Category Archives: Orange County

Man charged with DUI after found asleep at the wheel in a field

When police responded to a report of a vehicle off the road in a Newbury field early Sunday morning, they found an 18-year-old man asleep at the wheel.

That man, Joshua Sanborn, was cited for DUI. Sanborn had gone off the road, tried to get his car back on the road with no success, and then went to sleep at the junction of Scotch Hollow and Wallace Hill roads. Police processed Sanborn at the Bradford barracks and cited him for two other offenses: driving off the road and drinking while under the age of 21.


Woman charged with stabbing husband with stick

An Orange woman has been charged with domestic assault after an argument turned physical and she stabbed her husband with a stick, then sprayed him with a fire extinguisher, police said.

Sandra Boutin, 49, was arrested and charged with domestic assault after police responded to a report of an assault on Smith Road in Orange. She is due in court to answer the charges today.

Woman arrested in identity theft

WASHINGTON — Vermont police have made an arrest in an identity theft case.
They say earlier this year, 30-year-old Chrissie Jones of Washington, Vt., walked into a gas station in St. Johnsbury and opened a fuel account. She identified herself as 22-year-old Thumperlee Marcy of Littleton, N.H. Police said she used the account to buy gas.
Marcy got an overdue fuel bill in his mail recently. He said he never bought fuel.
WCAX-TV reports ( Jones is being charged for false personation, identity theft and grand larceny.

Sex offenders in compliance

ROYALTON — All 79 sex offenders who live in Orange, Windham and Windsor counties are in compliance with registration laws, according to the Vermont State Police.
State police said the Royalton, Rockingham and Brattleboro barracks, or Troop D, spent seven days doing a routine check on all sex offenders in the three counties to make sure they are registered as required.
Troop D commander Capt. Ray Keefe said it was the first time he could remember that all those checked were in compliance.
Keefe said they do checks regularly on a random basis.