Town information – Tavistock Devon Tue, 17 May 2022 13:22:46 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Town information – Tavistock Devon 32 32 Hayven Chase – WEST AG INFORMATION NETWORK Tue, 17 May 2022 13:09:25 +0000

Hayven Chase


Hayven Chase, 18, is a busy student at Timberlake High in the northern Idaho town of Athol.

The high school student is a member of the local Future Farmers of America chapter and was also a finalist in the High School Discussion Meet contest organized by the Young Farmers & Ranchers of Idaho. And she’s loved horses since she was little.

“I started riding bikes at my aunt’s ranch when I was about 5, so I’ve been obsessed with them since I was little. And so, I’ve always been known as a horse freak,” said Hayven Chase.

Hayven also competes as a rodeo queen and plans to pursue an agricultural business degree at the University of Idaho this fall.

“There are so many different opportunities to have an agricultural business degree, there are so many different paths I can go down,” Hayven said.

Almost ten years ago, she received news that would change her life.

“I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when I was eight years old and I really had no idea what it was. I knew my cousin had it, but I didn’t know what would be in it,” Hayven said.

Crawley Pride 2022: dates, times and ticket information as the two-day celebration returns Sun, 15 May 2022 04:30:00 +0000

Crawley Pride will be back for another fun event, with a two-day summer celebration on the way. Last year, Crawley’s first-ever Pride event was held in the city to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community.

The event, organized by Crawley LGBTQU+, was held at Goffs Park and featured an array of exciting acts. More than 1,500 people are believed to have attended, and similar crowds are expected again this year.

Many numbers have already been booked for this year’s Pride, which will take place on Saturday August 20 and Sunday August 21, also at Goffs Park. Tickets are on sale with VIP options also up for grabs.

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In a first for the town, this year’s Pride will also include a parade through the streets of Crawley. This will take place on the Saturday of the event, with willing participants invited to come forward.

Saturday is labeled “Festival Vibes” and is expected to feature drag acts, DJs and plenty of special guests, as well as fairground rides to entertain younger visitors. Food stalls and bars will also be in the park, with organizers pointing out that bar issues have been ironed out after Crawley Pride 2021.

Sunday will be a more family day to attract a younger audience. It was also promised to be the day that will “celebrate the local community”. Musical artists will be present, as well as local artists and a selection of special guests. Food, drink and fairground rides will also still be present.

A number of special guests have already been registered for the event. Kitty Scott-Claus of RuPaul’s Drag Race fame has been signed to appear on Saturday and is sure to draw a stellar crowd.

Many numbers have already been reserved for this year’s Pride

The ever-popular Aunty Ginger has also been cast for both days of Pride. Described as “everyone’s favorite camp aunt”, Ginger will headline the festival.

Described as a “Gay Elvis”, Elberace will appear on Sundays to perform cabaret and other thrilling performances. Known for his energetic performances, James Haslam’s Elvis tribute is not to be missed.

A pre-Pride party is also planned for the over-18s on the Friday before the event, while Bar 7, the heart of the LGBTQ+ community in Crawley, will be tasked with looking after VIPs throughout the weekend. -end. Event organizers are always looking for local drag artists to perform at Crawley Pride, with volunteers and other acts also welcome.

Many tickets are still available and range from £15 per day for a child/concession to £30 for the VIP ticket. Tickets for both days will cost £25 for concession, £35 for adults and £50 for VIP.

More information and tickets for the event can be found on the organizers’ website by clicking here. Anyone wishing to perform at Crawley Pride, or those wishing to sponsor the celebration, can contact the organizers by emailing them or posting on their Facebook page.

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]]> Qatar faces new terrorism financing charges, embassy asks for more information Sat, 14 May 2022 05:08:00 +0000

Qatar, a key US ally in the Persian Gulf, is under scrutiny over its alleged financial ties to terrorism in a lawsuit brought by relatives of a slain US journalist and of a separate federal investigation into a member of the country’s royal family.

Steven Sotloff’s family claimed in a federal lawsuit on Friday that prominent Qatari institutions wired $800,000 to an Islamic State judge who ordered the murders of Sotloff and another American journalist, James Foley. Both men were beheaded in Syria in 2014, their killings filmed and published in gruesome propaganda videos.

We want to do everything we can to make sure no other family has to go through what we went through, the Sotloff family said in a statement explaining their lawsuit.

Separately, federal prosecutors have been investigating potential ties between the terror groups and Khalid bin Hamad Al-Thani, the half-brother of Qatar’s ruling emir, according to documents reviewed by The Associated Press and interviews with two people close to the investigation.

A grand jury investigation, conducted in the Southern District of New York, focused in part on whether Khalid Al Thani provided money and supplies to Al Nusra, the branch of al-Qaeda in Syria, the two people said. They spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the matter publicly.

Qatar has a strong relationship with the Biden administration. The world’s richest country per capita played a key role in evacuations from Afghanistan and its huge supplies of natural gas could help prop up European energy markets amid Russia’s war in Ukraine. Qatar could also play a vital role in President Joe Biden’s bid to revive a nuclear deal with Iran.

The Qatari embassy said it needed more information before it could comment on the reported investigation and did not immediately comment on the lawsuit.

Earlier this year, Biden named Qatar a major non-NATO ally, a move that could help in the country’s bid to win US approval for a sale worth more than $500 million. million worth of MQ-9 Reaper drones. Qatar is home to the largest US Air Force base in the Gulf.

Qatar is a good friend and a reliable partner, Biden said in January as he welcomed Qatar’s ruling emir, Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, to the White House.

But Qatar, which was one of the biggest international backers of the rebellion against Syrian President Bashar Assad, has long been criticized by some US officials for allowing or encouraging the funding of extremist groups in Syria, as well as for its support direct and indirect to the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas.

Qatar said it condemned terrorism, but officials also acknowledged that its efforts may have helped the wrong people.

Look, in Syria everyone made mistakes, including your country, said Hamad bin Jassim Al-Thani, Qatar’s former prime minister and foreign minister, in a 2017 interview with American journalist Charlie Rose. He added that Qatar had never intentionally funded extremist groups in Syria and had cut funding to any group it learned had another agenda.

Lawyers for the Sotloff family said in the lawsuit that Qatari officials either knew or recklessly ignored that the Islamic State terrorists they allegedly funded would target Americans for kidnapping, torture and murder.

Foreign countries and government officials generally cannot be sued in US courts. But the US counterterrorism law allows victims of terrorism to seek damages from private entities linked to governments. The defendants in the Sotloff trial, Qatar Charity and Qatar National Bank, allegedly knowingly facilitated the financing of terrorist groups.

Specifically, the lawsuit says the charity and bank provided $800,000 to Fadel al Salim, which he allegedly smuggled into Syria from Turkey and then used to train a brigade of Islamic State fighters. and become a sharia judge.

Sotloff’s complaint said al-Salim signed the verdict of legal retribution ordering the deaths of Foley and Sotloff and led a convoy that transported the couple from a prison in Raqqa, Syria, to the town where they were killed. been killed.

Representatives of Qatar Charity and Qatar National Bank did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Al Salim’s current whereabouts are unknown. But US prosecutors have made significant progress in separate criminal cases against two of the British Islamic State militants responsible for the murder of Sotloff and three other American captives.

Alexanda Kotey was recently sentenced in federal court in Alexandria, Virginia to life in prison. El Shafee Elsheikh, who was convicted in a jury trial last month, also faces life imprisonment when sentenced in August.

Kotey and Elsheikh were part of a cell of British militants known to their captors as the Beatles because of their accents. They were captured in Syria in 2018 and transferred to the United States in 2020 for criminal prosecution after Attorney General William Barr agreed to take the death penalty off the table.

Another activist, Mohammed Emwazi, known as Jihadi John, was killed in a US drone strike in 2015 and a fourth was arrested in Turkey.

Sotloff, Foley and Peter Kassig were beheaded as part of propaganda videos released by IS in 2014 while Kayla Mueller was tortured and raped by Islamic State leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi before being killed . The hostage-taking also resulted in the killing of British and Japanese captives, officials said.

We are forever shattered by the loss of our beloved son and set like people from a horror movie, mother Shirley Sotloff said during Kotey’s sentencing hearing.

The Sotloff lawsuit, filed in West Palm Beach, Fla., does not disclose how the information in the complaint was obtained. But it includes a high level of detail, such as a specific bank account number, passages from a handwritten statement acknowledging receipt of payments, and Islamic State court records.

The lawsuit also alleges that members of the Qatari royal family and government officials worked with the Muslim Brotherhood and Turkish intelligence services to fund extremist groups in Syria in an effort to undermine the Assad regime.

Similar allegations of prominent Qataris funding terror groups have been made in two ongoing lawsuits filed in London on behalf of Syrian refugees.

Ben Emmerson, a London-based lawyer representing the refugees, said there is clear evidence that US officials have chosen to turn a blind eye to Qatar’s terrorist financing in Syria because the US needs support. Qatar’s assistance in other areas.

This is realpolitik in action, he said.

One of the London lawsuits alleges that Qatar National Bank board members made hawala payments – an informal money transfer system – directly to Al Nusra, the branch of al-Qaeda. in Syria. These include transfers, according to the lawsuit, by the emir’s half-brother, Khalid Al Thani. He previously served on the board of Qatar National Bank.

It’s unclear whether those payments are part of the grand jury investigation involving Khalid Al-Thani, who is at least a year old. Prosecutors for the Southern District of New York declined to comment.

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*LATEST* Redfall – Release Date, Pre-Order Info, Gameplay & More Thu, 12 May 2022 12:29:41 +0000

In another big step for the company, Redfall is an exciting new project from Arkane. A cooperative multiplayer FPS, Left 4 Dead or Back 4 Blood players can enjoy it. Here’s what we know about it so far.

LAST – Delayed Redfall

Perhaps in order to temper expectations before the stream, Both Redfall and Starfield have been delayed until the first half of 2023.

Hopefully we will see some news about it soon.

Redfall release date

At the moment, we don’t have a release date set yet. Last year it was announced that it would arrive in the summer of 2022, but it has since been delayed. There’s a new Xbox and Bethesda showcase in June and, if we don’t see a Redfall release date then, we won’t see one for a little while.

If we see an official release date soon, we’ll update you here on all the news.

Redfall Pre-Order Details

The Bethesda site has a full page dedicated to Redfall but we don’t have any pre-order details yet. It seems likely that these will come with a release date announcement.

On the page, you can access an Arkane community and download an exclusive wallpaper for free. Along with that, you can download unique images, reviewing our four main characters as well as general atmospheric stills. You can access the site here.

Redfall Gameplay Details

Redfall is a cooperative FPS in which you play as one of four main characters. You are placed in the town of Redfall, Massachusetts which has been cut off from the rest of the world. In doing so, the vampires stalk the humans and a vicious cult mysteriously supports them. You and your buddies will be the last defense against their evil plans.

Although we’ve seen a trailer, we haven’t seen any official gameplay yet. It seems to be inspired by co-op shooters like Back 4 Blood and Left 4 Dead, but with a vampire twist. All main characters have special powers, functioning much like a hero shooter. You have to choose your character and drive a stake through your enemies.

Alexander McMillan: Police seek info and dash cam footage to find missing Kilsyth man Tue, 10 May 2022 16:09:43 +0000

Kilsyth Police are continuing their efforts to locate a man who disappeared two weeks ago.

Officers spoke to residents in a bid to locate Alexander McMillan, 46, who was last seen on CCTV at around midnight Monday April 25 to Tuesday April 26, on Manse Road, near Howe Road, Kilsyth.

A total of seven pedestrians and 11 drivers were arrested by officers in the city between 11:30 p.m. Monday and 1:30 a.m. Tuesday this week.

When Mr McMillan went missing he was wearing a navy hoodie, baseball cap, gray slacks or sweatpants and dark colored Adidas Gazelle trainers.

He was carrying two backpacks – one white and gray with a Timberland logo and the other with blue, white and gray stripes. He also carried a fishing rod in a carrying case.

In addition to speaking to those who may have seen him in the area when he was last seen, officers are also appealing to anyone who may have dash cam footage. of the region at that time for it to manifest itself.

Cumbernauld Police Station Inspector Susan Rae said: ‘Alexander’s family are extremely concerned for him. They want to make sure he is safe and healthy and urge him to get in touch if he sees this call.

“It’s now been two weeks since Alexander was last seen and it’s not like him not to be in contact with his friends or family during this time.

“Extensive searches and investigations are continuing in the Kilsyth area and I would like to thank the public for their support and assistance in our investigations.

“Anyone who believes they have seen Alexander or has dashcam footage of the area around Manse Road from when he was last seen is urged to contact police on 101 quoting reference 1579 of 27 April 2022.”

US State Department offers $10 million reward for information on Conti members Sun, 08 May 2022 13:54:47 +0000

The US State Department is offering $10 million for any information that identifies or locates people linked to the notorious Conti ransomware gang.

An additional $5 million reward is also offered for information leading to the arrest or conviction of a Conti member.

In a statement on Friday, State Department spokesman Ned Price said the group was behind hundreds of ransomware attacks over the past two years.

“The FBI estimates that as of January 2022, there have been over 1,000 victims of attacks associated with the Conti ransomware with victim payouts exceeding $150,000,000, making the Conti Ransomware variant the costliest ransomware strain never documented,” Price said.

The note also notes that the group recently claimed responsibility for a high-profile ransomware attack that targeted the government of Costa Rica during its transition to a new president. The attack crippled the country’s customs and tax platforms alongside several other government agencies. The attack even brought down the energy supplier of a town in Costa Rica.

Conti attacked Ireland’s Health Service Executive in May 2021, causing weeks of disruption to hospitals across the country. Ireland refused to pay the $20m ransom and now believe they could end up spending $100m to recover from the attack.

Irish Minister of State Ossian Smyth said it was “probably the most significant cybercrime attack on the Irish state”.

The group has also crippled dozens of hospitals in New Zealand and made it a point to go after US healthcare and first responder networks, including law enforcement, medical services emergency services, 9-1-1 dispatch centers and municipalities over the past year, according to the FBI.

The group has suffered several internal violations over the years, the most notable of which occurred in February after it was expressed public support for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

A few days after the message, the gang’s internal Jabber/XMPP server – which carried their private messaging channel – was hacked, and two years of the group’s chat logs appeared on a new Twitter account called @ContiLeaks.

The leaks revealed the inner workings of the group and illustrated how they chose their targets.

The embarrassment of leaks did little to slow the band down. On Wednesday, they added New York architecture firm EYP to its list of victims.

The State Department in November offered a $10 million reward for information that could lead to the identification and/or arrest of members of the Darkside ransomware group as well as the operators behind the REvil (Sodinokibi) group. .

Jonathan has worked around the world as a journalist since 2014. Before returning to New York, he worked for news outlets in South Africa, Jordan and Cambodia. He previously covered cybersecurity at ZDNet and TechRepublic.

The Patriot Cast Latest News Sat, 07 May 2022 08:00:22 +0000

This is the English actor Jason Isaacs (born June 6, 1963). The Patriot (2000), Black Hawk Down (2001), Lucius Malfoy (2002-2011) in the Harry Potter film series, Peter Pan (2003), Capt. Hook in The Lost Boys (2017), Marshal Georgy Zhukov (The Death of Stalin (2017)), and Vasili (Hotel Mumbai) are just a few of his notable film roles (2018). In addition to these films, he has also worked on Divorcing Jack (1998), Sweet November (2001), The Tuxedo (2001), Battle of the Brave (2004), Nine Lives (2005), Friends with Money (2006) and Good (2008). Green Zone (2010) and Abduction (2011) are two of his other notable films (2021).

Joely Richardson

Actress Joely Richardson was born Joely Kim Richardson on January 9, 1965. Julia McNamara on the FX series Nip/Tuck (2003–10) and Queen Catherine Parr on The Tudors (Showtime) are two of her best-known roles (2010 ) . Other films include 101 Dalmatians (1996), Event Horizon (1997), Return to Me (1999), Anonymous (2011), The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011), Endless Love (2014) and Red Sparrow (2015). in which she appeared (2018). Richardson recently appeared on the Starz series The Rook as a mutant with magical abilities and a British government agent (2019). Natasha Richardson, the late actress, is her older sister.

Chris Cooper

Christopher Walton Cooper was born on July 9, 1951 in New York, New York, and has been acting ever since. As a supporting actor, he appeared in a number of high-profile Hollywood productions, including American Beauty (1998), October Sky (1999), The Bourne Identity (2002), Seabiscuit (2003, “Capote”, “Syriana”, “The Kingdom” and “Where the Wild Things Are” (2009), “The Town”, “The Muppets”, “Cars 3”, “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” and “Little Women” (2019 (2019).

Lonesome Dove, a miniseries that became one of the most popular Westerns of all time, also featured him as Sheriff July Johnson.

Cheky Karyo

In addition to his work as an actor and singer, Tchéky Karyo (born October 4, 1953) is a French national of Turkish descent. In the 1980s, he began working as a character actor in films after beginning his stage career in classic and modern works. Many films by Hollywood and French directors feature him, including that of Luc Besson.

Tom Wilkinson

An English actor by the name of Thomas Geoffrey Wilkinson, OBE (born February 5, 1948) Among the many honors he has won throughout his career are the British Academy Film Award, Golden Globe and Primetime Emmy , and two Oscar nominations. In 1997 he received a British Academy Award for his supporting performance in The Full Monty. For his roles in In the Bedroom (2001) and Michael Clayton (2007), he was nominated for two Oscars (2007).

Benjamin Franklin’s role in the John Adams miniseries or movie won him both a Golden Globe and a Primetime Emmy Award in 2009.

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Donald Loge

An Irish-Canadian actor, producer and writer, Donald Francis Logue (born February 27, 1966), starred in the film The Tao of Steve and appeared on Sons of Anarchy, Vikings, Grounded for Life, Copper, Terriers and, more recently on Fox’s Gotham as Detective Harvey Bullock. Additionally, he appeared on NBC’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Lieutenant (later Captain) Declan Murphy.

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Parking control; deposit of garden debris; Information on the ballot; COVID-19 Cases – Coast Radio – Florence Oregon News Thu, 05 May 2022 16:10:22 +0000

Parking control

With parking soon becoming scarce in the Old Town, you may find overtime parking rules enforced. Code Enforcement Officer Dan Frazier of the City of Florence said that over the past 2 years there has been little focus on parking in the old town due to the pandemic and the difficulty that businesses even had to stay in business. Frazier said he didn’t want to add to the frustration the region was experiencing. With pandemic restrictions lifted and business back to normal, he says parking enforcement will also return to normal. The check will be random according to Frazier and can take place 5 days a week or 2 days a week. When the tires are marked, he says he is giving the time an extra 30 minutes, so there is no doubt that the vehicle has been parked too long. There will be fewer spaces available with restaurants taking advantage of cafe seating in front of their space.

Yard debris deposit

May’s Florence’s Yard Debris Collection event will take place a week earlier than usual. Generally, collection takes place on the third Saturday of most months. But, in May, it also coincides with the annual Rhododendron Festival. That’s why he will come on the second Saturday, May 14and. It will still only be $11 for a standard pickup load, a bit more for larger loads. And only organic matter is allowed. No rocks, dirt, litter or ‘out of yard’ debris, and your load should be secured and covered with a tarp. Follow signs for Highway 101 to the west end of 27and Street at the north end of the airport from 9 a.m. to 2 a.m. on Saturday May 14and.

Voting Information

You should have already received your main ballot in the mail. According to Lane County Clerk Cheryl Betschart, there are a few things to keep in mind when filling it out. Once you have marked your ballot and placed it in the secret and outer envelopes, you will need to sign it on the back or your ballot will be void. She says it’s also important to make sure you get it back on time. Election Day is May 17, and ballots must either be dropped off at one of 21 ballot boxes across Lane County, including Florence at the Justice Center, or mailed in so it can be stamped no later than May 17.and; no postage is required. Betschart says returning it as soon as possible helps ensure your vote is counted and makes the election process much more efficient. If you haven’t received a ballot and think you should, you can get voting information at

Covid-19 cases

Yesterday, 107 new cases of COVID-19 were reported for Lane County, but no new cases were added to the Florence area. The daily average for Lane County is 76. Hospitalizations are minimal with 12 people in Lane County hospitals. Statewide, 1,481 new cases have been reported and 181 people are hospitalized. In the most recent data, the positivity rate fell back below 10% to 9.7. the OHA reports that vaccination rates have plummeted, with percentages remaining stable for nearly 3 months, with 83% of residents having at least one shot and 45.2% fully vaccinated and boosted.

Deputy Brady is asking for a funding commitment for the reopening of the Citizens’ Information Office in the City of Wicklow Wed, 04 May 2022 01:00:00 +0000

SINN Féin TD John Brady has expressed frustration at the continued failure of Social Care Minister Heather Humphreys to make a firm commitment to provide funding to enable Citizens Information Service (CIS) offices to reopen at an appropriate venue in Wicklow town.

In March this year, the South Leinster CIS Board took the decision to close the office as part of its Covid response. Funding is needed to obtain another location.

“Since last year I have been trying to secure a commitment from Minister Heather Humphreys, who is responsible for the Citizens Information Commission which operates under her ministry, that they will honor an earlier commitment from provide the necessary funding to allow the CIS office in the City of Wicklow to reopen,” Deputy Brady said.

In the minister’s latest response, she says discussions are currently underway between her department and the Citizens Information Board (CIB) to complete the development of new premises for the town of Wicklow. The Minister also states that they hope to find funds under the current 2022 budget for the CIB.

The CIB had previously approved funding for the appointment of a project manager. He had also asked Wicklow Town CIS to submit planning permission to secure the new premises, which he did. Therefore, CIS submitted funding requests related to these developments in April and June 2021, and again in October. However, they were informed in a subsequent meeting with the CIB that funding would not be granted for the new premises.

Deputy Brady added: ‘The original CIS office in Wicklow was forced to close under HSE guidelines during the Covid-19 pandemic. But the reality is that the service has outgrown its previous location and needs to secure promised funding to allow it to move into its new offices and continue to provide a vital service to the people of Wicklow Town.

“It’s not just the CIS that is affected. The Arklow Monetary and Budgetary Service (MABS) was able to take advantage of the CIS office in the town of Wicklow to provide clinics for clients who were unable to travel to Arklow. The Bray Women’s Refuge will also benefit from the new CIS premises if and when funding is granted.

Deputy Brady stressed how vital the CIS office is to the town of Wicklow, as no other organization in the town provides similar services.

“It’s an important service for the local community and it needs resources. Our country, our county and our local communities are going through a very difficult time,” said MP Brady.

“With the rising cost of living, utility bills, rents and heating costs skyrocketing, ordinary people are under more and more pressure, and the work provided by the Citizen Information Service will become even more important as government mismanagement of the economy and contempt continues to bite.

“It is simply unacceptable for the Minister to say that ‘it is hoped’ that funds can be found. We need irrefutable guarantees that the government will allocate the necessary funds for the reopening of the CIS offices in their new location. »

**Update** Derby Barracks / Inquiry / Larceny Sat, 30 Apr 2022 14:23:00 +0000

VSP press release – Incident





CAS #: 22A5001561

RANK/TROOPER FULL NAME: Trooper Nathan Handy


CONTACT NUMBER: (802)334-8881

DATE/TIME: 04/25/2022 at approximately 1042 hours

LOCATION OF INCIDENT: 53 Laclair Lane in the town of Barton


VICTIM: Deborah Leach

AGE: 60 years old


ACCUSED: Damyon Norway

AGE: 30 years old



***Updated, 10:00 p.m. Saturday, April 30and2022***

On 4/27/2022, Vermont State Police received a report of an ATV matching the description of the stolen ATV from Leclair Lane in the town of Barton to an address on Haven Street in the town of East Haven. Through further investigation, probable cause was developed to believe that Damyon Norway was in possession of the stolen ATV. On 4/29/2022, a search warrant for the stolen ATV was requested and soon after granted by an honorable judge. Shortly after, soldiers arrived at the Haven Street residence and met the owner. The owner gave consent for the soldiers to search the property for the stolen ATV.

The ATV was located shortly thereafter and was eventually returned to its owner. Norway later met with soldiers about the incident and was later taken into custody for possession of stolen property. While processing Norway at Vermont State Police – Derby Barracks, probable cause was developed to believe that Norway had entered the ATV owner’s residence, while occupied, to steal the MTB. Norway was prosecuted for the offense listed above and released with a summons to appear in Orleans County Court – CRIMINAL CHAMBER.

***Initial release, 1:31 p.m. Monday, April 25and2022***

On the date and time listed above, troopers from the Vermont State Police – Derby Barracks were notified of the theft of an ATV from an address on Laclair Lane in the town of Barton. Investigation revealed that the stolen ATV was yellow, 2015, Can-Am Outlander 500. The owner of the ATV, Leach, advised that the vehicle was stolen from her garage in the early morning hours of 4/25. /2022. Anyone with information about the incident or the stolen ATV is asked to contact the Vermont State Police Derby Barracks at 802-334-8881.