Aug. 24 at 8 p.m., police responded to a vandalism complaint at the Woodbury Post Office. Police said someone emptied the contents of the recycling bins on the floor and spread miscellaneous mailing and shipping supplies onto the floor of the lobby. Police believe the incident occurred between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m., after the completion of Woodbury Old Home Days. Anyone with information is asked to call the State Police Middlesex Barracks at 229-9191.
Aug. 26 at 3:15 p.m., police charged Alan Lakin Jr., 46, of Moretown with excessive speed and negligent operation after allegedly clocking Lakin’s motorcycle at 110 mph on Interstate 89 between the Barre and Montpelier exits.
Aug. 25 at 10:25 p.m., police charged Adam Gagner, 38, of Eden with driving under the influence of alcohol. Police said Gagner totaled his 2013 Toyota Tundra when he struck a guardrail on Route 15 in Jefferson near the roundabout.
Aug. 30 at 11:50 p.m., after a traffic stop for an alleged traffic violation on River Road in Waterbury, police charged Frederick Bethel, 42, of Waterbury with driving under the influence of drugs.
Aug. 31 at 9:15 a.m., police charged Matthew Hayes, 19, of Waterbury with petty larceny, possession of stolen property and operating without owner’s consent. Police said Hayes stole a mini-bike from his father and rode it to Village Market in Waterbury, where he attempted to sell it.
Aug. 31 at 10:49 p.m., after receiving a complaint that a driver had backed a vehicle into a house on East Wind Drive in Waterbury, police charged Karl C. Preus, 71, of Waterbury with driving under the influence.
Sept. 1 at 11:13 p.m., after a vehicle stop on Route 100 in Morrisville for an alleged equipment violation, police charged Emily W. Lang, 26, of Morrisville of driving under the influence, second offense.
Sept. 2 at 8:21 p.m., after receiving a complaint of a slow-moving vehicle on Interstate 89 in Waterbury, police charged Mako W. Johnson, 41, of Shelburne with unlawful mischief and DUI No. 2.
Note: Charges filed by police are subject to review by prosecutors and can be amended or dropped. This includes reports from the two Vermont State Police troopers assigned to Waterbury, as well as other local incidents.