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17, Jun 2014 - Windsor Judge OKs Bail For Bolaski White River Junction — A Windsor Superior Court judge has ruled that Kyle Bolaski, the Springfield, Vt., man whose second-degree murder conviction was overturned by the Vermont Supreme Court, can be released on $100,000 bail with conditions as he awaits a new trial.
15, Jun 2014 - Windsor Judge rejects deal in Vt. prison guard smuggling case A Vermont judge has rejected a plea agreement that would have allowed a former correctional officer to avoid jail for smuggling marijuana into the Windsor prison.
15, Jun 2014 - Windsor Judge rejects deal in prison guard smuggling case A Vermont judge has rejected a plea agreement that would have allowed a former correctional officer to avoid jail for smuggling marijuana into the Windsor prison.
13, Jun 2014 - Windsor 2 Charged In Vermont Shooting Leon Jiggetts appears in Windsor Superior Court in White River Junction on June 12, 2014, following his arrest for attempted second-degree murder and burglary.
11, Jun 2014 - Windsor Judge rejects deal in Vermont prison guard smuggling case WHITE RIVER JUNCTION (AP) - A Vermont judge has rejected a plea agreement that would have allowed a former correctional officer to avoid jail for smuggling marijuana into the Windsor prison.
06, May 2014 - Windsor Man who swindled deaf and blind widow gets seven-year prison term A Vermont parolee was sentenced to state prison Monday for stealing more than $280,000 from a widow with dementia to buy a classic record collection, a Tiffany & Co. engagement ring and a "sex swing."
30, Apr 2014 - Windsor Windsor man sentenced for child porn A 26-year-old Vermont man will serve a year and eight months in federal prison and five years of supervised release on a federal child pornography conviction.
30, Apr 2014 - Windsor Former youth worker sentenced for child porn A 26-year-old Vermont man will serve a year and eight months in federal prison and five years of supervised release on a federal child pornography conviction. The office of U.S. Attorney Tristram Coffin says Gerard Mascola of Windsor was detected sharing child pornography over the Internet by special agents from the Office of Homeland Security Investigations. Mascola was indicted by a federal ...
20, Apr 2014 - Windsor Two Vt. women facing drug charges A police search of a White River Junction, Vt. residence turned up documents concerning drug dealers and users in three states, including New Hampshire. Two Vermont women are under arrest for heroin possession in connection with the investigation.
07, Jun 2013 - Windsor As of July 1, pot possession draws a ticket, not a charge in Vermont ESSEX — As of July 1, those caught by police in Vermont with an ounce or less of marijuana will be subject to a ticket, not a criminal charge.
07, Jun 2013 - Windsor Pot arrests differ dramatically by race, study says A new study by the American Civil Liberties Union suggests blacks in Vermont are four times more likely to be arrested than whites for marijuana possession. The ACLU looked at FBI crimes reports and census data to compile their report. “It's another indication that Vermont should not ignore,” said Allen Gilbert, executive director of ACLU-Vermont. “Vermont has a racial profiling problem and ...
24, May 2013 - Windsor Vt. prison inmates help bats by making roosts WINDSOR, Vt. (AP) — Inmates at Vermont's Windsor prison are helping to save bats by building daytime roosting boxes.        
17, May 2013 - Windsor Hartland Man in Hit-and-Run Charge Hartland — A Hartland man has been charged with driving into a pedestrian in the breakdown lane of Route 5 in November and then fleeing, Vermont State Police said.
17, May 2013 - Windsor Green Mountain Lawmakers Pass Plate Reader Restrictions Montpelier — Vermont lawmakers this week approved a bill to regulate for the first time police use of automatic license plate readers and require law enforcement to dispose of the potentially sensitive information after 18 months.
15, May 2013 - Windsor Windsor Denies Abuse Case Claims Windsor — Windsor police and the Vermont Department of Children and Families are denying claims made by a 69-year-old grandfather who sued them for allegedly conducting a flawed sex assault investigation that was abandoned only after he had lost custody of his grandson and his name was placed on a child protection registry.
07, May 2013 - Windsor Crime Lab Backup Slows White River Junction Shooting Case; Gun Still Not Tested Year Later Hartford — More than one year after a man was shot while walking in downtown White River Junction in what police said was a random attack, evidence in the case has not been examined by the Vermont state crime lab.
07, May 2013 - Windsor Crime Lab Backup Slows Case Hartford — More than one year after a man was shot while walking in downtown White River Junction in what police said was a random attack, evidence in the case has not been examined by the Vermont state crime lab.
07, May 2013 - Windsor Crime Lab Backup Slows White River Junction Shooting Case Hartford — More than one year after a man was shot while walking in downtown White River Junction in what police said was a random attack, evidence in the case has not been examined by the Vermont state crime lab.
02, May 2013 - Windsor Vermont woman killed in NH accident Police are investigating an early morning car accident in Claremont that killed a 42-year-old woman.
30, Apr 2013 - Windsor New Trial Sought in Vermont Murder; Lawyers Argue Jury Denied Evidence Kyle Bolaski on August 18, 2008, at his arraignment in Windsor District Court. (Valley News - Jennifer Hauck) Vincent Tamburello Sr., left, and his wife, Ronnie Tamburello, react in May 2011 to the jury's guilty verdict in the second-degree murder trial of Kyle Bolaski, who shot and killed their son, Vincent, in a 2008 dispute.
17, Apr 2013 - Windsor Garlinger charged with negligent homicide Luke Garlinger, 29, of Mansfield was arrested and charged with negligent homicide for his involvement in a fatal car accident on April 7 in Claremont, NH that took the life of Shellie Blaisdell, 42, of Windsor, Vermont.
17, Apr 2013 - Windsor Mass. man charged in fatal Claremont wreck Police have arrested the surviving driver from Monday's fatal Main Street crash that claimed the life of a Vermont woman.
09, Apr 2013 - Windsor Burglar hits occupied Hanover homes A Vermont man was arrested in Hanover early Sunday after police said he entered at least two homes in town and stole cash.
09, Apr 2013 - Windsor Vt. man accused of NH home break-ins HANOVER, N.H. (AP) — Authorities have arrested a Vermont man accused of entering at least two New Hampshire homes and stealing cash.        
09, Apr 2013 - Windsor Former Vt. Dept of Safety lawyer charged with DUI A woman who worked as lawyer for the Vermont Department of Public Safety is facing charges of driving under the influence and cruelty to children after police said she was driving erratically with two young children in her...
09, Apr 2013 - Windsor Vt. man charged with Hanover burglaries HANOVER -- Two incidents of a man sneaking into a home in town has lead to the arrest of a Vermont man on burglary charges.
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