Smile for the security camera…..

Also, double OD, catalytic converter thefts, and BnB assault bust of Martha’s Vineyard resident

Vermont State Police are seeking the man on photo above (and possibly others) who broke into a Cross Road home in Jay sometime before 5:44 AM Sunday, September 18. Anyone with information and/or who can identify the suspect, please contact the Vermont State Police-Derby Barracks/Trooper Kali Lindor at 802-334-8881.

Two dead by overdose in Killington – The Vermont State Police is investigating two deaths which occurred at the Killington Motel in Killington Saturday evening, September 17.

VSP was notified at 7 PM that a woman, later identified as Darlene Parker, 56, of Swanton, and a man, later identified as Thomas Dodge, 53, were found unresponsive in their motel room. Killington Rescue responded to the residence and pronounced the two individuals deceased. Investigators located evidence suggesting the deaths were caused by accidental overdose and did not appear suspicious. 

 Killington Police had responded to the same motel hours earlier for an overdose in a neighboring room where the subject was revived through the use of Narcan and transported to a medical facility for follow-on treatment.  

There is no information at this time connecting the two incidents aside from being at the same place, of the same nature, and within a short time.

Truck, driver sought in schoolbus catalytic converter theft – Troopers from the Royalton Barracks are seeking assistance from the public in identifying the owner of the truck (see photo) suspected to be involved in the theft of a catalytic converter from a school bus parked at the Hartland Elementary School. Any information regarding the truck or male subject pictured above can be directed to Trooper Collins at 802-234-9933.

Also, Saturday at 5 pm, troopers were notified about a theft of a catalytic converter from a 2012 Jeep Patriot at North Point Car Dealership located on US Route 5 in the Town of Derby.

Martha’s Vineyard resident busted for assault at BnB – Lourens Fourie, 30, of Martha’s Vineyard was cited to appear in court Monday September 19 after police say that early Sunday AM he used a gun to assault someone and damaged property at a Staver Road, Marlboro bed and breakfast. 

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  1. The Martha’s Vineyard incident is easily explainable – the perpetrator likely witnessed a number of poor black & Hispanic people somewhere along their travel between the Vineyard and Marlboro and was traumatized. Once he returns to his lily white, wealthy neighbors, friends, & family there and is able to party vote straight democrat for the November elections, he’ll recover. As for the victim, hopefully he will recover as well.

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