Oct. 1 at 1:37 a.m., an officer found an unlocked business on Pine Haven Shores Road. The building was checked and there was no one inside. Police locked the business.

The week of Sept. 22-25, Shelburne Police held a child passenger safety technician course. This national certification course added nine more technicians to the more than 160 working around the state ensuring the safety of children in vehicles through proper installation and use of safety seats and restraints.

Shelburne Fire Boat One, a 24-foot aluminum landing craft arrived in Shelburne Sept. 22, to replace Shelburne Fire Department’s current rescue vessel, Marine One, a 30-year-old Boston Whaler t…

Sept. 17 at 4:49 a.m., a Shelburne Police officer heard a burglary alarm on Harbor View Road in South Burlington and found a business that had been burglarized. South Burlington Police were called.

Sept. 3 at 5:36 a.m., although they checked other neighborhoods nearby, police couldn’t find a suspicious man reported to be in the area of Acorn Lane.

Aug. 13 at 12:38 p.m., when police went to Kinney Drugs to talk to Nicole Bessette, 51, of Swanton, about shoplifting she was believed to have been involved in, they discovered there was a warrant for her arrest.

July 30 at 1:14 a.m., a man who was suffering a mental health crisis at Harbor Road locked himself in a guest room and refused to come out. Police negotiated with the man for five hours before he came out and was taken to the University of Vermont Medical Center.

A disagreement between coworkers at the Himalayan Kitchen Restaurant on Thursday, July 29, got heated and one employee allegedly stabbed another.

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