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Video: Man, Two Vermont Troopers Shot

A Leicester, Vt., man faces four counts of attempted murder after shooting a neighbor and two state troopers early Sunday.

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Gun Range Bars Vermont Cops

A Vermont gun range has moved to prohibit the Burlington Police Department from training at its facilities after the City Council voted to advance a measure banning semi-automatic rifles and large-capacity magazines.

Court: Vt. Cruiser Crusher Mentally Incompetent

The Vermont man who used his father's tractor to crush seven police vehicles has been found mentally incompetent and will receive treatment rather than face criminal charges.

Vt. Police Fleet Destroyed In Fire

The Norwich (Vt.) Police Department's fleet of three cruisers was destroyed when a fire engulfed the vehicles on Thanksgiving Day.

Vt. Cruiser Crusher Free On Bail

The Vermont man who gained notoriety for using his father's tractor to crush seven police cars is a free man this Friday morning. Roger Pion left the Northern State Correctional Facility, after supporters helped raised his $50,000 bail amount.

Vermont Cruiser Crusher Pleads Not Guilty

The Vermont farmer accused of flattening seven Orleans County Sheriff's cruiser in a tractor rampage pleaded not guilty to the charges on Tuesday and remains in custody with a $50,000 bail.

Angry Vt. Farmer Charged with Driving Tractor Over 7 Sheriff's Vehicles

A farmer who was arrested last month expressed his displeasure Thursday afternoon in Newport, Vt., by driving a heavy tractor over seven police vehicles owned by the Orleans County Sheriff’s Department, authorities said.

Vt. Trooper Resigns, Denies OT Fraud

A Vermont trooper has resigned and will face charges that he padded his time sheets. Sgt. Jim Deeghan, a 22-year veteran of the Vermont State Police, has pleaded not guilty to two charges of false swearing.

Online Campaign Vows To Keep Vt. Pig Decals

Remember the pig hidden within the decal on the doors of some Vermont State Police cruisers? There's now a movement under way to keep it there.

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Inmate Adds Pig Image To Vermont Police Cruiser Decals

State officials Thursday pointed to the failure of the quality assurance office within the Vermont Correctional Industries Print Shop in St. Albans to detect a prisoner-artist's addition made four years ago to the traditional state police logo. A spot on the shoulder of the cow in the state emblem was modified into a pig.