NEWPORT — Chief Travis Bingham and the Newport Police Department are seeking the public’s assistance in locating an armed robbery suspect. On Sunday, Jan. 16, at 9:34 p.m., Newport Police responded to Maplefields, located on Main Street in Newport for a report of a robbery. Upon arrival, an employee of the store informed police that […]
BENNINGTON, VERMONT — Chief Tim Page, President of The Vermont Association of Chiefs of Police wishes to provide the following statement following the conviction of Derek Chauvin for killing George Floyd:
NEWPORT — Police Chief Travis Bingham reports that the Newport Police Department responded to a fatal fire late Friday. On Dec. 25 at 9:13 p.m. Newport Police and Fire responded to 58 Pleasant St. in Newport for a reported structure fire. The first arriving police officers found heavy flames coming from the second floor. The […]
NEWPORT — Chief Travis Bingham reports that the Newport Police Department is investigating an early morning armed robbery. On Sunday, Dec, 20 at 4:12 a.m., an employee of the Cumberland Farms convenience store on East Main Street reported they had been robbed. The clerk reported that a male suspect had entered the store and displayed […]
NEWPORT, VERMONT — Chief Travis R. Bingham reports that the Newport Police Department is actively investigating a robbery that took place last night.
NEWPORT, Vermont— Chief Seth C. DiSanto is pleased to announce that Officer Josh Lillis and K-9 Ozzy of the Newport Police Department were recently recognized as the 2019 K-9 Tracking Team of the Year.
NEWPORT, Vermont— Chief Seth C. DiSanto reports that the Newport Police Department has charged a man with DUI after locating his vehicle stopped facing the wrong direction on I-91 yesterday.
NEWPORT, Vermont — Lt. Travis Bingham reports that the Newport Police Department arrested a woman Monday night following a break-in.
NEWPORT, Vermont — Police Chief Seth C. DiSanto reports that a man has been arrested and charged after an alleged attack near a foot bridge in the city.
NEWPORT, Vermont — Officer Joshua Lillis and K-9 Ozzy may be familiar faces among Newport locals, but the duo also made their debut as characters in a crime novel published earlier this spring.