February 11, 2016

Police notes

Sept. 15, 2011

 

MULTIPLE CHARGES

Following a motor vehicle accident on Sept. 4, Elias B. Howard, 22, of Richmond was cited for simple assault and violating a restraining order, according to police reports. He was lodged at Chittenden County Correctional Center and cited to appear in court.

DRIVING WITH SUSPENDED LICENSE

Kelly A. Collins, 42, of Underhill was cited on a charge of driving with a suspended license on Sept. 2, according to police reports. The vehicle was towed, and Collins was cited to appear in court.

Joshua Hicks, 25, of Morrisville was cited on a charge of driving with a suspended license on Sept. 9, according to police reports.

Justin T. McCaffrey, 27, of Colchester was cited on a charge of driving with a suspended license on Sept. 9, according to police reports.

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

Following a two-car collision on St. George Road on Sept. 2, Emmanuel Nduyimana, 30, of Winooski was cited on a charge of driving under the influence, according to police reports. Nduyimana’s blood alcohol concentration was .081, according to the report. The legal limit for driving in Vermont is .08. He was cited to appear in court.

Cody W. Bennett, 21, of Essex Junction was cited on a charge of driving under the influence on Sept. 2, according to police reports. Bennett’s blood alcohol concentration was .124, according to the report. He was cited to appear in court.

Debra Sue Clark, 57, of Essex Junction was cited on a charge of driving under the influence-third offense on Sept. 5, according to police reports. Clark’s blood alcohol concentration was .222, according to the report. She was cited to appear in court.

SUSPECT LOCATED

A suspect in a $1,400 theft case was found in Williston and released to Vermont State Police in New Haven on Sept. 3, according to police reports. The stolen cash was located as well, the report notes.

MARIJUANA POSSESSION

Two male juveniles were cited on charges of possession of 16.5 grams and 22 grams of marijuana, respectively, on Sept. 4, according to police reports. They were cited to appear in court on Nov. 7.

THEFT

Credit cards were reportedly stolen from a locker at The Edge in Williston on Sept. 4, according to police reports. The case is under investigation. On Sept. 8, a purse was reported stolen at the same location, according to police reports.

Walmart loss prevention personnel contacted police on Sept. 6 to report that two men were recorded on surveillance video “removing games from the shelves and stuffing the items down the front and backs of their pants,” according to police reports. Police subsequently arrested Andrew J. Place, 25, of Bristol on an outstanding warrant and he was also cited for retail theft, according to the report. Shawn A. Reckell, 34, of Lincoln was also cited for retail theft, according to the report. The total value of the merchandise stolen was $2,253.08, making the theft a felony, according to the report. Place was taken to Chittenden County Correctional Center, the report notes.

Michael A. Sachs, 38, of South Burlington was cited on a charge of retail theft from Walmart on Sept. 7 after allegedly stealing $479 worth of merchandise from Walmart, according to police reports. He was cited to appear in court.

Phil E. Lawyer, 19, of Essex Junction was cited on a charge of retail theft of merchandise valued at $70 from Walmart on Sept. 8, according to police reports. An officer investigated after he heard “crackling noises” from the bathroom stall Lawyer was in, according to police reports.

Unlocked cars on St. George Road were “gone thru” and cash was taken on Sept. 9, according to police reports. Also on Sept. 9, a GPS and cell phone charger, as well as $1,700 worth of “property” including a Nikon camera, were stolen from vehicles on Blackberry Ridge, according to the report. Police remind residents to keep their vehicles locked at all times.

On Sept. 11, the window of a vehicle parked at Greer’s Laundromat was “smashed” and a purse was stolen, according to police reports.

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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