On May 16, 2018

Police Briefs

Tire slashed in Bridgewater

A Bridgewater resident witnessed her tire being slashed in her driveway from inside the house by another woman around 1 a.m. May 12.

The right rear tire of her vehicle was damaged by the vandal, police said. The vandal was described as being approximately 5’ 5” tall with a medium build and shoulder length light brown or blond hair. The vandal was wearing a light gray hooded sweater and was last seen leaving on foot traveling west. Anyone with information is asked to contact the State Police – Royalton Barracks at 802-234-9933.

Wanted West Windsor man arrested in Rockingham

A West Windsor man who had an outstanding warrant was arrested May 9 on Route 103 after he was stopped for a moving violation, police said.

Michael Wesolowski, 47, was stopped on Route 103 in Rockingham, police said. He had an outstanding warrant out of Chittenden town for his arrest for failing to appear on a retail theft charge back in 2017, police said.

Wesolowski was arrested and transported to Southern State Correctional Facility. He was supposed to appear in court May 10.

Rutland man arrested for vandalizing

A Rutland man was arrested for vandalizing items that did not belong to him.

Kasey Ellison, 24, of Rutland, was arrested May 10 after state police troopers were dispatched to a residence in Clarendon.

Ellison was issued a citation for unlawful mischief.

Police investigate Weathersfield burglary

State police were dispatched to a reported burglary at Daniels Construction in Weathersfield around 5:45 a.m. on Monday.

An unknown person or people entered the Daniels Construction business during the overnight hours and stole vehicle diagnostic equipment, police said.

The case is under investigation. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Trooper Shepley of the state police in Westminster at 802-722-4600.

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