Shelburne Police, Fire & Rescue

Minor traffic: 11 Motor assist: 6 Medical emergencies at retirement communities: 13 Medical emergencies at Harbor Place: 1 Medical emergencies: 9 Suspicious people:1 Suspicious vehicle: 3 Speed and traffic enforcement: 1 Welfare check: 3 False fire or burglar alarms: 2 Noise: 1 Fraud: 1 Commercial vehicle inspection: 2 Theft: 2 Child safety seat:1 Harassment report:… Read More »

Shelburne ice rescue training

Shelburne ice rescue training

Photo by LEE KROHN Shelburne Volunteer Fire Department members practiced ice-rescue training last week. Above, Capt. Andrew Dickerson holds a rescue device during instruction, along with Asst. Chief John Goodrich off to the right. On page 1, Lt. Dwight Mazur observes as safety tech while probationary firefighter Hunter Anderson is in the water as a… Read More »

Shelburne Police, Fire & Rescue

Oct. 24 8:10 a.m. Police were called to a Shelburne Road apartment for a report of an intoxicated woman “wrecking the place.” Officers found the glass pane on the door into the residence broken, as well as numerous household items. Sharon Brailsford, 49, was cited to appear Nov. 21 in Vermont Superior Court-Criminal Division to… Read More »

Stolen trike strands man

UPDATE: Shelburne Police report that the tricycle has been returned.  Shelburne Police are investigating the Jan. 9 theft of an adult-sized tricycle from the area of the Dutch Mill on Shelburne Road. The three-wheeled blue Schwinn with a basket and rear reflectors belongs to a 68- year-old man and is his main mode of transportation,… Read More »

Shelburne Police, Fire & Rescue

Minor traffic: 13 Motorist assist: 13 Speed and traffic enforcement: 5 Commercial vehicle inspections: 4 Medical emergencies: 25 Medical emergencies at retirement communities: 40 Medical emergencies at Harbor Place: 20 Threatening messages: 6 Suspicious people: 15 Suspicious vehicles: 2 Welfare checks: 7 Lockout of car: 6 False fire, burglar, medical alarms: 10 911 hang ups:… Read More »

Suspicious package was ‘nothing dangerous’

State investigators recently determined that a package turned into police as “suspicious” was nothing dangerous after all. Shelburne Acting Police Chief Aaron Noble said his office received word that a package brought in on Dec. 19 from a Weed Road resident was harmless. The resident was concerned that the package, which had a return address… Read More »

Shelburne man cited for DUI on Interstate 189

South Burlington Police arrested James Madison of Shelburne for driving under the influence on Interstate 89. Madison’s vehicle was off the road on I-189 when local and state police arrived just before 11 p.m. on Dec. 14, police said. Police transported Madison, 56, to the Williston State Police barracks for processing. He was released with… Read More »

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