Vermont State Police
Vermont State Police report that on 5-8-16 at 3:14 pm, Vermont State Police in Middlesex received a report of a subject passed out inside a vehicle. Vermont State Trooper Darryl M. Cremo from the Middlesex Barracks responded to the area of Vermont Route 100 and Tremblay Road in Waitsfield, Vermont and made contact with a male subject who was identified as Kim White, 43, of Washington, Vermont. Through investigation, it was determined that White was found to be under the influence of alcohol while operating his vehicle. White’s roadside BAC was approximately .242%.
White was taken into custody on suspicion of driving under the influence and transported to the Barre City Police Department for processing.
DATE/TIME: 5/8/16 ; 1245 hours
LOCATION: 758 Waterbury-Stowe Road, Waterbury, VT
ACCUSED: Shaun Colbeth
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Washington, VT
SUMMARY OF INCIDENT:
On the above date and time, Vermont State Police responded to report of an intoxicated driver at 758 Waterbury-Stowe Road, Waterbury, VT . The operator, Shaun Colbeth, was suspected of being under the influence of alcohol and was run through field sobriety exercises. Colbeth provided a sample of his breath which resulted in a .142% BAC. Colbeth was subsequently arrested for suspicion of DUI and transported to the Montpelier Police Department for processing. Colbeth is scheduled to appear in Washington County Superior Court-Criminal Division on May 26th, 2016 to answer to the charge of DUI.
He fought the law and the law won – Jacob came up Shortt
Vermont State Police report that on May 7, 2016, at approximately 20:20 hours, Shaftsbury Troopers stopped a vehicle for operating erratically on Myers Road, in the town of Shaftsbury (VT). Troopers identified the operator as Jacob M. Shortt, age 27, of Cambridge (NY).
While investigating the incident, Shortt attempted to flee the scene. Troopers quickly apprehended Shortt after a short foot pursuit. While attempting to take Shortt into custody, Shortt attempted to assault a Trooper (Trooper was uninjured).
At the conclusion of the investigation, Trooper Luke Hall determined that Shortt was operating under the influence of alcohol. Shortt failed to provide a roadside breath sample.
Short was ultimately transported to and processed at the Shaftsbury Barracks. Shortt was later released with a citation ordering him to appear in the Bennington County Superior Court/ Criminal Division on May 23, 2016, at 08:15 hours to answer to the above charges.