More illegal drivers cited

Sept. 20, 2010

Tpr. Szarejko responded to a two vehicle non-injury accident, Silver Street, Monkton.

Sgt. Hogan investigated a one vehicle non-injury accident, Quaker Village Road, Weybridge. Operator inattentiveness was the cause of the crash.

Tpr. Busby was called to a two vehicle non-injury accident, Vermont Route 22A, Shoreham. Cause of the crash was an unsafe left turn. A traffic ticket was issued.

Tpr. Szarejko responded to a one vehicle non-injury accident, Maple Street, Waltham.

Tpr. Hanley investigated a noise disturbance, North Road, Whiting.

Tpr. Campbell arrested and lodged Joseph Forziati, 48, of Ferrisburgh for Aggravated Assault, Basin Harbor Road, Ferrisburgh.

Sept. 21

Tpr. Dempsey responded to a harassing telephone complaint, Hillside Drive, Starksboro.

Tpr. Busier investigated a case involving online credit card fraud, Hunt Road, New Haven. The public is reminded to always keep you credit cards and purchase receipts secure.

Sept. 22

Tpr. Dempsey was called to a truck and horse accident, Twitchell Hill Road, New Haven. The operator of the vehicle was not injured, but the horse was killed.

Sgt. Hodsden responded to a traffic hazard complaint, Lake Dunmore Road, Salisbury. A tree was down in the road.

Sgt. Hodsden investigated a two vehicle non-injury accident, West Street, Cornwall.

Tpr. Leise was called to a neighbor dispute over loose horses, Wing Road, Ferrisburgh.

Tpr. Leise responded to a two vehicle non-injury accident, Route 7, New Haven. One of the operators failed to signal while turning. A written warning was issued.

Sept. 23

Tpr. Dempsey investigated a vehicle break-in, Mountain Road, Addison. A cell phone, purse, and other items were stolen.

Sgt. Hogan responded to a fraud complaint, Vermont Route 116, Bristol.

Sgt. Hogan investigated a check fraud complaint, Middlebrook Road, Ferrisburgh.

Sgt. McNamara was called to a vandalism complaint, West Road, Whiting. A golf ball had been thrown through a window of a residence.

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