VERMONT: Bozo Maxime Ygorra sidelined by trooper when buzzing down interstate 89 at a cool 102 mph; earned DUI

VErmont State Police report that on Jan. 3, 2019 at 1905 hours, Vermont State Trooper B. Gallant conducted a motor vehicle stop, on Interstate 89 Northbound at mile marker 57 in Middlesex, Vermont, after observing a vehicle traveling at 102 MPH.

Maxime Ygorra, charged with DUI and excessive speed Vermont State Police

The operator was identified by police as Maxime Ygorra, 28, of Waitsfield, VT. Ygorra showed indicators of impairment and Standard Field Sobriety Tests were administered. Ygorra was placed under arrest and transported to the Middlesex State Police Barracks for processing. Ygorra was released on a citation to appear before the Washington County Superior Court Criminal Division on 03/28/19 at 0830 to answer to the charge of Driving Under the Influence and Excessive Speed.  

COURT DATE: 03/28/19 at 0830 hours   

COURT: Washington County Superior Court Criminal Division

ZACHARY W. JEPSON CHARGED WITH MORE THAN DOUBLING THE 50 MPH SPEED LIMIT IN HIS DANGEROUS BOOZE CRUISE

PUBLIC MENACE NOMINEE – DANGEROUS AT ANY SPEED
Zachary W. Jepson, 26, of Rutland, Vermont charged with DUI grossly negligent operation by Vermont State Police.


On January 4, 2019, at approximately 0150 hours, Troopers from the Vermont State Police Rutland Barracks conducted a motor vehicle stop on US Route 4 in Mendon for a vehicle traveling at 105 MPH in a posted 50 MPH speed zone.

Police say that the operator was identified as Zachary W. Jepson (26) of Rutland, Vermont. Investigation revealed that Jepson was operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Subsequently, Jepson was arrested and processed at the Rutland State Police Barracks for DUI #2, and Grossly Negligent Operation. Jepson was issued a citation to appear at Vermont Superior Court, Criminal Division on January 22th 2019 at 1230pm.

Steven Corliss, 58, of Waterbury, Vermont DUI arrest.

Steven Corliss was over the hill; awarded DUI

Vermont State Police report that on January 1, 2019, at approximately 1820 hours, Vermont State Police Trooper Joseph Szarejko responded to a reported single vehicle collision located at the intersection of Vermont Route 100 and Guptil Road in the Town of Waterbury. 

Police say that a further investigation revealed that Steven Corliss, 58, of Waterbury, Vermont, lost control of his vehicle and traveled over the embankment where his vehicle became disabled. 

Police say that Trooper Szarejko learned that Corliss had operated a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol.  Corliss was subsequently taken into custody for suspicion of DUI and transported to the Middlesex State Police Barracks for processing. 
Corliss was fingerprinted and photographed and issued a citation to appear in Washington County District Court on January 17, 2019, at 0830 hours to answer the charge of DUI #1.


Untalented driver got a tree in one when hi-balling on Dunham Road

SUNDERLAND, VERMONT – The Vermont State Police report that on the evening of 12/30/2018, Troopers from the Shaftsbury Barracks responded to the area of Dunham Road, near the intersection of Pine Knoll, in the Town of Sunderland, Vermont, for a report of single vehicle crash.   

Police say that the investigation revealed that Vehicle # 1, operated by Obrien Ellis, 20, of Manchester, Vermont, was traveling north on Dunham Road at an excessive speed. 

Ellis became distracted and crossed into the oncoming lane of travel.  Ellis attempted to correct his direction of travel, lost control and struck a tree.  Ellis suffered injuries to his neck, back and rib as a result of the crash.  Ellis was transported to Southern Vermont Medical Center for evaluation.

Members from the Arlington Rescue Squad and Arlington Fire Department assisted at the scene.    

**UPDATE**

On 01/04/2019, Ellis was issued a citation by Trooper Nicholas J Cervero to appear in Bennington Superior Court, Criminal Division, On Monday, March 4, 2019, at 0815 AM to answer for the charges of Excessive Speed and Negligent Operation.  Additionally,  Ellis was issued Vermont Civil Violation Complaints for violations of Title 23 VSA  1031, 676, 1007 and 800(a). Police have not yet indicated if alcohol was at play in this crash.

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