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.
Hunter Davis, 19, Keene, NH
On February 17, 2021, while on patrol on Putney Road, officers of the Brattleboro Police Department observed a vehicle with three flat tires, traveling south in the north bound lane. The vehicle was observed passing other vehciles in the south bound lane and forcing the north bound traffic onto the shoulder of the road. Subsequent investigation revealed that Hunter Davis (19 of Keene) had fled from Chesterfield Police Department and cross the border of Chesterfield, New Hampshire into Brattleboro, Vermont. Davis then went off the road, crashed into road signs and flattened his tires before encountering the Brattleboro Police Department officers. Davis was later cited and charged with Negligent Operation. Davis will appear in Windham County Family Court on 03/04/2021 to answer to the charge.
Denise Martell, 54, of Brattleboro, VT
On 10/24/20 at approximately 1850 hrs Officers of the Brattleboro Police Department responded to a 2 car motor vehicle crash on Western Ave and the intersection of the I91N on ramp.
Investigation revealed that Denise Martelle, a 54 year old female from Brattleboro operating Nissan Maxima, rear ended a Subaru CrossTrek, which was operated by Amy Newton, a 43 year old female from Putney, VT.
Investigation also revealed that the crash was caused due to Martelle operating at a speed in excess of the speed limit, and operating her vehicle in a negligent manner. Martelle also attempted to leave the scene prior to police arriving.
Newton was treated by EMS on scene. Martelle was transported to the Brattleboro Police Department to assess her injuries.
Martelle was issued several VCVCs, along with a citation for Leaving the Scene of the Crash and Negligent Operation.
Martelle will appear at Windham County Superior Court on 12/1/20 to answer her charges.
Jonathan Hart, 24, of Dummerston, VT
On 8/18/20 Brattleboro Police received a call from a complainant stating that someone was following them in a motor vehicle. The complainant stated that the male, later identified as Jonathan F. Hart, a 24 year old male from Dummerston, had followed him from Hinsdale NH, and was now following them around Brattleboro, attempting to run them off the road.
Police made contact with all parties on Main St. Investigation revealed that Hart had a difference of opinion with the complainant prior to this incident. Hart then followed the vehicle in an aggressive manner throughout town.
Hart was issued a citation for Aggravated Disorderly Conduct, and Negligent Operation. Hart will appear at Windham County Superior Court on 9/29/20 to answer his charges.
Hart was also issued two Vermont Civil Violation Complaints (VCVCs).