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July 8, 2016

Press Release / DUI / RT 14 Sharon

STATE OF VERMONT

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

VERMONT STATE POLICE

 

PRESS RELEASE

               

CASE#:                  16D302535

TROOPER:           Pregent                                               

STATION:             Royalton                    

CONTACT#:        234-9933

 

DATE/TIME:        7-8-16 / 1:07AM

LOCATION:         Route 14, Sharon

VIOLATION:        DUI#1

 

ACCUSED:           Devon Joseph LLoyd                                                                      

AGE:      27

CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE:         Kingston, Ontario

 

SUMMARY OF INCIDENT:

 

On July 8, 2016 at 1:07AM Vermont State Police stopped Devon LLoyd for speeding

and other motor vehicle violations on Route 14 in the Town of Sharon.  During

the stop Troopers observed signs of possible intoxication.

 

LLoyd provided a preliminary breath test which indicated his blood alcohol

concentration to be .133%.  LLoyd was arrested without incident and transported

to the Royalton State Police Barracks for processing.  LLoyd was later

transported to the Randolph Police Department where the processing was

completed.

 

LLoyd was released on a citation to appear in Windsor Superior Court; Criminal

Division on July 26, 2016 to answer to the charge of DUI#1.  LLoyd was issued a

written warning for speeding and failure to maintain his lane of travel.

 

 

COURT ACTION: Yes

COURT DATE:     7-26-16

COURT:                Windsor Superior Court; Criminal Division

MUG SHOT: Yes

 

Respectfully,

 

Trooper Joseph Pregent