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March 4, 2015

Press Release/Vermont State Police/Lost Alpine Skier/15A101207

STATE OF VERMONT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
VERMONT STATE POLICE
PRESS RELEASE

CASE#: 15A101207
TROOPER: Corporal Andrew Leise, Sgt. Todd Ambroz
STATION: VT State Police Williston
CONTACT#: 1-802-878-7111



INCIDENT: Lost Alpine Skier
DATE/TIME: February 3, 2015/ 2133 hours
LOCATION: Maple Ridge, Underhill State Park



LOST SKIER: Hebert E. Jones Jr.
AGE: 66
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Richmond, VT



SUMMARY OF INCIDENT: On February 3, 2015 at approximately 2133 hours Williston State Police dispatch received a cell phone call from a lost skier at Underhill State Park in Underhill, VT. Hebert E. Jones Jr. 66 y/o of Richmond called to advise that he was lost. Jones had been back country alpine skiing in the area since 1pm and could not find his way out. Troopers responded immediately and arrived within 25 minutes. Upon arrival Troopers used cruiser lights, sirens, as well as road flares on Mountain Road to assist in guiding Jones out of the woods. Jones exited the woods approximately one hour after VSP arrival. Jones was in the woods for over eight hours and lost for approximately six hours before calling for assistance. Although Jones was tired he did not need medical assistance. State Police urge back country hikers, skiers, etc. to be prepared for the elements and to use GPS systems when necessary to aid in navigation.















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March 3, 2015

Re: UPDATE RE: Road Closure

AOT has advised that the sandbar is now open to traffic. It is still recommended that unnecessary travel be delayed and motorists should use caution and travel at speeds appropriate for the road conditions and visibility.

From: Media North [mailto:MEDIANORTH@DPS.STATE.VT.US] On Behalf Of Cronin, Lindsay
Sent: Tuesday, March 03, 2015 10:24 PM
To: DPS - medianorth
Subject: [MEDIANORTH] UPDATE RE: Road Closure

Please be advised that US Route 2 on the Sandbar remains closed due to white-out conditions. As per Grand Isle County Sheriff, there are no vehicles currently stuck on the Sandbar, the closure is strictly due to white-out conditions and near-zero visibility.

Also, please be advised the Vermont State Police have received reports of other areas that have white-out and near-zero visibility conditions; specifically Routes 104 & 105.

Vermont State Police recommends that if travel is not necessary that it be delayed until these white-out low visibility conditions clear. Regardless, Vermont State Police requests all motorists to travel at speeds appropriate for road conditions and low visibility, and use caution.

Updates will be provided as information becomes available.


From: Cronin, Lindsay
Sent: Tuesday, March 03, 2015 9:38 PM
To: DPS - medianorth
Subject: Road Closure

Please be advised Grand Isle County Sheriff and Milton PD have closed US Route 2 on the Sandbar in South Hero and Milton, due to multiple vehicle incidents resulting from white-out conditions. Motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes, no further information available at this time. Updates will be provided.

Lindsay N. Cronin
Dispatcher
Vermont State Police
802-878-7111



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Lake Champlain Ferry Closure

Please be advised the Lake Champlain Ferry crossing between Grand Isle, VT and Cumberland Head, NY has been shut down due to the high winds and low visibility on Lake Champlain.

As per Grand Isle Sheriff, no further information is available at this time. Updates will be provided as information becomes available.

All motorists should be advised that the ferry is closed until further notice.

Lindsay N. Cronin
Dispatcher
Vermont State Police
802-878-7111



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UPDATE RE: Road Closure

Please be advised that US Route 2 on the Sandbar remains closed due to white-out conditions. As per Grand Isle County Sheriff, there are no vehicles currently stuck on the Sandbar, the closure is strictly due to white-out conditions and near-zero visibility.

Also, please be advised the Vermont State Police have received reports of other areas that have white-out and near-zero visibility conditions; specifically Routes 104 & 105.

Vermont State Police recommends that if travel is not necessary that it be delayed until these white-out low visibility conditions clear. Regardless, Vermont State Police requests all motorists to travel at speeds appropriate for road conditions and low visibility, and use caution.

Updates will be provided as information becomes available.


From: Cronin, Lindsay
Sent: Tuesday, March 03, 2015 9:38 PM
To: DPS - medianorth
Subject: Road Closure

Please be advised Grand Isle County Sheriff and Milton PD have closed US Route 2 on the Sandbar in South Hero and Milton, due to multiple vehicle incidents resulting from white-out conditions. Motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes, no further information available at this time. Updates will be provided.

Lindsay N. Cronin
Dispatcher
Vermont State Police
802-878-7111



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Vermont State Police Press Release, Bomb threat at Kentucky Fried Chicken St. Johnsbury, Case # 15B100673, date 3/3/2015

Vermont State Police
Press Release
Case # 15B100673
Incident: Bomb Threat
Date: 3/3/2015 at approximately 1935 hours
Location: Kentucky Fried Chicken/Taco Bell Us Route 5 St. Johnsbury VT

On the aforementioned date and time State Police received a report of a bomb threat that was called into the Kentucky Fried Chicken/ Taco Bell on Us Route 5 in St. Johnsbury VT. The business was only occupied by staff and no customers were present at the time of the call. The building was evacuated and members of the St. Johnsbury Fire Department responded to stand by. Vermont State Police met with staff and checked the building. Nothing suspicious was located. Anyone with any information on this incident is asked to contact the Vermont State Police at 802-748-3111 or Northeast Kingdom Crime Stoppers at 802-748-2222.

Sergeant Denis P. Girouard
Vermont State Police Troop B
Patrol Commander
1068 US Route 5, Suite 1
St. Johnsbury VT. 05819
PH: 802-748-3111
FX: 802-748-1585


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Road Closure

Please be advised Grand Isle County Sheriff and Milton PD have closed US Route 2 on the Sandbar in South Hero and Milton, due to multiple vehicle incidents resulting from white-out conditions. Motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes, no further information available at this time. Updates will be provided.

Lindsay N. Cronin
Dispatcher
Vermont State Police
802-878-7111



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3 car crash Irasburg

STATE OF VERMONT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
VERMONT STATE POLICE

PRESS RELEASE
MOTOR VEHICLE CRASH

CASE#: 15B200651
TROOPER: C.R Field
STATION: Derby
CONTACT#: 334-8881

DATE/TIME: 3/2/15 @ 3:05PM
LOCATION: VT RTE 14 Irasburg near Mill Road.

VEHICLE #1
OPERATOR: Madelyn Sinon
AGE: 51
SEAT BELT? unknown
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Morrisville, VT

DESCRIPTION OF VEHICLE: 2012 Toyota Camry
DAMAGE TO VEHICLE: front end hood, grill, bumper pushed in

VEHICLE #2
OPERATOR: Tracy Ulrich
AGE: 37
SEAT BELT? Y
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Wolcott, VT

DESCRIPTION OF VEHICLE: 2005 Toyota 4Runner
DAMAGE TO VEHICLE: driver side rear bumper , fender

VEHICLE #3
OPERATOR: Tanner Atwood
AGE: 28
SEAT BELT:Y
CITY,STATE OF RESIDENCE: Irasburg, VT
DESCRIPTION OF VEHICLE: 2008 Ford Edge
DAMAGE TO VEHICLE: minor damage to rear bumper

INJURIES: Operator #1, Passengers of Vehicle #2, and Passengers of Vehicle #3
were transported to North Country Hospital for evaluation due to the crash.

WEATHER: cold, windy, white out conditions
ROAD COND:

SUMMARY OF CRASH:

On 3/2/15 at 3:05 PM the Vermont State Police responded to a 3 car crash on VT
RTE 14 in Irasburg near the Mill Road. Atwood had stopped due to the vehicle in
front of him stopping due to the white out conditions. Ulrich who had been
following Atwood was able to see he was stopped and stopped as well. Sinon who
had been following at 10 mph believed they were still moving in traffic through
the white out striking the rear end of Ulrich's vehicle which then struck the
rear end of Atwood's vehicle. No court action was taken due to the white out
conditions. Orleans, Barton and Newport Ambulance's arrived to transport the
patients. Orleans and Irasburg Fire Department were on scene due to leaking
fluids.


Senior Trooper Callie R. Field
Vermont State Police-Derby Barracks
M.A.P. Member
35 Crawford Road, Derby, VT. 05829
802-334-8881


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Press Release/ VSP Royalton/ Case #15D300935/ Agg. Dom. Assault/ Dom. Assault/ False Report to Law Enforcement

STATE OF VERMONT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
VERMONT STATE POLICE

PRESS RELEASE

CASE#: 15D300935
TROOPER: Harvey
STATION: VSP Royalton
CONTACT#: 234-9933

DATE/TIME: March 2, 2015 0746 hrs
LOCATION: 490 Fay Brook Road Sharon
VIOLATION: Agg. Domestic Assault, Domestic Assault, False Report to Law
Enforcement

ACCUSED: Vincent Arbuiso
AGE: 38
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Sharon, Vermont



SUMMARY OF INCIDENT:

The Vermont State Police arrested Vincent Arbuiso for Agg. Domestic Assault,
Domestic Assault, and False Report to Law Enforcement after an investigation was
conducted by the Vermont State Police. Arbuiso was transported to the Royalton
Barracks where he was processed and sent to Southern State Correctional Facility
in lieu of $2500 cash or surety. Arbuiso was issued a criminal citation to
appear in Windsor County District Court on March 4, 2015 at 12:30 pm to answer
to the charges of Agg. Domestic Assault, Domestic Assault, and False Report to
Law Enforcement.

Trooper Mark Harvey
Vermont State Police
2011 VT Route 107
Bethel, VT 05032
Tel. 802-234-9933
Fax 802-234-6520

From: Helfant, John
Sent: Monday, March 02, 2015 12:26 PM
To: Harvey, Mark
Subject: Arbuiso Mug



Sr. Sgt. John Helfant

Vermont State Police
Royalton Barracks
2011 VT 107
Bethel, VT 05032

802-234-9933(W)
802-234-6520(F)
802-522-7262(C)



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PRESS RELEASE - FIRE - 107 Weybridge Street - Middlebury, VT - 3-1-2015

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
Division of Fire Safety
Fire Investigation Unit
PRESS RELEASE

DFS INVESTIGATOR: Assistant State Fire Marshal Paul Spicer
DFS CONTACT NUMBER: 802-885-8966
DATE/TIME: March 1, 2015
LOCATION: 107 Weybridge Street
Middlebury, VT 05753
OWNER: Andrew McCabe
CITY / STATE OF RESIDENCE: Rhinebeck, NY

SUMMARY OF INCIDENT:
At approximately 2030 hours on March 1, 2015 the Middlebury Fire Department was dispatched to the above location for a report of a structure fire. The fire chief immediately requested a first alarm which summoned help from surrounding towns. On arrival initial crews found heavy fire in the area of a rear porch that appeared to have extended to the floors above as well as into the structure, and also into a portion of the roof. Crews were able to extinguish the fire, keeping it from extending further into the structure. Extensive damage caused by smoke and water was present throughout the remainder of the structure.

The Middlebury Fire Department contacted the Vermont State Police and requested an origin and cause fire investigation be conducted. Fire Investigators with the Department of Public Safety's Fire Investigation Unit responded to the scene on March 1, 2015. At this time we have determined that the fire originated on the rear porch, and cause of the fire is still under investigation, however, it is not considered "suspicious" Anyone who may have information about the fire is encouraged to contact the Division of Fire Safety.

At the time of the fire, the property was being used as a rental house for Middlebury College Students. Although damages are estimated to be in excess of $200,000 the sole occupant home at the time of the fire was able to escape the building after awaking to the sound of working smoke alarms.

The Middlebury Fire Department received mutual aid assistance from Bristol, New Haven, Weybridge, Salisbury, Cornwall, and the City of Vergennes fire departments


Paul S. Spicer
Asst State Fire Marshal / Fire Investigator



State of Vermont
Department of Public Safety, Division of Fire Safety
100 Mineral Street, Ste 307
Springfield, VT 05156
Phone: 802.885.8966<tel:802.885.8966>
Fax: 802.885.8885<tel:802.885.8885>
www.firesafety.vermont.gov<http://www.firesafety.vermont.gov/>



"Working Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms Save Lives"


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Press Release/Vermont State Police-Shaftsbury/Case #15C300285/Bad Check/January 29, 2015/Pownal

STATE OF VERMONT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
VERMONT STATE POLICE
PRESS RELEASE

CASE#: 15C300285
TROOPER: Benjamin Barton
STATION: Shaftsbury
CONTACT#: (802) 442-5421

DATE/TIME: 01/29/15-1443 Hours
LOCATION: (street, exit, or mile marker and town) Joe Tornabene's GMC/ 7275 US Route 7, Pownal
VIOLATION: Title 13 Section 2002/False Pretenses

ACCUSED: Joseph J. Tornabene
AGE: 51
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Pownal, Vermont

VICTIM: (The Vermont State Police does not release the names of victims of
sexual assault or domestic violence.) Gertrude E. Hooks
AGE: 61
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Northampton, Massachusetts

SUMMARY OF INCIDENT:
On 01/29/15 Gertrude E. Hooks contacted the Vermont State Police in Shaftsbury to report that she had been written a bad check by Joseph J. Tornabene, in the amount of $9,500.00. Investigation determined that Hooks had a camper for sale on the property of Joe Tornabene's GMC, located at 7275 US RT 7 in Pownal. An individual purchased the camper from Tornabene in November, who was supposed to provide the cash to Hooks. Tornabene subsequently wrote a check to Hooks in December. When Hooks went to the bank it was determined that there were insufficient funds in Tornabene's account. Tornabene was issued a citation to appear at the Bennington County Superior Court-Criminal Division to answer to the above charge.


COURT ACTION: Yes
COURT DATE: 03/23/15
COURT: Bennington County Superior Court-Criminal Division
MUG SHOT: No



Trooper Benjamin Barton
Vermont State Police - Shaftsbury Barracks
96 Airport Road
Shaftsbury, VT 05262
Work: 802-442-5421
Fax: 802-442-3263
Email: Benjamin.Barton@state.vt.us<mailto:Benjamin.Barton@state.vt.us>



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PRESS RELEASE | VERMONT STATE POLICE - RUTLAND | MOTOR VEHICLE CRASH | 15C101284 | 03-03-15

STATE OF VERMONT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
VERMONT STATE POLICE

PRESS RELEASE
MOTOR VEHICLE CRASH

CASE#: 15C101284
TROOPER: Stephenson
STATION: Rutland
CONTACT#: (802) 773-9101

DATE/TIME: 03-03-15 at approximately 2217 hours
LOCATION: Creek Road at Alfrecha Road; Clarendon, VT

VEHICLE #1
OPERATOR: Unknown
AGE: N/A
SEAT BELT? N/A
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: N/A
DESCRIPTION OF VEHICLE: 2015 Jeep Patriot
DAMAGE TO VEHICLE: Moderate damage to right side and roof of vehicle

INJURIES - N/A

HOSPITAL: N/A
WEATHER: Cloudy
ROAD COND: Snow-covered

SUMMARY OF CRASH:

On 03-03-15 at approximately 2217 hours the Vermont State Police responded to a reported one-vehicle crash at the intersection of Creek Road and Alfrecha Road in the town of Clarendon. Investigation determined vehicle #1 was traveling west on Alfrecha Road and upon entering the intersection of Creek Road vehicle #1 left the roadway and rolled over on its roof.

No operator or passengers were present on scene. The Vermont State Police is seeking to identify the operator/passengers of vehicle #1. Anyone who witnessed the crash or has information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Vermont State Police-Rutland Barracks at 802-773-9101.

COURT ACTION: N


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press release/correction on seized amount

STATE OF VERMONT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
VERMONT STATE POLICE

PRESS RELEASE

CASE#: 15c300648
TROOPER: Godfrey, W
STATION: VSP Shaftbsury
CONTACT#: 442-5421

DATE/TIME: 02-27-2015 1032 hours
LOCATION: (street, exit, or mile marker and town) Richville Road; Manchester
VIOLATION: Possession of a Controlled Substance

ACCUSED: Raymond F. Gabert
AGE: 55
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Sunderland, VT

SUMMARY OF INCIDENT:

On 02-27-2015 at approximately 1032 hours the Vermont State Police stopped Raymond F. Gabert on a traffic stop. During the incident, Gabert was found in possession of 71 Oxycodone Pills. Gabert was arrested for the offense and later released on a criminal citation to appear in Bennington Superior Court-Criminal Division on 04-27-2015 at 0815 hours for the charge of Possession of a Controlled Substance.

COURT ACTION: Y
COURT DATE: 04-27-2015
COURT: BDC

Trp. Wayne M. Godfrey & K9 Tarawa
Vermont State Police
Shaftsbury Barracks
(802)442-5421
(802)442-3263 fax
wayne.godfrey@state.vt.us<mailto:wayne.godfrey@state.vt.us>
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press release

STATE OF VERMONT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
VERMONT STATE POLICE

PRESS RELEASE

CASE#: 15c300648
TROOPER: Godfrey, W
STATION: VSP Shaftbsury
CONTACT#: 442-5421

DATE/TIME: 02-27-2015 1032 hours
LOCATION: (street, exit, or mile marker and town) Richville Road; Manchester
VIOLATION: Possession of a Controlled Substance

ACCUSED: Raymond F. Gabert
AGE: 55
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Sunderland, VT

SUMMARY OF INCIDENT:

On 02-27-2015 at approximately 1032 hours the Vermont State Police stopped Raymond F. Gabert on a traffic stop. During the incident, Gabert was found in possession of 711 Oxycodone Pills. Gabert was arrested for the offense and later released on a criminal citation to appear in Bennington Superior Court-Criminal Division on 04-27-2015 at 0815 hours for the charge of Possession of a Controlled Substance.

COURT ACTION: Y
COURT DATE: 04-27-2015
COURT: BDC

Trp. Wayne M. Godfrey & K9 Tarawa
Vermont State Police
Shaftsbury Barracks
(802)442-5421
(802)442-3263 fax
wayne.godfrey@state.vt.us<mailto:wayne.godfrey@state.vt.us>
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March 2, 2015

press release vehicle crash

STATE OF VERMONT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
VERMONT STATE POLICE

PRESS RELEASE
MOTOR VEHICLE CRASH

CASE#: 15D100677
TROOPER: Vitali
STATION: Rockingham
CONTACT#: 875-2112 or email

DATE/TIME: 03/02/15 @2122 hrs
LOCATION: Interstate 91 mile marker 58/6 north bound, Windsor, VT

VEHICLE #1
OPERATOR: Danny Dong
AGE: 32
SEAT BELT? Yes
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: New York, NY

DESCRIPTION OF VEHICLE: 2012 VW Tiguan
DAMAGE TO VEHICLE: front drivers wheel and assembly torn off vehicle

VEHICLE #2 N/A
OPERATOR:
AGE:
SEAT BELT? Y N
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE:

DESCRIPTION OF VEHICLE:
DAMAGE TO VEHICLE:

INJURIES None
V # / NAME / CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE / AGE / SEAT BELT? / NATURE OF INJURY


HOSPITAL: N/A
WEATHER: Light Snow
ROAD COND: snow and ice

SUMMARY OF CRASH:
Dong was traveling north on Interstate 91, in the Town of Windsor, VT. He lost control of his vehicle and collided with the guard rail which removed the driver's side front wheel and assembly. No injuries were reported.

COURT ACTION: No
COURT DATE:
COURT:
LODGED - LOCATION:
BAIL:
MUG SHOT: Y N

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DLS Arrest

STATE OF VERMONT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
VERMONT STATE POLICE

PRESS RELEASE

CASE#:15D300939
TROOPER: Sr Sgt John Helfant
STATION: VSP Royalton
CONTACT#:8022349933

DATE/TIME:March 2, 2015 @ 1601
LOCATION: VT 12 @ Bakers Pond, Brookfield, VT
VIOLATION: Driving License Suspended

ACCUSED: Nicholas Daigneault
AGE:28
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Braintree, VT


SUMMARY OF INCIDENT: State Police stopped Daigneault's 1999 blue Saturn for Unassigned Plates and Expired Registration as well as because his privilege to operate a motor vehicle was criminally suspended in VT. During the stop State Police confirmed that the operator and sole occupant was Daigneault. State Police also determined that Daigneault had an active arrest warrant out of Lamoille County for Failure to Pay a Fine, Bail $250.State Police arrested Daigneault for DLS and the Warrant. Daigneault was processed at Randolph PD and issued a citation for the DLS. Daigneault was then transported to the OCSD for the warrant where he made bail and was released.


Sr. Sgt. John Helfant

Vermont State Police
Royalton Barracks
2011 VT 107
Bethel, VT 05032

802-234-9933(W)
802-234-6520(F)
802-522-7262(C)



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