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Christopher D. Landry - Excessive Speed



Vt. State Police - 12:10 am Thu Oct 25th, 2012

On 10/24/12 at approximately 20:21 hours, Vermont State Police were conducting speed enforcement on Rte-36 near Fairfield Swamp. While parked State Police Observed a vehicle pass by at very high rate of speed heading east on Rte-36.

Using a Laser Speed Detection Instrument, it showed that the vehicle was traveling at 84 mph. That section of Rte-36 is a posted 50mph zone. State Police began pursuit of the vehicle and caught up with it in Fairfield Village. The vehicle then immediately pulled over. Upon contact with the operator, identified as Christopher Landry, he was advised why he was stopped and was subsequently taken into custody for Excessive Speed. Christopher was taken to the St. Albans State Police Barracks for processing and released with a citation for Excessive Speed.

COURT ACTION: Yes
COURT DATE: 11/26/12
COURT: Franklin County Superior Court, Criminal Division
MUG SHOT: No
VERMONT STATE POLICE
Tpr. Ben Patnode
140 Fisher Pond Rd,
St. Albans, VT
(802) 524-5993
VM# 4230
State of Vermont | Vermont Department of Public Safety
Website: http://dps.vermont.gov/
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CASE#: 12A205019
TROOPER: B. Patnode
STATION: St. Albans
CONTACT#: (802) 524-5993
DATE/TIME: 10/24/12 @ Approx 20:21 hours
LOCATION: Rte-36 at Fairfield Swamp
VIOLATION: Excessive Speed
ACCUSED: Christopher D. Landry
AGE: 21
CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Bakersfield, VT

Relevant Address(es):
Bakersfield, VT 05441 (Set as Local)
St Albans, VT 05478 (Set as Local)
Fairfield, VT 05455 (Set as Local)

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