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April 21, 2011

Counterfeit money

A Wal-Mart employee called police on April 12 to report a “suspicious twenty dollar bill,” according to police reports. Police investigation determined the bill was counterfeit and forwarded the case to the Secret Service.

Stalking

Bernard J. Miller, 29, of South Burlington was taken into custody on April 13 “for violating conditions of release and stalking,” according to police reports. He was taken to Chittenden County District Court, the report notes. No other information was released.

Theft

A man and woman stole more than $550 worth of groceries from Hannaford on April 15, according to police reports. Police were not able to apprehend them, the report notes.

Multiple charges

Jennifer M. Caplin, 31, of Montpelier was cited on a charge of driving under the influence-third offense on April 16, according to police reports. Her blood alcohol concentration was .086, the report notes. The legal limit for driving in Vermont is .08. She was also cited on charges of “false reports to law enforcement authorities,” and driving with a suspended license-criminal, according to the report. She was cited to appear in court.

Driving with license suspended

• Nathan L. Robtoy, 23, of Richford was cited on a charge of driving with a suspended license on April 11, according to police reports. He was cited to appear in court.
• Joshua M. Therrien, 27, of Burlington was cited on a charge of driving with a suspended license on April 12, according to police reports. No other information was released.
• Holly J. Russin, 27 of Hinesburg was cited on a charge of driving with a suspended license on April 14, according to police reports. No other information was released.
• Megan E. Dowsey, 33, of Eden, was cited on a charge of driving with a suspended license on April 16, 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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