The offense carries a sentence of up to 10 years in prison.
Ronald Roy, 71, of Errol, New Hampshire, is the sixth incarcerated person who has died in the state’s prison system this year.
Trooper Robert Zink, of the Shaftsbury Barracks, has pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor charge of simple assault. His lawyer, David Sleigh, said they’ve been ready for a jury trial for months.
The pharmacy giant asked a judge to throw out charges that it had acted improperly during unexpected store closures and staffing shortages.
Police say Abukar Hilowle was also responsible for a second shooting on Shelburne Road two days earlier.
Cpl. Jon Marcoux, the Shelburne Police Department’s public information officer, is under investigation and was put on administrative leave for discharging a weapon during a Jan. 23 incident.
Jeff Burnham, currently deputy chief in Lincoln, New Hampshire, will take over the Springfield department on Sept. 1.
The Bennington Superior Court on Wednesday lifted the white nationalist’s order for home detention, agreeing with him that his new probationary status offers stronger public protection. The decision was issued just as police alleged he recently violated the detention conditions.
Wayne Miller, a former resident of Hartland, is being held without bail while awaiting trial in state court on 13 felony counts.
Former Capt. John Grismore was caught on video kicking a suspect in police custody multiple times. He has ignored calls to drop out of the race for sheriff this fall.
Brian Preller, who is not from Vermont, was arrested in Hardwick in relation to his alleged participation in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. He appeared later in the day in federal court in Rutland where was released on conditions, including that he not possess any firearms.
Stacey Vaillancourt pleaded not guilty in March 2019 to charges of manslaughter and child cruelty in the death of 6-month-old Harper Rose Briar. Jury selection in the case is set for next month, with a trial to follow.
Nicholas Baker, 34, is facing charges of being a felon in possession of a firearm and possession with intent to distribute fentanyl. He has not been charged with killing the man he claims attacked him Friday night.
MacLean Gander was arrested after Vermont State Police received a complaint about him threatening a person with a knife following “escalating abusive behaviors.”