Defendant’s claim of improper service — that he was served by a prison official and not a law-enforcement officer — is a much thornier issue and the majority does not resolve it directly.
Courts & Corrections
A home health care worker pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges that she falsified time sheets to obtain payment for services that were not provided under a Vermont Medicaid program, the Attorney General’s Office said in a news release. Candice Swan of Middlebury pleaded guilty in Windsor Superior Court in White River Junction to six misdemeanor […]
Nearly two years afer a 19-year-old New Haven man died of hypothermia after becoming lost while hiking in Ripton, public safety officials have appointed a veteran of Stowe Mountain Rescue to coordinate future search and rescue missions. Neil Van Dyke was named the state’s search-and-rescue coordinator on Friday by the Department of Public Safety. According […]
Editor’s note: This article is by Todd Wellington of The Caledonian Record, in which it was first published Nov. 22, 2013. A St. Johnsbury Academy teacher has been arrested and charged with five counts of possession of child pornography. Jose E. Bruzual, 49, pleaded not guilty to the felony charges in Caledonia Superior Court Thursday. […]
Legislative committee call for ‘upstream” intervention for population of mentally impaired who are “public safety risk”
MONTPELIER – A consumer protection settlement between AmeriGas and the Attorney General’s Office will add $190,000 to the state’s LIHEAP emergency fuel assistance program, the state said Monday in a news release. The Attorney General found that for many Vermonters, AmeriGas delayed in removing propane storage tanks or issuing refund checks after consumers terminated propane […]