On July 30 at approximately 0903 hours, Hardwick Police stopped Timothy Baldwin on Kellogg Road for a motor vehicle violation. Baldwin had an active arrest warrant for Failure to Appear on July 14 for arraignment in Washington County Court. He was also criminally suspended. He was arrested and transported to Hardwick Police Department. Judge Griffin was contacted and struck the $100 bail and had Baldwin recited into that court for August 4 at 0830 hours.
On July 31 at approximately 0844 hours, Hardwick police was called to 95 Winter Street by an Emily Bagley for a citation dispute with her mother. Upon arrival Police found that Bagley had an active arrest warrant Evading and Eluding police. Bagley was arrested and transported to the Hardwick Police Department and then transported to the St. Johnsbury Correctional Facility.
On August 4 at approximately 1245 hours, Hardwick Police located Forrest Foster, at his residence on Bridgeman Hill in Hardwick. He was arrested and taken into custody without incident on two outstanding arrest warrants; one out of Orleans County (2 counts of Petit Larceny and 1 count of violation of probation) and the other out of Caledonia County (Accessory Before the Fact). He was transported to Hardwick Police Department where he was processed. Foster was then transported to Vermont Superior Court; Caledonia Criminal Division.
On August 4 at approximately 1629 hours, Hardwick Police located Tinisha Demo, of Hardwick, at a residence in Hardwick. She was arrested and taken into custody without incident on two outstanding arrest warrants; one out of Orleans County (1 count of Retail Theft) and the other out of Caledonia County (1 count Felony Heroin-Sale and 2 counts Felony Fentanyl-Sale). She was transported to Hardwick Police Department where she was processed. Demo was then transported to Northeast Correctional Complex in St. Johnsbury.
This report is based on information provided by the Hardwick Police Department but is not a full accounting of police activity. Persons named in this report are presumed to be innocent unless they plead or are found guilty in court.