October 30, 2014

Police Notes

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Fatal accident

Police are investigating a one-car accident on St. George Road on Oct. 19 in which the driver, Dale Holcomb, 73, of Williston was killed. Holcomb’s car crossed over the center line, drove into a ditch and collided with a telephone pole, according to police. Holcomb died after being transported to Fletcher Allen Health Care. Anyone with information is asked to contact Officer Gonyeau at 878-6611, and refer to case number 10WT03165.

Vandalism

• A building on Industrial Avenue was vandalized on Oct. 12, according to police reports. Someone turned on the “water spout” that is used to water plants inside the building, resulting in about $14,000 in water damage, according to the report. Anyone with information is asked to call Williston Police at 878-6611.

• The Williston Fire Department reported to police on Oct. 14 that “someone drove over their lawn and sheered off a pine tree,” according to police reports. Anyone with information is asked to call Williston Police at 878-6611.

Theft

An unlocked vehicle on Ledgewood Drive was reportedly entered on Oct. 12 and a “watch that didn’t work” was taken, according to police reports. Items from the center console and glove box were thrown around the car, but nothing of value was taken, the report notes. Residents are reminded to keep their vehicles locked at all times.

Driving with license suspended

• Terry Bahner, 26, of Barre was charged with driving with a suspended license-criminal on Oct. 12, according to police reports. The vehicle was towed and the license plates seized, the report notes. Bahner was cited to appear in court.

• Patrick O. Lepore, 32, of New Haven was charged with driving with a suspended license on Oct. 13, according to police reports. No other information was released.

• Lindsey Bruzzesi, 26, of Colchester was charged with driving with a suspended license on Oct. 13, according to police reports. Bruzzesi was cited to appear in court.

• Robert J. Racine, 30, of Williston was charged with driving with a suspended license on Oct. 13, according to police reports. He was cited to appear in court.

False pretenses

Stephen Furtado, 26, of Burlington was charged with false pretenses on Oct. 14, according to police reports. Furtado, accompanied by a female, allegedly stole a credit card and used it to buy a “large amount” of merchandise at a Williston store, according to the report. Furtado was cited to appear in court.

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