Fugitive From Justice Arrested in Springfield VT
A Bronx NY man was found to be a fugitive from justice after VT State Police stopped him for a minor vehicle violation. Police say they stopped Aldrain Ashby 30 of Bronx, NY on I-91 in Springfield just after 11:30 pm on Tuesday. Troopers learned Ashby had two active arrest warrants for his arrest. One warrant was from the VT Parole Board and the other, an extraditable warrant from New York City NY. Ashby is being held without bail at the Southern State Correctional Facility.
Springfield VT Man Arrested on Multiple Charges
Springfield VT police arrested Paul Ingalls Jr. 36 of Springfield for burglary, receiving stolen property and false information to a law enforcement officer. Police say their investigation revealed that Paul Ingalls Jr. is alleged to have broken into a Springfield residence and taken a numerous tools and electronics. The items were sold them to several second hand stores in two states. In addition, police seized Ingalls vehicle and recovered alleged stolen property. Ingalls was issued a citation to appear in Windsor County Superior Court Criminal Division on July 28 to answer to the charges
Canaan Police Investigate Accident
Canaan Police Department is investigating an accident and is asking the public’s help. Just before 3 am on Tuesday, Canaan Police and Fire Department responded to a vehicle crash on Rte 4 in downtown Canaan. Police say a vehicle struck a utility pole causing it to snap off into the travel lanes and then fled the scene. The crash is under investigation and anyone with information is urged to contact the Canaan Police Department at (603) 523-7400
Help With Common Wildlife Problems
NH Fish and Game announced on Tuesday that help for common wildlife issues is now a mouse click away. A new user-friendly website to assist people with wildlife damage issues is now available at http://www.wildlifehelp.org. The site presents numerous common wildlife problems and widely accepted solutions. The site walks you through several ways to select information about a wildlife conflict, depending on whether or not you can identify the animal and what type of situation you are encountering. If you need the professional services of a Nuisance Wildlife Control Operator, a partial listing of local professionals is included on the website. “We’re hopeful that this website will provide viewers with helpful ideas and the knowledge to solve a multitude of common wildlife damage issues, without necessarily requiring that they call us first,” said Rob Calvert, Animal Damage Specialist for N.H. Fish and Game and USDA Wildlife Services.