Jan. 24 at 9:18 a.m., an unwanted guest was reportedly refusing to leave Harbor Place. Police were dispatched and the man was escorted off the property.
A former South Burlington man, who is charged with illegal possession of five stolen Teslas, has balked a second time during a federal court hearing calling for him to withdraw his not guilty plea.
The Shelburne Police Department’s internal investigation into Cpl. Jon Marcoux found that he violated four department policies following his use-of-force incident last year while arresting a t…
While the Vermont Attorney General’s Office was fighting recently to convict a meat cleaver-wielding man for murdering his wife and trying to kill his mother-in-law, Chittenden County State’s …
The death of a Hinesburg resident who was hit by a car while riding his bicycle on Hinesburg Road in South Burlington remains under investigation more than two months later.
Jan. 2 at 9:32 a.m., police received a call of a missing person but, while the officer was speaking with the caller, the dispatcher determined the missing person had been transported to the hospital from a location in South Burlington.
The Shelburne Police Department has released video recordings showing footage of an alleged use-of-force incident involving Cpl. Jon Marcoux last year, bringing more details to light in a case that has resulted in a Vermont State Police investigation, an internal investigation within the Shelburne Police Department and a rift between state police and Chittenden County state’s attorney over whether to charge the Shelburne cop with simple assault.
Dec. 26 at 7:59 p.m., police responded to a call that a family member was unresponsive. Medhi Zeynali, 70, of Shelburne, was later pronounced dead at a residence on Shelburne Road. Officers determined the death was not suspicious.
Dec. 19 at 3:08 p.m., a caller reported her ex-boyfriend followed her to work on Wake Robin Drive. Police were unable to locate him at the time, but Richmond police was asked requested to serve a trespass notice on him.
Shelburne Cpl. Jon Marcoux is back to work with the town police department after two investigations into his use-of-force during an incident in January found no wrongdoing.