• Police: driver had suspended license
     | January 23,2014

    RANDOLPH Vermont State police say a Randolph man was cited for driving with a suspended license.

    Derek Noble, 31, was driving on Interstate 89 in Randolph on Tuesday when he was pulled over by state police for erratic operation. After an investigation, state police say it was discovered Noble has a criminally suspended license.

    He is scheduled to appear in Orange County criminal court on Feb. 26 to answer the charge.

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