- At 12:17 p.m., Brattleboro Police responded to Brattleboro Memorial Hospital for a report of a disorderly subject. Investigation revealed that Melissa Hrabovsky, 50, of Brattleboro, had created a disturbance inside the hospital by yelling and using obscene language. At one point Hrabovsky threw a cup of coffee at a female. The female victim was not injured during the incident. Hrabovsky was issued a citation to appear at court at a later date to answer to the charges of disorderly conduct and aggravated disorderly conduct.
- At 2 p.m. officers from the Bellows Falls Police Department conducted a traffic stop of a vehicle on Green Street for multiple violations. During the course of the stop, officers identified the driver as James Dyer. Dyer was found to be operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and had an active warrant for his arrest for failing to appear in court. The warrant specified to release Dyer on a citation with the next available court date.
- At approximately 2:26 a.m., members of the Vermont State Police, Westminster Station, responded to Back Westminster Road in Westminster for a reported single-vehicle crash. Investigation revealed that a vehicle being driven by Karen Henry, 42 of Brattleboro, was traveling south on Back Westminster Road when she swerved to avoid a deer in the roadway. Henry's vehicle exited off the side of the roadway and struck a culvert as it descended into a ditch on the side of road. No injuries were sustained in this crash and Henry's vehicle was towed from the scene by J&M Auto of Bellows Falls.
- At 9:45 a.m., Vermont StateTroopers responded to a two-vehicle crash on East West Road in the area of Black Mountain Road in Dummerston. Upon arrival, it was determined that Eric J. Greeley, 40, of Madbury, N.H., was traveling west in a 2006 Landrover, lost control of his vehicle, crossed into the eastbound lane and struck Lucy Stamp, 48, of Dummerston as she traveled east in a 2007 Subaru Forester. The vehicles were removed by Al's Towing and A's Auto and Truck Repair.
- Brattleboro Police were at a local hotel/motel on Putney road preforming a motor vehicle unlock. An employee approached police, stating that he believed an assault was taking place in one of the rooms. Police made contact with the individuals in the room: Homer D. Parker Jr., 49, and Gina M. Taylor, 42, both of Brattleboro. It was determined that the argument was only verbal in nature. Both Parker and Taylor had previously been trespassed from the establishment. Taylor had been trespassed for suspected drug activity, and Parker for multiple noise complaints and refusing to vacate when asked by management. Both were placed under arrest and transported to the Brattleboro Police Station, where they were both processed and released on citations. They will both appear at Windham County Superior Court at a later date to answer their charges.
- At 1:20 p.m., the Vermont State Police responded to a 911 hang-up at a residence on Hemlock Hill Road in Jamaica. After an investigation, Lawrence C. Hesse Jr., 23, of Bay Head, N.J. was cited to appear in court for enabling the consumption of alcohol by a minor. Hesse was processed at the Wilmington Police Department and will answer to the charges on April 17.
- At about 10 p.m., the Vermont State Police, received information that Eric Bimmler, 50, of Marlboro, had violated a final order for relief from abuse. Investigation revealed he did in fact violate the order. Bimmler was arrested for the violation the next day and transported to the Westminster State Police Barracks for processing. Bimmler was fingerprinted, photographed and issued a citation to appear in court on March 12. Bimmler was transported to the Southern State Correctional Facility, where he was held due to lack of $2,500 bail.
- Just after noon, the Vermont State Police responded to a 911 call on Windham Hill Road in Jamaica from a female who reported that she was physically assaulted by her boyfriend. After an investigation, Jonathan Matyas, 27, of Jamaica, was arrested for domestic assault. Vermont Superior Court, Windham Criminal Division was contacted and ordered Matyas held until sober. Matyas was lodged at Southern State Correctional Facility and will answer to the charges on March 12.
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