Police: Speed leads to chargeNovember 29,2013Police: Speed
leads to charge
WEATHERSFIELD — A White River Junction woman is facing charges after allegedly driving too fast during a storm Wednesday night.
Vermont State Police Trooper Timothy Gould said 19-year-old Makenzie Baker was driving “at a high rate of speed during inclement weather and poor road conditions” when he pulled her over as she drove south on Interstate 91.
Baker was taken to the Springfield Police Department where she was charged with negligent operation of a vehicle. She was released with a citation to appear Jan. 21 in White River Junction criminal court.
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