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| ||William Mcmahon - Unlawful Mischief|
Vt. State Police Posted on: 1:40 am Sun Jun 28th, 2020
On June 27th, 2020 at approximately 1905 hours the Vermont State Police were notified of a family disturbance on Boarding House Street in Sheldon, VT.
| ||Kaleb Lavallee - Criminal DLS|
Vt. State Police Posted on: 10:25 pm Sat Jun 27th, 2020
On 06/26/2020 at approximately 1524 hours, Vermont State Police initiated an investigatory traffic stop in the location of Woodshill Rd by Route 105 in Sheldon. The operator was identified as Kaleb Lavallee(22) of Swanton, VT.
| ||Bryan Baxter - Operating vehicle under the influence of intoxicating liquor or other substance and DLS|
Vt. State Police Posted on: 10:55 pm Thu Jun 25th, 2020
On 06/25/2020 at approximately 1814 hours the Vermont State Police were dispatched to a conditions violation in the town of Richford.
| ||Missing swimmer/death investigation|
Vt. State Police Posted on: 9:10 pm Thu Jun 25th, 2020
At 4:56 p.m. Thursday, June 25, 2020, divers with the Vermont State Police Scuba Team located a body in Lake Champlain near Alburgh Dunes State Park.
| ||Missing swimmer|
Vt. State Police Posted on: 2:10 pm Wed Jun 24th, 2020
Search efforts resumed Wednesday morning, June 24, 2020, for the man who disappeared after diving off a boat into Lake Champlain near Alburgh Dunes State Park on Tuesday evening.
Located off I-89 exit 19 in St. Albans, Vermont, the St. Albans Barracks provides police coverage throughout Franklin and Grand Isle Counties. We provide primary law enforcement services for the towns of Bakersfield, Berkshire, Enosburg, Fairfax, Fairfield, Fletcher, Franklin, Georgia, Highgate, Montgomery, Richford, Sheldon, Swanton Town, Alburgh, Grand Isle, Isle Lamotte, North Hero, and South Hero. We also provide assistance as requested to the Swanton Police Department, St. Albans City Police Department, Grand Isle Sheriff Office, and the Franklin County Sheriff Office in both Grand Isle and Franklin Counties. The St. Albans Barracks patrols 24 miles of interstate, 182 miles of state roads in Franklin County and 45 miles of state roads in Grand Isle County.
Our Barracks is one of two Vermont State Police barracks whose areas of coverage contain an international border with Canada. We often work closely with Federal Agencies to include Border Patrol, ICE, and Coast Guard.
The St. Albans Barracks regularly meets with its Community Advisory Panel, to discuss local concerns and relate important information to community members. If you would like to be a part of our Community Advisory Board, please contact your local town clerk's office or Lieutenant Maurice Lamothe at 802-524-5993.
The St. Albans Barracks is commanded by Lieutenant Maurice Lamothe.
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