Police Blotter

Man stopped on Granger Street

On Feb. 24 the Vermont State Police stopped 36-year-old Eduardo Aviles of Rutland on Granger Street in Rutland for a violation. Subsequent investigation found that Aviles was operating with a suspended license and that he was intoxicated. Aviles was taken into custody after DUI screening at the scene and processed at the State Police barracks in the Town of Rutland.

Mendon domestic assault

On Feb. 24, Vermont State Police responded to Valley View Drive in Mendon to investigate the report of a family fight. Following an investigation into the matter, Todd Blow was arrested for domestic assault after probable cause was found that he hit his girlfriend during the course of an argument. He was lodged at the Marble Valley Correctional Center.

Three-car crash in Poultney

On Feb. 25, Vermont State Police responded to 45 Main St. in Poultney in order to assist the Poultney constable investigate a three-car motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed that operator Rebecca Steinhaur was under the influence of an intoxicant. Steinhaur was subsequently arrested for DUI and transported to the VSP Castleton VSPOutpost for processing. Steinhaur declined to speak with Constable Humphries or troppers regarding what had caused her to collide with the parked vehicles. After Steinhaur was processed for DUI, she was released on citation to appear in Rutland Court at a later date.

DUIin Killington

On Feb. 27, the Killington constable responded to a report of a single car motor vehicle crash with injuries on Route 100 in Killington near the Golf Course. Further investigation by a responding trooper revealed that the operator, Patrick Hudson, was under the influence of alcohol and was subsequently arrested for DUI 2. Hudson was transported to RRMC for his injuries.

Brandon man in Proctor crash

On Feb. 28, the Vermont State Police responded to a two vehicle crash on South Street at Ormsbee Avenue in Proctor. Investigation revealed that Rodney Kenny, 37, of Brandon, Vermont failed to yield to the right of way of Matthew Dobart, 18, of Proctor. Dobart was driving west bound on Ormsbee Avenue and Kenny was driving north on South Street. There were no injuries as a result of this crash. Kenny was issued a Vermont Civil Violation Complaint for operating with a suspended license.

Family fight in Killington

On March 4, members of the Vermont State Police responded to the Goes residence in the Town of Killington for a report of a family fight. Investigation at the scene found that during a verbal argument Sammi Goes, 36, punched her husband, Gordon Goes, 48, in the face. Sammi Goes was taken into custody and transported to the State Police barracks in Rutland Town.

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