Charlotte Rescue and Fire Log

May 12 10:54 p.m. Charlotte Fire and Rescue responded to a report of a two-car accident on One Mile Road and Guinea Road. State police were notified. Everyone involved refused transport to the Hospital. May 13 9:50    a.m. Charlotte Rescue assisted Vergennes Rescue at a medical call on Hawkins Bay Lane in Ferrisburgh. Charlotte Rescue… Read More »

Hinesburg Police Log

May 20 1:42 a.m. An officer responded to a one-vehicle crash on Mechanicsville Road. The driver had fallen asleep and there were no injuries. 4:24 p.m. An officer checked on a report of a loose dog on Vermont Route 116 in the village but could not find the dog. 6:05 p.m. An officer did a… Read More »

Vehicle belonging to murder suspect found in Albany, N.Y.

South Burlington Police announced last week that a Nissan Pathfinder registered to the suspect in a recent local shooting death was found in Albany, N.Y. Police are still investigating the May 3 murder of Anako “Anette” Lumumba, age 33, of South Burlington. The main suspect, Leroy Headley, 36, remains at large. Albany police notified South… Read More »

Officer, EMT faces charge of soliciting prostitution

A veteran rescue squad member and part-time police officer in central Vermont is facing charges of soliciting prostitution and obstruction of justice in Shelburne, officials said Monday. Lynn Doney, 57, who also is a Northfield Selectboard member, is due in Vermont Superior Court in Burlington for arraignment today on the two criminal charges, Shelburne police said. Shelburne police… Read More »

Shelburne Police assist in two homicide cases

Shelburne Police assist in two homicide cases

Two people wanted in connection with a bizarre Franklin County homicide were arrested after leaving a Shelburne Road motel early Tuesday, officials said. Shelburne police played a role in the capture during a week when they and other area law enforcement officers have been on alert with two homicide cases under investigation. Since last Thursday,… Read More »

Former Shelburne police chief to get award

Former Shelburne police chief to get award

Retired Shelburne Police Chief Jim Warden has been chosen as the recipient of the 2018 Colleen Haag Award for public service in Shelburne. The Shelburne Selectboard voted 5-0 to select Warden, who completed 30 years of service with the town in January. A date and time to present the award has not been set yet.… Read More »