26, Oct 2014 - ManchesterGribble asks for sentence to be reviewed because of his age at time of Mont Vernon murderA half-dozen workers picketed FairPoint Communication’s central office on Graham Drive in south Nashua on Friday as part of more than 1,700 workers who went on strike in New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont after contract negotiations broke down. More than 650 people were picketing throughout New Hampshire, according to union managers. The largest group was in Manchester. The International ...19, Sep 2014 - ManchesterMan pleads not guilty to domestic assault chargeBENNINGTON -- A Sandgate man is accused of strangling and hitting a woman during an argument. Nikolaus Trombley, 25, pleaded not guilty Wednesday in Vermont Superior Court to two counts of aggravated domestic assault and one count of misdemeanor domestic assault. He was released on conditions that he not contact the woman and check in daily at the Manchester Police Station.11, Sep 2014 - ManchesterVermont woman accused of posing for sexual photos near 2-year-oldBENNINGTON -- A Manchester Center woman is facing charges after an ex-boyfriend turned over to police photos of her posing in a sexually explicit manner within a few inches of a child.19, Aug 2014 - ManchesterCharged with soliciting donations for a false charityMANCHESTER -- Police say a Sudbury woman was going around town last week soliciting donations for a supposed children’s charity, then altering the checks to be cashed at higher amounts. Manchester Police said Sara M. Wilbur, 34, was arrested and cited to appear in Vermont Superior Court in Bennington on Monday.18, Jul 2014 - ManchesterAccused killer in three-decades-old case pleads not guiltyBENNINGTON - The man accused of killing Sarah Hunter 27 years ago in Manchester pleaded not guilty to a murder charge Tuesday in Vermont Superior Court.18, Jul 2014 - ManchesterSuspect in 1986 Manchester murder case pleads not guiltyBENNINGTON -- The man accused of killing Sarah Hunter 27 years ago in Manchester pleaded not guilty to a murder charge Tuesday in Vermont Superior Court.17, Jul 2014 - ManchesterSuspect in 1986 murder case pleads not guiltyBENNINGTON -- The man accused of killing Sarah Hunter 27 years ago in Manchester pleaded not guilty to a murder charge Tuesday in Vermont Superior Court. David A. Morrison, 54, is currently serving out a lengthy jail sentence in California for kidnapping a woman there and attempting to rape and kill her.28, Jun 2014 - ManchesterPolice: Woman drove drunk with 4 kids in carVermont State Police say a North Rupert woman was found to be driving under the influence with her four kids in the car following a motor vehicle stop. According to the press release, a Shaftsbury-based trooper stopped 32-year-old Carol Rock on Depot Street in Manchester for a defective headlight. During the course of the investigation, it was learned Rock’s license was criminally suspended for ...23, Jun 2014 - ManchesterManchester man among 7 arrested in prostitution stingSeven men were arrested Wednesday in an undercover prostitution investigation in South Burlington, Vermont, police said.06, Jun 2014 - ManchesterUPDATE: Former deputy, dispatcher, pleads not guilty to drug chargesBENNINGTON - A former Bennington County Sheriff's deputy and Manchester Police dispatcher has been charged with selling prescription medication through a woman he was having an affair with, as well as forging insurance documents for her. Gary F. Harrington, 41, of Arlington, pleaded not guilty Thursday in Vermont Superior Court to three felony counts of narcotic sale, seven misdemeanor counts23, Apr 2014 - ManchesterManchester man gets nearly two years in prison for sexual assaultBENNINGTON -- A Manchester man who has been held without bail for the past eight-and-a-half months will spend the next 14 months in jail for having a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old girl. Cody P. Shores, 20, pleaded guilty Thursday in Vermont Superior Court to sexual assault of a victim under 16 years old.20, Apr 2014 - ManchesterSuspect in 1986 golf pro murder to return for trialBENNINGTON -- Well over a year has passed since the state announced it planned to charge a man serving a lengthy sentence in a California prison with the 1986 murder of Sarah Hunter in Manchester, but the process to bring David Allan Morrison to Vermont has begun. Bennington County State's Attorney Erica Marthage said Friday that an extradition hearing for Morrison, 54, was held on24, May 2013 - ManchesterShaftsbury state police barracksFriday May 17, 2013 SHAFTSBURY -- The Shaftsbury barracks of the Vermont State Police provides primary law enforcement for 12 towns in Bennington County: They also provide support and back-up assistance on request to the Bennington and Manchester police departments. The barracks are located at 96 Airport Road.21, May 2013 - ManchesterPolice say women were smoking crack with 2-year-old in carMANCHESTER ? Two Vermont women were arrested Sunday evening about 7:20 p.m. after undercover police were watching their car parked beside the Mobil Gas Station, 1602 Elm St., and found them with a syringe containing suspected cocaine, 21 Clonazepam pills, and a metal container with suspected crack cocaine, according to a police report.13, May 2013 - ManchesterNorthern New England seeing surge in heroin useMONTPELIER, Vt. — A rise in heroin abuse in Vermont, Maine and New Hampshire is being blamed partly on aggressive marketing by out-of-state drug dealers and the higher cost of prescription drugs sold illegally on the streets. In Vermont, Rutland Police Chief James Baker calls the spike in heroin use "mind boggling." Manchester Police Chief David Mara says he's seen a definite "uptick" in heroin ...09, Apr 2013 - ManchesterMonday March 18, 2013BENNINGTON -- Authorities netted multiple driving under the influence arrests over the St. Patrick’s Day weekend. In separate written releases, Vermont State Police reported at least four motorists in the area charged with driving under the influence as of early Sunday evening.09, Apr 2013 - ManchesterPolice News in BriefMonday March 18, 2013 BENNINGTON -- Authorities netted multiple driving under the influence arrests over the St. Patrick’s Day weekend. In separate written releases, Vermont State Police reported at least four motorists in the area charged with driving under the influence as of early Sunday evening.
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