Vermont: Christopher Lyman was stuck in the mud and waiting for a trooper to give him a ride to jail for DUI

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Christopher Lyman was stuck in the mud and waiting for a trooper to give him a ride to jail for DUI

Christopher Lyman, DUI Nov. 9, 2017, Vermont State Police

Hartland, Vermont:  Vermont State Police report that on November 11, 2017, at approximately 9:32 pm, Vermont State Police dispatch received a call in regard to a vehicle off the road in the area of VT Route 12 and Davis Road in the Town of Hartland, VT (Windsor County).

Troopers responded to the scene and found a blue 2006 Chevrolet pick-up truck
off the right side of the road stuck in the mud.
The investigation revealed that the operator, Christopher Lyman, 33, was under the influence of alcohol while operating his vehicle.  He was arrested by Trooper Stacy Corliss and transported to Hartford Police Department for processing, and released on a criminal citation to appear in Vermont Superior Court on 11/28/2017 at 0800 hours to answer to the charge of DUI #1.
COURT DATE/TIME:  11/28/2017 at 0800
COURT:  Windsor
BAIL:  N/A
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