Category

Crime & Police Reports

The latest press releases from law enforcement agencies in Vermont.

65 posts
Bookmark?Remove?

VSP seek information on stolen Polaris side-by-side

 - 

On 01-10-21 at approximately 6:13 p.m., the Vermont State Police received a report of a stolen UTV from a residence on Water Street in the Village of Orleans, Town of Barton, VT.  It is described as being a 2014 green Polaris side-by-side with a 6′ plow and tw... More »

Bookmark?Remove?

Newport Police Respond to Fatal Fire

 - 

  NEWPORT — Police Chief Travis Bingham reports that the Newport Police Department responded to a fatal fire late Friday. On Dec. 25 at 9:13 p.m. Newport Police and Fire responded to 58 Pleasant St. in Newport for a reported structure fire. The first arriving ... More »

Bookmark?Remove?

Newport Police Investigating Armed Robbery

 - 

NEWPORT — Chief Travis Bingham reports that the Newport Police Department is investigating an early morning armed robbery. On Sunday, Dec, 20 at 4:12 a.m., an employee of the Cumberland Farms convenience store on East Main Street reported they had been robbed.... More »

Newport Police Actively Investigating Robbery at Local Inn

 - 

Newport Police Department Chief Travis R. Bingham FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, Dec. 18, 2020 Police Seeking Public’s Help in Identifying Suspect NEWPORT, VERMONT — Chief Travis R. Bingham reports that the Newport Police Department is actively investigating a ... More »

Bookmark?Remove?

VSP warn Orleans residents to lock their doors

 - 

Derby VSP are currently investigating a string of thefts in the Orleans area. It is an ongoing investigation. They are requesting everyone to lock their vehicle and homes at night or when not at home. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Vermon... More »

Bookmark?Remove?

VSP seek information in armed robbery in Orleans

 - 

On 12/1/20 at approximately 2121 hours, the Vermont State Police responded to a report of an armed robbery at the Family Dollar located on Main Street in Orleans. During the initial investigation it was learned that at approximately 2115 hours an individual en... More »