Devon Wayans, 30, of CT
On 8/23/21 at approximately 1700 hrs Brattleboro Police responded to the intersection of Estey St. and Organ St. for a report of an assault.
Police contacted and interviewed the victim as to what had transpired. The victim stated that she had been assaulted by her boyfriend, and that the male had stolen her phone.
Police continued to speak with the victim, who recalled previous events of domestic abuse.
The male, identified as Devon Wayans, was later located and placed under arrest. The male was transported to the Brattleboro Police Department, where he was lodged and held without bail.
Wayans will appear at Windham County Superior Court on 8/24/21 at 1230 to answer to the following charges:
1st Degree Aggravated Domestic Assault (X3)
Interference with Access to Emergency Services.
Larceny from a Person.
Nicholas Lapedota, 40, of Brattleboro, VT
On 07/06/21, Brattleboro Police responded to a business on Old Ferry Road to investigate a theft that occurred overnight. Numerous tools were stolen from vehicles, with a total value of over $1100.00. Following an investigation into the incident, Nicholas Lapedota was cited for the offense of Grand Larceny. Chelsie Ouellette was also issued a citation for Aiding in the Commission of a Felony. Both were ordered to appear in Windham Superior Court on 09/21/21.
Jason King, 48, of Bellows Falls, VT
On 04/28/21 at approximately 2:40pm, Brattleboro Police received a report of a male subject attempting to cut a catalytic converter from a vehicle in the parking lot to a business on Western Avenue. A description was provided of the suspect and his vehicle. Officers attempted to stop the operator on Interstate 91, however he fled into New Hampshire. Officers discontinued pursuit of the vehicle, but in searching the area were able to locate the operator in Chesterfield.
The operator, identified as Jason D. King was taken into custody by Chesterfield Police for an unrelated arrest warrant. King was cited for the following offenses by the BPD; Attempted Grand Larceny, Unlawful Mischief, Attempting to Elude an Officer, and Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle. He was ordered to appear in Windham County Superior Court on 06/15/21.
Buck Mitchell, 28, of Brattleboro, VT
On 9/19/20 at approximately 10:57 hours Brattleboro Police Dispatch received a theft from a motor vehicle complaint. The complainant reported her vehicle had been gone through overnight.
Officers spoke with the victim who reported the suspect was clearly visible on her home security system. The complainant provided the security video and a list of the items that were taken from her car. The value of the items exceeded $3000. The suspect in the security video was identified as Buck Mitchell of Brattleboro.
Mitchell has current conditions of release. One of his conditions is a curfew from 7 PM until 5 AM. The video shows the time of the theft to be almost 1 AM.
Mitchell was later located and issued a citation to appear at the Windham Superior Court, Criminal Division on 11/3/2020.