Police Reports

German shepherd shot, game warden investigating

The Vermont Warden Service responded to the reported fatal shooting of a German shepherd dog in Tunbridge on Saturday, April 23.

The dog was reported missing by its owner on April 20 and was located by the same on April 23. Game Warden Sergeant Jeffrey Whipple responded to the scene and opened an investigation.

“As the responding law enforcement agency, we are actively investigating this tragic situation,” said Game Warden Colonel Jason Batchelder.  “This is an ongoing investigation, and more details will be released at an appropriate time.”

Death after accident – A Berlin man died four days after an April 4 crash on I-89, state police said. 

On the afternoon of April 4, state troopers from the Royalton barracks responded to a one car motor vehicle crash on I-89 southbound, 27 miles north of White River Junction,

The operator, Edward Pombar, 77, got distracted and lost control in the median of the interstate and struck the guardrail, causing his 2013 Toyota Tacoma to roll over and the operator to be ejected from the vehicle. He was flown via DART to Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center to be treated for his injuries. He passed away on April 8 from the injuries he sustained.

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  1. To the sick person who shot that beautiful dog: You are the most loathsome, cowardly, pathetic excuse for a human being in VT and: WHAT COMES AROUND, GOES AROUND – LOSER.

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