Vermont State Police Incident Log for June: May 3 through May 31

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VSP logo incident reportEditor’s Note: The Vermont State Police incident report is a sampling of incidents directly from the Vermont State Police. We do not identify individual victims of crimes nor those who have been arrested.

Tuesday, May 3, Windham – At about 7:30 a.m. a complainant reported the theft of hay from a barn on West Windham Road in Windham. On the previous day, between 6 and 7 p.m., a pick-up truck stopped at the barn and someone took about 15 to 20 bales of hay. The truck was an older model Ford that was white or faded silver with a red stripe. It was described as being loud.

Friday, May 6, Londonderry – Owners of a seasonal cabin on Rinehart Road told state police that when they arrived to open the place for the season, it had been broken into. The contents of the cabin had been riffled, but nothing had been stolen. Police walked around the cabin looking for evidence but found nothing. No date for the break-in could be established since the owners had not been at the cabin since the fall.

Sunday, May 8, Cavendish – At a little before 7 p.m., Vermont State Police responded to a 911 call at a Main Street, Cavendish address for a domestic assault. When they arrived, police saw a man running up the hill behind the house.  After a short foot pursuit, a 45-year-old Cavendish resident was arrested.  Police learned that the man had threatened his wife with a shovel, attempted to keep her from contacting police and avoided apprehension.  The man was on probation from a prior assault on law enforcement officers and a domestic assault.  He was released to the Department of Probation and Parole who then transported him to Southern State Correctional Facility in Springfield.

Tuesday, May 10, Peru – State Police from the Rockingham Barracks, responded to Mountain Ridge Road, in the town of Peru, for a report of a burglary.  After an investigation, police arrested a 54-year-old South Londonderry woman for the burglary.  The woman was processed at the Rockingham Barracks and held on $2,000 bail at the Southern State Correctional Facility in Springfield.

Wednesday, May 11, Londonderry – State Police performed a consent search of a residence on Reilly Road in the town of Londonderry.  Three 18 to 24-inch tall marijuana plants and 22 seedlings  were seized in a small scale ‘indoor grow.’ There was no indication that the marijuana was being grown for sale. A 65-year-old Londonderry man was processed at the Rockingham Barracks for cultivation of marijuana and released with a citation to appear in Windham Superior Court-Criminal Division on June 21, 2016.

Friday, May 13, Londonderry – Three welders were reported stolen from a maintenance shed at Magic Mountain. The complainant told police that the welders had last been seen on May 6, but on May 11 the equipment was gone. Police later received a report that the welders may have been borrowed by an employee, then a report that two of the three had been located but not yet returned.

Sunday, May 15, Windham – Employees of the Tater Hill Golf Course reported that someone had drained approximately 50 gallons of fuel from its golf carts.

Tuesday, May 24, Londonderry – Police received a report of vandalism at a Spring Hill Road address, where a 150-pound solar powered fish feeder worth $1,000 had been thrown in the pond. The owners suspected a person who fishes in that pond without permission, but opted not to press charges if that person stops trespassing.

Wednesday, May 25, Andover – Police investigated the theft of tools from a shed at a residence on East Hill Road. The tools, including a circular saw, drill and table saw, belonged to construction workers who were working at the residence. This case is still active and anyone with information on this incident should contact Vermont State Police at 802-875-2112.

Saturday, May 28, Cavendish – Sometime between the evening of May 27 and the morning of May 28, someone stole tools from a job site on Route 103.

Tuesday, May 31, Windham – A seasonal resident on Route 121 reported receiving a threatening note. The note threatened harm if the homeowner continued supporting a ban on wind turbines. The owner was leaving to return home and the responding trooper suggested taking down a lawn sign before leaving the property.

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