Police Reports

Salisbury woman arrested

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. Sept. 10

Residential trespass, Bristol Cliffs Drive, Bristol. A resident woke up to find a male subject entering the bedroom. The subject fled immediately upon seeing the resident and left the scene in a black pickup truck. Troopers and a deputy from the Addison County Sheriffs Department searched the area with negative results. A suspect was also investigated, but the resident did not identify the person from a photograph.

A citizen reported to the court house that he had seen a motorcycle lying in the bushes off Morgan Rd. in Salisbury. Sgt. Watson, ACSD provided this information to the State Police and Troopers located the motorcycle. It had been stolen from Sudbury. It was recovered by a wrecker service and the owner was notified.

Resident of Monkton received harassing telephone calls.

Sept. 11

Single-car accident with injuries, U.S. Route 7, Salisbury. The operator went off the highway traveled a hundred feet through a cornfield and hit an electrical pole, which was snapped in half. The operator continued driving through the corn field, came onto U.S. Route 7 and continued north without stopping. Middlebury P.D. officers stopped the vehicle and troopers responded to investigate. Operator Alexander Johnson, age 46, of Manchester was cited into Court for Driving While Intoxicated and Leaving the Scene of an Accident and issued a traffic ticket for driving to the right. His female passenger was lodged at the Marble Valley Regional Correctional Facility for violating her house arrest.

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