June 30 at 1:09 a.m., Brandon Locke, 22, of Craftsbury was stopped in Lyndon for a motor-vehicle violation, and police allege he was driving drunk. He was due in Caledonia County Superior Court July 15 on a charge of driving under the influence.
July 3 at 1:35 p.m., Louis R. Marsh Jr., 46, of Eden Mills was stopped on Interstate 89 in Bethel for failing to yield to an emergency vehicle. After checking his documents, police charged him with driving after his license had been criminally suspended. He’s due in Windsor County Superior Court Aug. 27.
July 4 at 8:20 a.m., police were called to Carrie Lane in Waterbury, where they found Thomas Savard Jr., 34, of Essex Junction. Police allege his presence there violated his conditions of release in an earlier case. He was held for lack of $2,500 bail, awaiting a court appearance the next day.
July 6 at 1:45 a.m., Joshua Pellerin, 34, of Waterbury was charged with driving under the influence No. 3, a felony. Pellerin was in his vehicle in the parking lot of the Hope Davey Recreational Fields off Loomis Hill Road in Waterbury. He’s due in Washington Superior Court July 25. After booking, he was taken to The Lighthouse in Berlin and released to the custody of Washington County Mental Health to detox. Police obtained a search warrant for his vehicle, and allege they found several Adderall pills for which Pellerin had no valid prescription. Pellerin was additionally charged with possession of stimulants.
July 4 at 11:15 p.m. and July 6 at 6 p.m., Earl Baumgardner, 62, of Waterbury, two counts of violating conditions of release from a previous case. On July 4, state police said they were on routine patrol in Waterbury when they saw Baumgardner standing in the middle of Route 2, talking with a passing driver. He’d been drinking, police said, violating his conditions of release. He was booked at the Middlesex barracks and taken to a detox facility for the remainder of the evening. Two days later, police said they found Baumgardner walking along Route 2, and again he had been drinking. He’ll answer the charges in Washington County Superior Court next month.
Note: Charges filed by police are subject to review 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.