Vermont State Police DUI arrest for Gabrielle Williams after Subaru Rollover
Vermont State Police reports that on 10/20/2016 at approximately 5:44 PM, the Vermont State Police responded to a single vehicle crash on Route 5 in Hartland, near the intersection of Rice Rd. Gabrielle Williams was identified as the operator of the 2006 Subaru that has crashed. Williams was headed south on Route 5 and left the roadway just past Rice Rd. The Subaru rolled over and came to rest on its roof. There were no passengers in the vehicle. Williams was arrested for DUI and brought to the Windsor Police Station to be processed.
COURT ACTION: Yes
COURT: Windsor County Superior Court
COURT DATE/TIME: 11/08/2016 0800 hours
On the early morning of 10-21-16, Vermont State Police were dispatched to a report of a two-vehicle crash on U.S. Route 2 in the town of Kirby, VT. Upon arrival, Trooper Seth Loomis made contact with both operators who were identified as Cathan Colby (20) and Stephen Armstrong (49). Vermont State Police reports that their investigation revealed that Colby was traveling east on U.S. Route 2 when his vehicle crossed over the center line into the westbound lane of travel. Colby’s vehicle then continued off the north shoulder of the road, went up an embankment and came to a position of uncontrolled rest in the westbound lane of travel. Stephen Armstrong was traveling west on U.S. Route 2,
Vermont State Police reports that the tractor operator swerved to avoid colliding with Colby’s vehicle, however, the rear passenger side of the tractor made contact with the front end of Colby’s vehicle. The Investigation revealed that Colby was operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol. Colby agreed to provide a preliminary sample of his breath which revealed a Breath Alcohol Concentration (BrAC) of .201%. Colby was transported to the Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital for minor injuries. Once Colby was medically cleared from the hospital he was taken into custody and processed for DUI. Colby was issued a citation to appear in Caledonia Criminal Court on 11-7-16 at 0830 hours. Members from Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles, CALEX Rescue and St. Johnsbury Fire Department assisted at the scene.
Police report that on 10/21/2016, at approximately 10:02 am, a member of the Vermont State Police stopped a vehicle traveling southbound on VT RT 103 in Rockingham for a moving violation. The operator, Jacques J Dodier, 53 of Chester, was found to have consumed marijuana and was administered field sobriety exercises. Mr. Dodier was subsequently arrested for Driving Under the Influence-Drugs (DUI-D) and processed at the Vermont State Police barracks in Westminster. After being evaluated by a nationally certified Drug Recognition Expert (DRE), Dodier was released on a citation to appear in the Vermont Superior Court, Windham Criminal Division for arraignment on December 6, 2016, at 8:00 am.
Vermont State Police reports that on 10/22/2016 at approximately 10:30 PM,
Mark Tillson, 61, of Hartland, VT, was headed south on Interstate 91. Tillson lost control of his 2002 Subaru Outback, left the roadway and overturned. Tillson was brought to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center to be treated for multiple injuries. After being released from the hospital Tillson was processed at the Hartford Police Department and cited for DUI.
Vermont State Police reports that on Saturday, October 22, 2016, at approximately 0015 hours, Vermont State Troopers observed a vehicle operating erratically, traveling south on US Route 7 in the Town of Middlebury. Troopers conducted a traffic stop and identified the operator as Crystina B. Hulst. Hulst displayed signs of drug impairment and was screened for DUI. Hulst was ultimately taken into custody for DUI-Drugs. During her arrest, Hulst actively resisted troopers’ efforts to place her in handcuffs. Troopers quickly gained control of Hulst and transported her to the Vermont State Police Barracks in New Haven.
Hulst was processed for DUI-Drugs and resisting arrest. She was later released to a sober party and cited to appear at Vermont Superior Court, Criminal Division in Addison County to answer to the charges of DUI-Drug, and resisting arrest.
Vermont State Police reports that on October 22, 2016, at approximately 1109 hours, Trooper Freire from the Vermont State Police was notified of a one car motor vehicle crash on US Route 7 in Pittsford, Vermont.
State Troopers were initially advised that the male operator had fled the scene on foot. Upon arrival, the operator was located and identified as Richie J. Montani, age 51, of Bristol, Vermont. Montani’s vehicle had been traveling north and left the east side of the roadway when it entered a ditch and went airborne, landing a short distance away.
While speaking with the Montani, he exhibited several signs of drug impairment. Montani was screened for Driving Under the Influence by a Drug Recognition Expert and refused to provide a blood sample. Montani was subsequently taken into custody for DUI and Negligent Operation and processed at the Vermont State Police Rutland Barracks.
On October 22, 2016, at approximately 2154 hours, State Police were notified of a single motor vehicle crash at the intersection of Mill Pond Road and East Road in Benson, Vermont.
On arrival, State Police met with bystanders who called in the crash and were advised the operator smelled like alcohol and they believed the operator was drinking. The operator was on scene and identified herself as Elizabeth R. Guyette (25) by Vermont photo operators license. Guyette advised she was operating, a blue 2003 Toyota Matrix, and was traveling east on Mill Pond Road. She advised she went off the road when turning north on East Road. Guyette advised she was not injured.
Marks on the roadway and the position of the vehicle indicate the vehicle was traveling east on Mill Pond Road and failed to negotiate the turn, traveling across East Road and into the ditch.
While interacting with Guyette, she displayed several signs of impairment and was screened for driving under the influence. Guyette refused to provide a preliminary breath sample and was taken into custody for further processing for driving under the influence.
Guyette was processed and issued a citation to appear in court for Driving Under the Influence.
COURT ACTION: Yes
COURT DATE: 11/7/2016
COURT: Vermont Superior Court, Criminal Division, Rutland, VT
Vermont State Police report that on October 23, 2016, at approximately 1753 hours, State Police were notified by a concerned motorist that the vehicle in front of them was operating erratically and in a dangerous manner. The complainant followed the vehicle to G&L General Store in Benson, Vermont, where State Police met with the complainant and identified the operator. Fair Haven Police assisted on scene.
Vermont State Police reports that troopers identified Kayla M. Chartier (28) by Vermont photo operators license. While interacting with Chartier, she displayed several signs of impairment and was screened using Standard Field Sobriety Tests.
Chartier provided a preliminary breath sample which resulted in 0.185% BrAC, and was taken into custody for further processing for driving under the influence.
Chartier was processed and issued a citation to appear in court for Driving Under the Influence.
On October 23, 2016, the Vermont State Police responded to a report of a single vehicle rollover crash on Monkton Road in Monkton, VT. While en route to the crash, a bystander reported the operator had taken off into the woods. Vergennes Police responded to assist and provide a k9 track. The operator, Ian Nye, was located walking on Hollow Road in Monkton approximately 2 hours later. The vehicle appeared to be a total loss. Nye was transported to Porter Medical Center for evaluation and processed for DUI. Nye provided a preliminary breath test at Porter with a result of 0.125% BAC. Nye was released on a citation to appear at Addison District Court to answer the charge of DUI #2 on 11/14/16.
SUMMARY OF INCIDENT:
STATION: ST JOHNSBURY
DATE/TIME: 10/23/16 2200
LOCATION: MT PISGAH RD ST JOHNSBURY VT
VIOLATION: DUI #4 CRIMINAL DLS
ACCUSED: ELI FARRINGTON
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: ST JOHNSBURY VT
Vermont State Police assisted Fish and Game with a pursuit. The vehicle was stopped on Mt. Pisgah Rd in St. Johnsbury. Investigation revealed that the Operator Eli Farrington was intoxicated. Farrington was arrested for DUI #4 and Criminal DLS. PBT .168%