Travis Frink, of Rhode Island, faces a first-degree murder charge. Police say he told them he drove to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center from his home state with the intention of killing his mother.
The girl’s mother and biological father say the sentence is too lenient.
The medical examiner determined Cindy Cook was strangled to death.
Randal Gebo had been driving the car belonging to victim Cindy Cook, of Barre, and using her credit cards, according to police. Her body was found in Middlesex last week.
Editor’s note: This story is by freelance reporter Anna Merriman. Homicide victim Cindy Cook’s boyfriend drove her missing car and used her debit card two days after Cook’s body was found in an embankment in Middlesex earlier this week, police said in a statement Saturday. Vermont State Police are looking for boyfriend Randal Gebo, 61 […]
A former student at Burlington’s Champlain College is accused of killing a University of Vermont student. Prosecutors say the “execution-style killing” stemmed from a cocaine debt.
Jose Pazos, 51, is charged with first-degree murder, kidnapping and other offenses related to the slaying of Kathleen Smith, a social worker.
A judge Tuesday listened to arguments over whether Peggy Shores could be released to her sister-in-law, the sibling of the man she is accused of killing.
Police say Jayveon Caballero, of Barre, is to be charged with second-degree murder in connection with Markus Austin’s shooting in January in Montpelier.
A suspect surrendered, police say. The chief described both men as transients and said the altercation that led to the killing “does not appear to have been random.”
“We hope you never, ever have to go through the pain we go through — ever,” said a sister of the victim, Amos Beede. The defendant offered a tearful apology.
Timothy Butler, 31, had worked for Helen Jones. Butler confessed to a friend that he had killed the 81-year-old woman who lived alone in Arlington.
31-year old Timothy Butler, of Sunderland, is scheduled to be arraigned at Bennington County Superior Court Criminal Division on Thursday on charges of first degree murder and burglary.
“It’s completely a circumstantial case,” Peggy Shores’ lawyer said. The prosecution says the evidence shows David Shores couldn’t have shot himself.