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Domestic Drones On Law Enforcement's Radar
Tuesday, 08/21/12
By Bob Kinzel
Public Safety Commissioner Keith Flynn says the state has no immediate plans to use domestic drones for law enforcement purposes and Flynn says the Shumlin Administration will implement a comprehensive public vetting process if it decides to use this new technology.
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Middlebury Commemorates Addison County Sheriff
Thursday, 04/26/12
Middlebury is remembering and honoring longtime Addison County Sheriff Jim Coons who died last week.
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Police Continue Investigation Of 'Occupy' Shooting Death
Wednesday, 11/16/11
By Ross Sneyd
Burlington police are still completing their investigation of the shooting death last week at the Occupy Burlington encampment. Josh Pfenning died in a tent at City Hall Park last week. Police Chief Michael Schirling says his department is waiting for final reports.
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In Vermont, 'Occupy' Protests And Enforcement Echo National Movement
Wednesday, 11/16/11
By Mitch Wertlieb
"Occupy Wall Street" protesters at City hall Park in Burlington say they will continue their demonstrations against income inequality in America, but they have not returned their encampments to City Hall Park since police evacuated the area.
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Fear For Vt. Teenager Missing Since Flood
Thursday, 09/22/11
Family and friends of a Vermont teenager not seen since just before Tropical Storm Irene struck the state say they fear the worst.
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One Dead, One Hurt In Morrisville Fire That Displaces 30
Monday, 09/19/11
Vermont fire officials say one person is dead and another injured after a fire that displaced 30 people from a Morrisville apartment building.
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Life After 9/11: Changes On The Border
Tuesday, 09/06/11
By Charlotte Albright
People who live along our border with Canada are among those whose daily lives have been affected by increased security in the post 9/11 era. The first story in our series Life After 9/11 looks at how visiting our ‘neighbors to the north' has changed in the past decade. 
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Police Identify Brattleboro Bicyclist
Tuesday, 09/06/11
Police say a 52-year-old Brattleboro man has been identified as the person who died after riding his bicycle into a brook-going off a section of road washed out by flooding from Tropical Storm Irene.
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Constable Pleads Guilty In Road Rage Incident
Thursday, 08/18/11
A former Vermont town constable has apologized for a drunken road rage incident in which he backed his car into another, chased another vehicle and attacked the driver of the second one.
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Husband To Succeed Former Vt. Sheriff
Monday, 08/08/11
Deputy Grand Isle County Sheriff Ray Allen has been chosen to succeed his wife as sheriff. The county Democratic party made the announcement on Monday.
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Vermont Sheriffs Under Increasing Stress
Monday, 08/01/11
By Kirk Carapezza
As cities and towns look for ways to cut spending to the bone, the head of the Vermont Sheriff's Association says he and his colleagues are under an unprecedented amount of stress because they're losing contracts that keep their operations vital.
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Franklin County Sheriff Sues St. Albans
Tuesday, 05/31/11
By Kirk Carapezza
While a handful of towns in Vermont are considering creating a joint police force to cut costs, a similar arrangement in Franklin County has led to a legal challenge that's headed to the state's highest court.
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Windsor Towns Consider Shared Police Force
Monday, 05/23/11
By Susan Keese
A group of Southern Windsor County towns is looking into the possibility of a shared, regional police force. Officials say the policing needs of Vermont towns are changing.
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