Vermonters pay about $574 million each year for law enforcement. Lawmakers want to know if that’s enough to ensure the public is protected.
Police are investigating the death of 32-year-old Sara Reynolds of Shrewsbury.
A New York assemblyman says a Brooklyn rabbi and his family were ordered out of their vehicle at gunpoint and thrown to the ground.
The trooper’s microphone wasn’t working when he pulled over Rutland firefighter Brent M. Garrow, police said. Garrow faces a misdemeanor charge.
The company, which employs 78 people, is contributing $1,000 to a crowdfunded $5,000 reward for the arrest and conviction of those responsible.
New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald said the incident is over and there is no longer any threat to the public.
Rejecting VTDigger’s request, an official said that “the records you seek are part of an ongoing criminal investigation.” The news organization has appealed.
Five officers fired at 32-year-old Michael Battles early Friday in Poultney, and he died of a single gunshot to the head, say authorities. All five are on paid leave during the investigation.
Michael Battles, 32, was killed during a standoff at his residence as troopers were trying to arrest him on charge of aggravated domestic assault.
News Release Aug. 30, 2017 Contact: Don Keelan 802-375-6479 [email protected] Rev. Kathy Clark 802-375-2548 [email protected] Don Keelan, along with Rev. Kathy Clark of the Federated Church of East Arlington (on Ice Pond Road) are pleased to announce that at 7PM, Thursday, September 14, 2017, there will be a meeting opened to the public. At the […]
The issue of “whether an officer or court can treat someone believed to possess a decriminalized amount of marijuana as a criminal is an issue of substantial public interest,” the ACLU says.
Funeral services for Daniel Marcellus will be held noon Saturday at the Collins-Perley Sports Complex in St. Albans.
The state argues “it was reasonable for an officer” to believe that not seeking medical attention earlier for a child “was a willful act of neglect that endangered the child’s health.”
The Vermont State Police policies on releasing information to the public were bad and have gotten worse.