August 29, 2014

Police Notes

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Theft

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Police are looking for help identifying a man (above) who allegedly stole approximately $986 of electronics from Wal-Mart on Jan. 14. Anyone with information is asked to call the Williston Police Department at 878-6611.

 

Burglary

A resident of Golf Course Road reported a burglary to police on Jan. 7. On the same date, a North Williston Road resident also reported a burglary, during which his rear door was “smashed in,” according to police reports. Both incidents are under investigation.

 

Wanted person

Jocelyn M. Holcomb, 37, of Hinesburg was arrested on a warrant on Jan. 11, according to police reports. She was cited to appear in court.

 

Driving under the influence

  • Robert L. White, 51, of Williston was charged with driving under the influence on Jan. 12, according to police reports. His blood alcohol concentration was .098, according to the report. The legal limit for driving in Vermont is .08. He was cited to appear in court.
  • Jeffrey B. Soucy, 26, of St. Johnsbury was charged with driving under the influence on Jan. 12, according to police reports. His blood alcohol concentration was .120, according to the report. He was cited to appear in court.

 

Vandalism 

Police received a complaint on Jan. 13 that a vehicle had been vandalized while parked in the Longhorn Restaurant parking lot. The vehicle had damage to the driver’s door mirror and the “front and rear wiper arms were ripped from the vehicle,” according to police reports. The case is under investigation.

 

Driving with a suspended license

Christopher Lafreniere, 31, of St. George was charged with driving with a suspended license on Jan. 15, after he drove to the State Police Barracks in Williston to speak with a trooper, according to police reports. He was cited to appear in court on March 12.

Police notes are written based on information provided by the Williston Police Department and the Vermont State Police. Please note that all parties are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. 

 
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