Police Reports September 23, 2020

Hardwick Police Report

Media Summary Log

 

 

Suspicious Event

5

Traffic Stop

15

Animal Problem

2

Directed Patrol

13

Burglary, Theft

1

Other

23
Total59

 

Speeding, Violation of Conditions

Joseph C. Russo, of Portsmouth, N.H., was stopped on Sept. 20, at 6:40 p.m. on Vt. Rt. 15 in Hardwick for travelling 65 mph in a 50 mph zone. Police issued a ticket for $105.

Police were called to 56 Pine Drive, Hardwick, as Anthony Wayne Daisey Jr., of Plainfield was at the residence and had court conditions not to be there. Daisey was cited for Violation of Conditions on Dec. 7 at 8:00 a.m. and removed from property and released.

This report is based on information provided by the Hardwick Police Department but is not a full account of police activity. Persons named in this report are presumed to be innocent unless they plead or are found guilty in court.

State Police Report

Three-Vehicle Crash, Multiple Flag Thefts

On Sept. 17, at approximately 4:26 p.m., the Vermont State Police Middlesex barracks responded to a reported three-vehicle crash on U.S. Route 2 in the town of Marshfield near the intersection with Creamery Street. Investigation revealed Mitchell Brown, of Orleans, was traveling east at approximately 35 mph when he did not see Alec Morris, of Monroe, N.H., stopped in the roadway in time to brake. Brown crashed into the rear end of Morris’s vehicle, which was pushed into Tammy Cote’s vehicle. Morris and Cote stated they were stopped in the eastbound lane of U.S. Route 2 waiting for another vehicle to turn. No injuries were reported at the time of the crash. All operators were wearing their seat belts and no airbags were deployed. Brown was cited under Vermont Civil Violation Complaint, Following Too Closely T23 VSA 1039.

On Sept. 17, Justin Brown, of Woodbury, reported to the Vermont State Police Middlesex Barracks that someone had stolen an American Flag and a Thin Blue Line flag from the front yard of his residence, located on Dog Pond Rd. in the town of Woodbury sometime the previous night. Anyone with information is asked to contact Trooper Casey Ross at the Vermont State Police Middlesex Barracks.

On Sept. 17, at 7:42 p.m., Troopers from the Vermont State Police Middlesex Barracks received a report that Chad Sevene on Vt. Rt. 2, Plainfield, pursued a vehicle and struck it several times following a verbal altercation. Investigation revealed Sevene had struck another vehicle and operated his vehicle in a grossly negligent manner. On Sept. 18 Sevene met with troopers at the Vermont State Police Middlesex Barracks. Upon completion of the investigation, Sevene was taken into custody, processed, issued a citation to appear in court on Sept. 21 at 12:30 p.m. and released.

On Sept. 17, at approximately 3 p.m., the Vermont State Police Middlesex Barracks received information that Patricia Wagner, of Calais, was unlawfully distributing a narcotic. Upon investigation, Wagner was issued a citation and released to appear in Washington County Court to answer for a violation of title 18 VSA 4234, Possession and Control of Regulated Drug Depressant, Stimulant, or Narcotic.

On Sept. 21, the Vermont State Police Middlesex Barracks received a report of a Black Lives Matter flag stolen from a yard of a property located on Hollister Hill Rd., Marshfield. A male suspect in a truck with a loud exhaust was seen taking the flat at approximately 1 a.m. Those with information are asked to contact Trooper Casey Ross at the Vermont State Police Middlesex barracks.

This report is based on information provided by the Vermont State Police but is not a full account of police activity. Persons named in this report are presumed to be innocent unless they plead or are found guilty in court.

 

AWARE Report

HARDWICK – AWARE served nine people for the week of September 13 to 20.