Thetford Man Arrested for Sexual Abuse of a Vulnerable Adult
A Thetford VT man was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly having sex with a female nursing home resident. Hartford Police received a report on Monday evening that an employee at Valley Terrace in Hartford caught a male employee having sex with an 83 year old patient with dementia. On Tuesday the Vermont State Police arrested 23-year -old Michael Patton. Patton is lodged at the Southern State Correctional Facility for lack of $10,000 bail and will appear in Windsor Criminal Court today to answer the charge of Sexual Abuse of a Vulnerable Adult. The victim was treated and released from a local hospital the night of the incident.

Vermont Ranks #1 For Children’s Healthcare
Vermont ranks #1 for children’s healthcare, NH is #5 and Nevada is last. That is according to an analysis by WalletHub.
To identify the best and worst states for children’s healthcare, WalletHub analysts compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia on 28 metrics from the following three dimensions: kid’s health and access to healthcare; kids’ nutrition, physical activity and obesity; and kids’ oral health. Each metric was graded on a 100-point scale, with 100 representing the best healthcare for children.
Here are the 10 best states for children’s healthcare, based on the analysis.
1. Vermont — score of 72.15 out of 100
2. Massachusetts — 64.13
3. Connecticut — 61.71
4. Iowa — 61.68
5. New Hampshire — 61.68
6. Hawaii — 59.68
7. Rhode Island — 58.8
8. Delaware — 58.34
9. District of Columbia — 58
10. Minnesota — 57.93

Governor Sununu Warns of Deadly Drug on NH Streets
Governor Chris Sununu issued a warning yesterday to NH residents about a deadly drug now on NH streets. Sununu announced that the deaths of two Manchester men and a Meredith man from carfentanil was confirmed by the NH Medical Examiner and state forensic lab
Carfentanil is indistinguishable from heroin and fentanyl, and some forms can be absorbed through the skin, according to the Drug Enforcement Agency.
The opioid is a 100 times more potent than Fentanyl and 10,000 times stronger than morphine. It is used commercially as an anesthetic and sedative for large animals such as elephants. The drug is also cheap to acquire. Using Narcon successfully on someone who has overdosed from carfentanil is unlikely. The amount of Nacone needed to combat a carfentanil overdose would far exceed the available dosage available in current kits.

Family Rescued From Lake Sunapee
A man and two children were rescued from Lake Sunapee on Monday afternoon after their canoe toppled. Sunapee Polices say they received a call from a Bloggets Landing resident of an overturned canoe and hearing sounds of children crying.
Two police officers and a member of Sunapee Fire Department responded to the area Great Island with the police patrol boat. The crew found the overturned canoe and three people in the water. After stabilizing the canoe, the 43-year-old male and two children ages 5 and 8 were taken from the water and transported to Burkehaven Harbor where they were treated for hypothermia by members of the New London Ambulance service.
All three rescued are a family from the Andover area and all were wearing floatation devices.
Police Chief David Cahill credited the quick response, dedication and team work of the Sunapee Police, New London Police, Sunapee Fire Department and New London Ambulance Service as the key to the successful rescue.

Springfield VT Man Arrested for Petit Larceny
A Springfield VT man was arrested for allegedly taking $40.00 from a co-worker’s wallet. Police say the female victim came into the police station to report that someone took the money on Friday while she worked at McDonald’s. Police screened video from a security camera that had captured the event.
Joseph L. Robinson 34 was arrested on Saturday when he arrived to work at McDonalds. Robinson was issued a citation and will appear in Windsor Criminal Court on June 13 to answer the allegation of Petit Larceny.