July 25th, 2013
VERGENNES — A missing purse complaint last week led Vergennes police on a hunt that resulted in two city residents being sent to jail.
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police responded to a domestic dispute at a Rogers Road home on July 21. Police said a resident reported his ex-girlfriend had kicked him out of his own house. Police said the woman was packing her belongings and getting ready to leave.
In other action last week, Middlebury police:
• Investigated a one-car rollover, with no injuries, on Creek Road on July 15.
ADDISON COUNTY — On July 19 at 10:13 p.m. Vermont State Police responded to a report that a pickup truck had crashed into a utility pole in Salisbury and that power lines were down. The collision sent the driver and three passengers to the hospital.
MIDDLEBURY — The Midd Summer Festival committee is in the final stages of planning for its third annual festival, to take place in the historic Marble Works District on Saturday, Aug. 3, from 3-7 p.m.
I posted this message on Facebook last week:
HELP! Mom of month-old baby with a brain mushy from nighttime feedings seeks inspiration for her bi-weekly column on Vermont life. Sooooo: Anything you’d like to see written about Vermont? Any unanswered Vermont questions? Anything Vermont-related keeping you up at night? I’ll entertain any ideas!
My desperate plea generated more responses than I’d expected; unresolved Vermont issues are apparently keeping some people up at night.
WEYBRIDGE — Former Weybridge Town Clerk Karen Brisson asked for forgiveness from the many whose bond of trust she broke by embezzling more than $400,000 in taxpayers’ funds over six years, a crime for which she was sentenced to two years in prison on July 18 by U.S. District Court Judge Christina Reiss.
“All of the suffering and pain I am going through is self-inflicted. That doesn’t make it less painful,” Brisson told those present during her sentencing proceeding in federal court in Rutland.