November 1, 2014

Police Notes

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Lewd and lascivious conduct

On Oct. 23, police responded to Once Upon A Child regarding a report of a man who had molested a woman inside the store. Police subsequently cited Joshua Geraw, 24, of Winooski on a charge of lewd and lascivious conduct, according to police reports. Geraw allegedly walked up to an unknown woman in the store, reached through her legs and forcibly grabbed her genital area, according to the report. The woman reported the incident to the police and officers subsequently made contact with Geraw, who had fled the scene. Geraw was lodged at Chittenden Regional Correctional Facility for lack of $5,000 bail.

False pretenses

Michael Bronson, 26, of Burlington, Michael Dulude, 18, of Richmond and Robert Dulude, 28, of Richmond were cited on charges of false pretenses for allegedly making a fraudulent return of a Hewlett-Packard printer valued at $139 at Wal-Mart on Oct. 14, according to police reports. No other information was released.

Driving with suspended license

Anna C. Clarke, 29, of Winooski was cited on a charge of driving with a suspended license on Oct. 7, according to police reports. She was cited to appear in court on Nov. 5.

Michael L. Duncan, 50, of East Fairfield was cited on a charge of driving with a suspended license on Oct. 8, according to police reports. He was cited to appear in court on Nov. 5.

Paul S. Bryant, 33, of Williston was cited on a charge of driving with a suspended license on Oct. 12, according to police reports.  No other information was released.

Rebecca M. Lawrence, 30, of Winooski was cited on a charge of driving with a suspended license on Oct. 12, according to police reports. She was cited to appear in court.

Christina Hunt, 25, of Jericho was cited on a charge of driving with a suspended license on Oct. 13, according to police reports. She was cited to appear in court.

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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