Domestic Assault, Reckless Endangerment, Interference with Access to Emergency Services, Unlawful Mischief
Weis, Mirela F., 21, Brattleboro, VT
On May 13, 2019 officers from the Brattleboro Police Department were dispatched to a dispute that was occurring on Black Mountain Rd. Investigation revealed that Mirela Weis, 21, of Brattleboro had assaulted the victim whom she was in a relationship with by biting the victim several times, hitting the victim and pulling the victim’s hair. No significant injuries were reported. Weis further prevented the victim from calling for help by destroying the victim’s cell phone. It was further learned that Weis had grabbed the steering wheel of the vehicle she was riding in and shut the vehicle off, both while the vehicle was in motion. Weis was arrested and transported to the Brattleboro Police Department where she was processed and released on conditions and ordered to appear at the Vermont Superior Court – Windham Criminal Division on May 14, 2019.
Kayla Boyd, 23, of Brattleboro, VT
On 04/28/2019 Brattleboro Police arrested Kayla A. Boyd for a separate offense and was in the process of transporting Boyd to Brattleboro Memorial Hospital. While en route, Boyd kicked out a back window of the police cruiser.
Boyd was issued a citation to appear in court on 06/04/2019.
Patricia Williams, 54, of Brattleboro, VT
On 03/16/19, the Brattleboro Police Department responded to the Whetstone Walkway for a report of a female that had spray painted areas of the walkway. Upon arrival, it was discovered that Patricia Williams, 54, of Brattleboro, had spray painted benches, light poles, fence posts, an electrical box and trash cans. She was located and issued a citation to appear at Windham County Superior Court, Criminal Division on 04/30/19 to answer to this charge.
Elizabeth MacFarland, 38, of Brattleboro, VT
On December 21 2018 officers of the Brattleboro Police Department responded to a business on Elliot St. for a report of an out of control customer. Upon arrival officers met Elizabeth MacFarland, the customer in question. MacFarland refused to leave when instructed, and was physically resistant with officers when placed under arrest. MacFarland was transported to the department where she was lodged until sober, and then released with a citation. MacFarland will appear in Windham County Superior Court: Criminal Division on December 24 to face the charges.
Denny Bills, 55, of Brattleboro, VT
On 12/17/18 Brattleboro Police responded to a establishment on Putney Rd for a trespassing complaint. Management stated that Denny Bills, a 55 year old male from Brattleboro was violating policy, as well as being verbally aggressive towards other patrons.
Brattleboro Police arrived, and issued Bills a No Trespass Order. Bills refused to leave the property, even after multiple attempts by officers to have Bills leave on his own accord.
Bills was eventually placed under arrest for Unlawful Trespass. Bills was transported to the Brattleboro Police Department, where he was issued a citation for unlawful trespass, and released. Bills will appear at Windham County Superior Court on 1/22/18 to answer his charge.
Walter White, 24, of Brattleboro, VT
On 09/06/18, the Brattleboro Police Department took a report of a vehicle that had driven away with a parking boot on it. It was discovered that the vehicle belonged to Walter I. White, of Brattleboro. The vehicle was located and White was charged with Unlawful Mischief for the damage to the boot. He will appear at Windham County Superior Court, Criminal Division, on 10/16/18.
Quadir Murray, 38, of Brattleboro, VT
On 07/10/18 at approximately 4:00 p.m. the Brattleboro Police responded to a local business on Canal Street for a report of a theft. Upon investigation, it was determined that Quadir N. Murray, 38, of Brattleboro removed items from a business without paying for them. During the process of leaving the store, Murray screamed and yelled at various employee’s and shoppers of the store. Further investigation determined Murray was previously trespassed from the buisness. Murray was later issued a ciation for disorderly conduct, unlawful trespass, and retail theft. Murray will appear in Windham Superior Court on 08/28/18 to face the charges.
McQueen, Christopher. C. 49 Year Old Male from Pennsylvania.
In the evening hours of 4/25/18 Brattleboro Police responded to an establishment on Gibson Rd for a report of a male who had possibly overdosed, was intoxicated, and acting belligerently towards people. Upon arrival Officers located the male, identified as Christopher McQueen, a 49 year old male from PA. While attempting to convince McQueen to go to the hospital peacefully, McQueen shoved a member of the Brattleboro Police Fire Department. At this point McQueen was placed into protective custody and transported to the hospital for evaluation. Investigation lead Officers to determine that prior to their arrival, McQueen had acted in an innapropriate sexual manner towards another female.
At the hospital McQueen was disruptive, and acted in a disorderly manner for several hours. McQueen also caused damage to hospital property. Once medically cleared, McQueen was transported to the Brattleboro Police Department. There he was eventually released on a citation and conditions of release. McQueen will appear in court on 5/29/18 to answer his charges.
Caslin Jr, Mark, J. 29 of Brattleboro
On 04/06/18 Brattleboro Police responded to the Brattleboro Memorial Hospital for a report of Mark J. Caslin Jr causing a disturbance inside the waiting room. Upon arrival, it was determined that Caslin had threatened multiple staff members and caused a disturbance inside the emergency room with other patients present. Caslin also broke a glass window for a door while inside the emergency room. Caslin was placed under arrest, and transported to the Brattleboro Police Department where he was processed and held in lieu of $1,000 bail. Caslin was issued Conditions of Release and a citation to appear in court on Monday, 04/09/2018, at 1230pm to answer the charges.
Vinson, Charles, J. 66 of Brattleboro
On 04/05/2018 Brattleboro Police responded to a residence on Reservoir Road for a late reported assault. After investigation it was determined that Charles J. Vinson assaulted his ex-wife, causing her pain and breaking her glasses. There were no serious injuries. Vinson was placed under arrest and transported to the Brattleboro Police Department for processing. Vinson was issued Conditions of Release and a citation to appear in court today, 04/06/2018, to answer the charge.