29 traffic violations 13 medical calls, patient transported to hospital 7 miscellaneous complaints 4 burglar alarms 3 medical calls, patient refused transport to hospital June 24 9:47 p.m. At a traffic stop on Nashville Road, police found a driver to have a criminally suspended license. They took Thomas Beane, age 31 of Shelburne to the station… Read More »
Fire departments from Shelburne, Charlotte, Hinesburg and South Burlington responded to a call for smoke from a blown transformer at Shelburne Museum’s Webb Gallery on Friday. A museum maintenance worker caught the smoke coming from the boiler room, and the departments responded quickly. There was no damage to the gallery, according to a museum spokeswoman.
Calls not listed in the log below: 35 traffic violations 8 miscellaneous complaints 4 medical emergencies, patient not transported 3 burglar alarms June 23 7:12 a.m. A caller reported a man sleeping on furniture outside the Lighting House store on Shelburne Road. An officer located the individual who stated that his identification was… Read More »
The staff at the Shelburne town offices took time last week for a farewell lunch to toast Shelburne Police Lt. Allen Fortin who wrapped up his nearly 30-year career with the department. Sgt. Josh Flore presented Fortin with a gift from the department: a shadow box containing the emblems the law enforcement agencies where he… Read More »
By LISA SCAGLIOTTI A Shelburne man was charged with DUI after an accident on Vermont Route 22A in Addison last week that occurred as two vehicles tried to pass slower traffic at the same time, according to Vermont State Police. The accident happened on Aug. 9 at about 3:26 p.m. near Wilmarth Road. Both vehicles… Read More »
STAFF REPORT South Burlington police say an intoxicated driver crashed into a median traffic sign and later backed into a police cruiser last Monday afternoon. The incident resulted in two charges for Marlene Hart, 59, of Hinesburg. South Burlington Police Chief Trevor Whipple and Detective Sean Pope were on Kennedy Drive last Monday around 3:24… Read More »
Shelburne Volunteer Fire Department conducted a marine training on a beautiful summer evening last week.
By LISA SCAGLIOTTI The South Burlington Police Department is offering a cash reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest of the main suspect in a two-month-old homicide case. At a press briefing Monday, Police Chief Trevor Whipple said the department has been unable to find the main suspect in the murder… Read More »
Shelburne Volunteer Fire Department Lt. Dwight Mazur puts Marine 1 to bed at the Shelburne Shipyard dock under a full moon rising.
After nearly 30 years with Shelburne Police, Lt. Allen Fortin will be retiring Aug. 12, but don’t expect him to move from a cruiser to a rocking chair. Fortin said his “retirement” will be all about one of his favorite passions: highway safety. He is expected to become Chittenden County’s first full-time highway safety coordinator beginning… Read More »