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On March 2, at 7:34 a.m., Troopers out of the Berlin Barracks were notified of a conditions of release violation at a residence on Old Quarry Road in Woodbury. Subsequent investigation led to the discovery that Dorothea Wrobel, of Woodbury, had violated active court ordered conditions of release by being at the residence. Wrobel was taken into custody without incident and transported to the Berlin Barracks for processing. Wrobel was later released with a citation to appear in Washington County Superior Court Criminal Division on April 20 and released.

On March 2 at approximately 6:38 p.m., Troopers from the Vermont State Police, St. Johnsbury Barracks, received reports of a two-car motor vehicle crash involving a passenger vehicle and a large tractor in the area of 705 US 2, Danville. Investigation revealed Keith Burtt, of Cabot, was traveling east along US 2 and attempted to make a left turn across westbound lanes of travel. Simultaneously, Alexandra Milne, of Danville was traveling west along US 2 and approached the intersection where Burtt was turning. All westbound lanes of travel were blocked by Burtt’s John Deere 5100E tractor and the associated trailer. As such, Milne’s vehicle, a 2008 BMW struck the rear portion of Burtt’s trailer. Both Burtt and Milne were uninjured, however Milne’s vehicle was towed from the scene due to extensive damage. The Vermont State Police were assisted by the Danville Fire Department.

On January 29 at 3:15 p.m., the Vermont State Police received a call from Jennifer Phair, of Charleston, reporting she had paid for two cord of firewood but the firewood was never delivered. Through the trooper’s investigation, it was determined Joel Sargent, of Woodbury, had taken the money and did not deliver the firewood. Sargent is due in Orleans County Court on March 28.

On February 2 at 12:57 p.m., the Vermont State Police received a call from Robert Wihlidal, of Albany, reporting he had paid for two cord of firewood but the firewood was never delivered. Through the trooper’s investigation, it was determined Joel Sargent, of Woodbury, had taken the money and did not deliver the firewood. Sargent is due in Orleans County Court on March 28.

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