728x90
Tag

#Orleans Superior Court

Home » Orleans Superior Court

7 posts

Diaz says she threw thumb drive away

 - 

copyright the Chronicle August 2, 2017   by Elizabeth Trail   NEWPORT — Former Coventry Town Clerk and Treasurer Cynthia Diaz said in court on Tuesday that she has destroyed at least one thumb drive, possibly the one the select board and auditor Jeff Graham ha... More »

Accused murderer questions lawyer

 - 

copyright the Chronicle March 16, 2016 by Joseph Gresser NEWPORT – A breach between an accused murderer and his lawyer was apparently healed by a talk from Judge Robert Bent. Jeffrey M. Ray, 52, of Brownington sent a handwritten note to the clerk in the Crimin... More »

Bookmark?Remove?

Bacon pleads innocent in Greensboro killing

 - 

copyright the Chronicle August 26, 2015 by Joseph Gresser NEWPORT — The man who allegedly shot and killed Lou-Ron Schneider of Greensboro Sunday pled innocent to a first degree murder charge Tuesday and was ordered held without bail. Police say Mr. Schneider w... More »

Bookmark?Remove?

Ray charged with first-degree murder

 - 

copyright the Chronicle May 27, 2015 by Tena Starr   NEWPORT — Jeffrey M. Ray, 51, of Brownington pled innocent here Tuesday to first degree murder and was held without bail. Mr. Ray is accused of shooting and killing Rick Vreeland, 53, his former wife’s husba... More »

Bookmark?Remove?

Dions accused of elaborate poaching scheme

 - 

copyright the Chronicle November 26, 2014 by Tena Starr An Irasburg couple will be brought to court next month for allegedly running an elaborate deer poaching operation that included baiting and spotlights in their well concealed backyard and a gun portal in ... More »

Bookmark?Remove?

Two Barton men charged for child porn

 - 

copyright the Chronicle June 25, 2014 by Joseph Gresser NEWPORT— An online investigation led to the arrest Monday of two Barton men on child pornography charges. The two cases appear to be unrelated to each other. William M. Allen, 29, and Colton E. Chenard, 2... More »

Bookmark?Remove?

Nelsons and GMP reach settlement

 - 

copyright the Chronicle April 16, 2014 by Bethany M. Dunbar LOWELL — Don and Shirley Nelson have reached a settlement with Green Mountain Power that says the power company will pay them $1.3-million for their home and 540 acres of their farm. The couple has up... More »