June 27, police charged Kristy Many, 27, of Hardwick with aggravated assault. According to police, Many is charged with assaulting a person on Main Street in Whiting Feb. 19 at 11:09 p.m., causing serious injury. Many had a knife at the time, police said. She’s due in Addison County Superior Court Sept. 16.
June 27 at 12:19 a.m., after a car went off Lower Pleasant Valley Road in Cambridge, police charged Christopher Seagroves, 28, of West Berkshire with drunken driving, second offense, and resisting arrest. Seagroves is also charged with of cruelty to a child because he allegedly had a child in the vehicle.
June 27 at 8:23 a.m., police charged Aaron Travis, 33, of Warren with driving under the influence of drugs. Police said they saw Travis fail to stay his lane while driving north on Waterbury-Stowe Road in Waterbury.
June 27 at 8:44 a.m., police said Christopher Woodard, 47, of Duxbury intentionally blocked River Road in Duxbury to block the travel of a person who Woodard claimed had written him a bad check and owed him money. Woodard is charged with disorderly conduct; he’s due in Washington County Superior Court Aug. 15.
June 28 at 5:53 p.m., after stopping to check on a disabled vehicle on Interstate 89 south in Williston, police charged Bryan Rowell, 57, of Bolton with driving after criminal license suspension.
June 28 at 7:51 p.m., after receiving a report of a vehicle off of Hinesburg Road in Charlotte, police charged Zancy VonHooks, 59, of Jeffersonville, with driving under the influence, first offense. VonHooks told police she had gone off the road to avoid hitting a deer. Police said she showed signs of impairment, and discovered she had also been texting. She was wearing her seatbelt, and the weather was clear and the road was dry, according to police. There were no reported injuries, and minor damage reported to her vehicle. She was issued a civil citation for texting while driving, according to police, and is due in Chittenden Criminal Court July 18.
Note: Charges filed by police are subject to review by prosecutors and can be amended or dropped.