On August 21, at 4:14 p.m., Vermont State Police Troopers encountered Devin Hallock, of Barre at the Maplewood’s gas station in Plainfield. It was known to troopers that Hallock has multiple conditions of release to include a 24 hour curfew, which he was in violation of. Hallock was subsequently taken into custody and transported to the Berlin Barracks for processing.
On August 23, at 5 p.m., the Vermont State Police conducted a motor vehicle stop on a vehicle on Brooklyn St., in Morristown, for multiple violations. During the stop troopers learned that the operator, Alain Fradette, of Hardwick, had a criminally suspended license. The passenger of the vehicle was later identified as Serina Flood, of Woodbury. Flood was found to have a warrant for her arrest for failing to appear in court for petit larceny.
After further investigation, Troopers conducted a search of the vehicle and located cocaine in both of Fradette’s and Flood’s possession. Both Fradette and Flood were transported to the Morristown Police Department for processing.
On August 21, at 5:04 p.m., troopers from the Berlin Barracks were notified of a theft of an ATV, belonging to Lawrence Winslow, of Hardwick, from Taylor Way in Cabot. The following day the stolen ATV was spotted numerous times in the Marshfield-Cabot area.
On the evening of August 21, troopers responded to a call that the stolen ATV crashed on Walbridge Road in Cabot and the operator, later identified as Daniel A. Abbott Jr., of Cabot, had fled the scene on foot. Troopers responded to the scene and ascertained the location of Abbott Jr. with the assistance of witnesses.
Abbott Jr. was located at a nearby residence and taken into custody for Aggravated Operation Without Owners Consent, Leaving the Scene of an Accident and Negligent Operation. As well as several outstanding Vermont arrest warrants for Vehicle Operation without Owner’s Consent, Forgery and Retail Theft. Abbott Jr. was issued a citation and transported to the Northeast Correctional Complex in St. Johnsbury.
On August 27, at 7:39 a.m., Troopers of the Vermont State Police were called to the town of Elmore for a vehicle that was off the roadway in a field. A deputy with the Lamoille County Sheriff’s Department arrived on scene and identified the male party as Reuben Adams, of Hardwick. Adams was found to be in possession of a large amount of Fentanyl and violating multiple conditions of release. He was placed in custody without incident and transported to the Morristown Police Department for processing. He was lodged at Northeast Correctional Complex in St. Johnsbury.