• Four drivers cited on DUI in Montpelier
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    MONTPELIER — Three people were cited for driving while intoxicated Saturday and one Friday, Montpelier police said.

    At 11:20 p.m. Saturday on Berlin Street, John F. Haynes, 45, of Middlesex, was stopped for speeding. According to police, a sobriety test determined he was above the blood alcohol limit for driving. He is to appear in Washington County criminal court Dec. 20.

    Victor A. Cousino, 49, of Bristol, registered a blood alcohol content of 0.181 after his vehicle almost crashed into the guardrails and he was seen driving erratically around 5:40 p.m. Saturday on State Street, according to police. He is to appear in Washington County criminal court Dec. 20.

    Emmalee J. Shover, 22, of Mitchell, Ind., was stopped around 12:50 a.m. Saturday on Main Street because the headlights of her vehicle were off, police said. According to authorities, a sobriety test determined she was above the blood alcohol limit. She is to appear in Washington County criminal court Dec. 27.

    Samich L. Boyd, 25, of Montpelier, registered a blood-alcohol content of 0.171 after being stopped around 11:45 p.m. Friday on Memorial Drive, according to police. He is to answer the charge in Washington County criminal court Dec. 27.

    In other police news:

    Joshua N. Brackett, of Waitsfield, was cited Thursday on charges of disorderly conduct, aggravated assault of a police officer and resisting arrest after an altercation with a Berlin police officer at the Berlin McDonald’s, police said.

    His sister, Morgan E. Brackett, of Waitsfield, was cited a day later on a charge of impeding a police officer in the same incident, police said.

    The incident arose due to a disagreement over a previous girlfriend, police said.

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