Police said a 30-year-old Bennington woman was held against her will and taken out of state until her boyfriend could pay $1,500 that he allegedly owed drug suppliers.
The disciplinary action for Charles Delaney, who served two four-year terms in the post, was made public this week and follows a contested hearing held before the Vermont Judicial Conduct Board last month.
According to a copy of the settlement agreement provided by the Vermont Attorney General’s Office, Hosmer was paid $50,000. Hosmer, however, maintains the payout he received was nearly $10 million — although he is not able to provide documentation to back up the higher figure.
The Vermont Attorney General’s Office has ruled authorities were justified when they killed a Massachusetts man after he was suspected of murdering his ex-girlfriend.
Former State Police Director James Baker led the assessment and found communication breakdowns between the community and police, but praised what he called a “well-running and efficient” department.
The event, which will take place in Bennington on Wednesday, Sept. 28, encourages members of the public to talk about how they think officials can improve the existing system.
The Justice League star claims they had permission to enter a family friend's Stamford home to pick up cooking ingredients, according to newly released court documents. That friend has denied granting that permission, telling police that Miller stole three bottles of liquor.
“If I'm innocent, why would I withdraw from the race?” John Grismore said.
Michael Chadwick is accused of killing the son of a woman who recently obtained a restraining order against him.
Alex Gaudette, 25, of Bolton is charged with aggravated assault and negligent use of a gun.