Nov. 15 at 1:35 a.m., police charged Joan Whiting, 58, of West Topsham with driving under the influence on Interstate 89 in Waterbury. Police said Whiting was driving about 30 mph in a 65-mph zone and failed to stay in her lane.

Joseph Worrall, 39, of Waterbury was charged with driving under the influence Nov. 14 at about 10:30 p.m. on Route 100 in Waterbury Center.

Oct. 3, police charged Alexia Voitle, 23, of Bradford, with disturbing the peace by use of electronic communication. Police allege Voitle used Facebook to make malicious statements about a Fayston resident who was paralyzed after a car crash.

Oct. 13, at 5:33 a.m., police charged Shannon Gelsinon, 45, of Montpelier with negligent driving on Route 100 in Duxbury.

Two state highway workers were injured less than seven hours apart last week.

A local man is facing up to 25 years in prison on charges he beat a 10-month-old girl and sent her to the hospital.

Oct. 30, at 10:55 p.m. police charged Cassiah M. Morrissette, 35, of Belmont, N.H., with driving under the influence, first offense, and providing false information to police. Police stopped Morrissette for driving erratically on Route 100.

Oct. 23, police charged Matthew Abair, 38, of Waterbury with home improvement fraud. On Feb. 14, police received a complaint about Green Stripes Landscaping, which Abair owns. After an investigation, police charged Abair, who’s due in Washington County Superior Court on Nov. 8.

The man who burned down a 19th-century brick building on Waterbury-Stowe Road last year has been sentenced to five years in prison.

Oct. 2 at 3:25 p.m., police charged Crystal G. Porter, 45, of Cambridge with violating conditions of release from an earlier case. Police allege Porter was harassing a person in Jericho. It is unclear what underlying charge Porter faces that led to her having conditions of release in the fir…

Oct. 10, police charged Brock Lucenti, 42, with voyeurism and possession of child pornography. Police allege Lucenti used secret video recording devices disguised as everyday items, such as a wristwatch and a key fob, to record at least two separate people in a private residence where they h…

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