Waterbury man cited in two vehicle thefts, crashes
DUXBURY — A Waterbury man is accused of stealing two vehicles and crashing them Sunday.
Vermont State Police say Jonathan Whalley, 40, stole the truck of an acquaintance, Michael Wheaton, 51, of Duxbury, and crashed it on Camels Hump Road in Duxbury. Whalley fled and was not immediately found.
Later that evening, state police say, Berlin police were trying to pull over a vehicle on Route 302 when the driver, who turned out to be Whalley, crashed it and tried to run away.
The second vehicle belonged to Robert Austin, 74, of Duxbury, who lives on Camels Hump Road and had not realized the vehicle was taken until contacted by law enforcement.
Whalley was cited to appear in Washington County criminal court Nov. 7 to face charges.MORE IN This Just InPEARL HARBOR, Hawaii — About 2,500 people gathered at Pearl Harbor on Saturday to remember those... Full Story
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