• Vermont State Police arrest Corinth man in Bradford supermarket
    November 29,2012
     

    BRADFORD — Vermont State Police took into custody a man with several outstanding warrants for his arrest after he allegedly acted disorderly in a supermarket.

    Derek Dube, 35, of Corinth, refused to leave the Hannaford Supermarket in Bradford. Employees called state police who arrested Dube after a records check listed the warrants.

    Dube is being held on $10,000 bail and is scheduled to appear in Orange County criminal court on Nov. 27 to answer the warrants.

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