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Leicester assault case investigated

This state police report contains information submitted by the Vermont State Police in New Haven. All persons mentioned are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The Eagle is not responsible for incorrect information submitted to us in the state police report. Parties should contact the state police first to correct any published false information; the Eagle will then correct the information in print after a state police trooper has verified the correction.

Oct. 1, 2007
Motorcycle accident with injuries, Route 125, Bridport.

Vandalism to a camp on White Mountain Road, Goshen.

Two vehicle accident involving a tractor-trailer unit, Vermont Route 22A, Orwell No injuries were reported.

One car accident, Prison Hollow Road, Monkton.

Oct. 2
Residential burglary, Carlisle Hill Road, Goshen A neighbor reported the burglary and the State Police were assisted by the Brandon Police and Goshen Constable in the attempt to locate a suspect vehicle. This investigation is continuing.

At the request of DCF, a trooper checked on the welfare of a child because of a report the child had been deliberately hurt. The trooper found no indication of injury.

A trooper investigated a report of a Bristol teenager found to be intoxicated. The teen was issued a Notice of Violation to appear before the Diversion Board for the alcohol violation.

Oct. 3
VSP New Haven received a report of a theft of a farm dump wagon from Royce Hill Road, Orwell.

A resident of Ferrisburgh reported that her identity may have been stolen.

A New Haven trooper assisted Bristol Police Department searching for an injured, intoxicated subject. The subject was located and turned over to Bristol Police Department.

Oct. 4
A resident of Vaughn Court, Bristol, found his boat trailer had been vandalized and his fishing tackle and boat cover stolen.

Responded to a Family Fight, Ridge Road, Cornwall.

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