (back to camera) and Detective Jonathan Griffus of the Brattleboro Police Department speak Wednesday to a special Senate panel looking at issues surrounding the death of a Rutland County toddler.
30, Apr 2014 - Rutland Student who fell out Vt. dorm window had wine laced with LSD Vermont State Police say a student who suffered severe injuries after falling from a fourth-floor dormitory window at Green Mountain College had been drinking wine that contained LSD.
30, Apr 2014 - Rutland Tinmouth man sentenced in heroin case A Tinmouth, Vermont, man has been sentenced to more than three years in prison on heroin conspiracy charges.
29, Apr 2014 - Rutland Police say drugs smuggled into prison on baby RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) — Vermont State Police say a couple attempted to smuggle drugs into the Marble Valley Correctional Facility by attaching them to a baby.        
29, Apr 2014 - Rutland Teenager accused of bringing heroin into prison Vermont State Police said they arrested a 19-year-old Rutland teenager for allegedly bringing heroin into the Marble Valley Regional Correctional Center. Police said Anthony Courcelle, 19, was in the process of being transported to the correctional center from other housing when officers located the heroin on his person. Courcelle is expected to appear in court in June.
28, Apr 2014 - Rutland Man gets 15 years for making child pornography RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) — Federal prosecutors say a 46-year-old Vermont man is going to prison for 15 years after being convicted of making child pornography.
27, Apr 2014 - Rutland Man sentenced to 15 years in child porn case ST. ALBANS, Vt. (AP) — A Vermont man has been sentenced to at least 15 years in prison after reaching a plea agreement in a case involving the sexual assault of an 8-year-old girl and possession of child pornography.
20, Apr 2014 - Rutland Mental health evaluation ordered in shootings case A judge has ordered a mental health evaluation of a Vermont man charged with shooting and wounding two state police troopers and a disabled neighbor to determine if he is competent to stand trial.
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