Arraignments and pleas
Docket information is a matter of public record and is accessible by a public computer terminal at the Bennington Superior Court Criminal Division. The Vermont Department of Corrections also hosts an online "Offender Locator" which can be used to determine if a person is incarcerated in Vermont.
*Gabriel Otto, 40, of Manchester, pleaded not guilty to three counts of heroin sale and three counts of heroin possession. Otto was placed under $30,000 bail and is in custody at the Marble Valley Regional Correctional Center in Rutland. Should Otto post bail, Otto will be under a 24 curfew.
*Amber Blake, 30, of Manchester, pleaded not guilty to sale of cocaine, possession of cocaine, and two counts each of sale of heroin and possession of heroin. Blake was placed under $10,000 and is being lodged at the Chittenden Regional Correctional Facility in South Burlington. Should she post bail she will be under a 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew at her residence.
*Ryan McDermott, 27, of Londonderry, pleaded not guilty to sale of narcotics and possession of a regulated drug. He was placed under $15,000 bail and is being held at the Marble Valley Regional Correctional Facility in Rutland. Should he post bail he will be under a 24-hour curfew at his residence.
*Andrew Brainerd, 25, of Arlington, pleaded not guilty to sale and possession of hallucinogens, He must obey a midnight to 6 a.m. curfew at 95 West Road in Manchester Village.
*Steven Wall, 34, of Manchester Center, pleaded not guilty to sale and possession of heroin. He was placed under $2,500 bail and according to the offender locator was not in custody. He must obey a 24-hour curfew at 149 Blue Spruce Street in East Dorset.
*Amber Grover, 23, of Manchester, pleaded not guilty to three counts of narcotic sale and three counts of possession of narcotics. She was placed under $2,500 bail and posted it. She must obey a 24-hour curfew at 110 Homer Road in Manchester.
*Larry Clayton, 61, of Arlington, pleaded not guilty to three counts of selling cocaine, two counts of possession of cocaine, and two counts of permitting sale within a dwelling. He was released under the condition to obey a 24-hour curfew at 5545 Route 7A in Arlington. *Paula Hill, 26, of Arlington, pleaded not guilt to sale and possession of cocaine. She must obey a 24-hour curfew at 333 East Arlington Road in Arlington.
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