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February 7, 2017

Press Release / Vermont State Police Royalton / DUI - 02/06/17/ Braintree, Braintree Hill Rd

STATE OF VERMONT

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

VERMONT STATE POLICE

 

PRESS RELEASE

DUI

                                                                                                                  

CASE#:17B200531

TROOPER: Sergeant Daniel Hall                                          

STATION:    VSP Royalton            

CONTACT#: 802-234-9933

 

DATE/TIME: 02/06/17 @ 0155 hours

LOCATION: Braintree Hill Rd, Braintree

VIOLATION: Driving Under the Influence

ACCUSED: Thomas Dorn

AGE: 58

CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: West Braintree, VT

 

SUMMARY OF INCIDENT:

 

On 02/06/17 at approximately 0155 hours, Troopers from the VT State Police Royalton Barracks responded to Braintree Hill Rd in Braintree for a report of a disabled vehicle.  Investigation revealed that Thomas Dorn was the operator of the vehicle that was stuck in the roadway. Further investigation revealed that Dorn was under the influence of intoxicants. Dorn provided a preliminary breath sample of .170 % BAC at approximately 0235 hours and was subsequently arrested for Driving Under the Influence. Dorn was transported to the Randolph Police department for processing and was released on a citation to appear at Orange County Superior Court for the charge of Driving Under the Influence.

 

COURT ACTION: Y

COURT DATE:   02/22/17

COURT: Orange County

LODGED – LOCATION:   N/A

BAIL: N/A

MUG SHOT:  Y

PBT: .170 % BAC