Man charged in school bus theftMay 20,2013NEWPORT — Vermont police say a 22-year-old Newport man is in jail on charges of stealing a school bus and two other vehicles.
Adam Page is charged with three counts of operating without owners consent, leaving the scene of an accident, driving on a criminally suspended license and burglary.
State police said Page allegedly stole a 2014 model bus Friday night belonging Newport City Elementary School and drove to a 19-year-old woman’s home in the nearby town of Morgan, where he broke in and stole her dog.
Police said after crashing the bus, he’s accused of then attempting to steal pickup truck from a home without success before successfully stealing another truck in Morgan.
Page was arrested Saturday and is behind held on $7,500 bail. The dog was unharmed.MORE IN This Just InBy Erin Mansfield Full StoryTODAY'S WEATHER MINUTE: America's first gay president, John Updike, Shakespeare's birthday and day of his demise, Chico Marx meets Tallulah and men score poorly at sounding attractive. 0Rutland Herald content editor Rich Alcott shares local weather information and easily digestible... Full StoryBENNINGTON — Vermont State Police are investigating a shooting in the lobby of the... Full Story
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