• Trooper: Man drove drunk to meet with me
    October 07,2012
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    Police: Man drove

    drunk to meeting

    BENNINGTON ó A Bennington man allegedly drove drunk to meet a Vermont State Police trooper about a property dispute.

    Trooper Lauren Ronan said she met with David Hunt, 45, on Friday night in the parking lot of Mount Anthony Union Middle School in Bennington. The meeting was about a property dispute on Lake Paran Road in Shaftsbury.

    Hunt showed signs of impairment as he sat in his vehicle, the trooper said. After an evaluation, Hunt was cited to Bennington criminal court on Oct. 22 to face a charge of driving under the influence, Ronan said.
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