December 21, 2014

Police Notes

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Dec. 16, 2010

Multiple charges

Dewayne White, 25, of Essex Junction was cited on charges of retail theft and driving with a suspended license on Dec. 3 after allegedly taking off his shoes in Wal-Mart, putting on new ones and leaving the store without paying for them, according to police reports. He had a criminally suspended license and allegedly drove to Wal-Mart, the report notes.

Fraud

Police are investigating a case in which a Williston woman’s bank account was accessed and $500 was taken by someone in Canada, according to police reports.

Driving with suspended license

• Crystal L. Hardy, 25, of Essex was cited on a charge of driving with a criminally suspended license on Dec. 3, according to police reports. No other information was released.

• Jason James Jewer, 30, of Beebe Plain was cited on a charge of driving with a criminally suspended license on Dec. 5, according to police reports. He was cited to appear in court on Jan. 11.

• Aaron Lafountain, 27, of Jericho was cited on a charge of driving with a suspended license on Dec. 7, according to police reports. His vehicle was stopped for having a license plate light out and for an expired registration, the report notes.

Wanted person

• Following a motor vehicle stop on Dec. 3, Joseph D. Finch, 28, of Burlington was cited on arrest warrants for charges of violation of a restraining order and for grand larceny, according to police reports. No other information was released.

• Adela Piralic, 26, of South Burlington was apprehended on Dec. 13 on an active arrest warrant, according to police reports. She was taken into custody while attending a Williston Community Justice Board meeting at the Williston Police Department, the report notes. She was taken to Chittenden County Correctional Center in lieu of $1,500 bail, according to the report.

Theft

• A Williston woman reported to police on Dec. 4 that after putting some purchases in the trunk of her car that was parked near Toys “R” Us, she continued to shop; when she returned, she found her vehicle’s window “smashed and items missing from her trunk,” according to police reports. The items were valued at about $73, the report notes. The case is under investigation.

• A generator owned by Comcast that was used to “help deal with trees down/power outages” during last week’s storm was reported stolen on Dec. 6, according to police reports. The generator was a red Honda EU3000 valued at $2,300, according to the report. Anyone with information is asked to call Williston Police at 878-6611.

• A Haz-Mat (hazardous materials) license plate was reportedly stolen off an Enpro trailer on Dec. 7, according to police reports. The Massachusetts registration is SM1277, the report notes. Anyone with information is asked to call Williston Police at 878-6611.

Unlawful trespass

Jacob Clark, 18, of Hinesburg was cited on charges of unlawful trespass and unlawful mischief on Dec. 12, according to police reports. No other information was available as of press time.

Property damage

A Williston resident called police on Dec. 12 to report that a tree service company was doing work for his neighbor and using his yard without permission, according to police reports. The resident said the company damaged his property, including taking down his fence and not putting “anything back,” the report notes. The case is under investigation.

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