Police news in brief
Two-car crash results in minor injuries
DORSET — A Manchester woman suffered minor injuries Friday afternoon in a head-on collision on Tennis Way, Vermont State Police said. Police said Olivia Thompson was driving south on Tennis Way in her 1993 Saab 900 when Marvin Parker, also of Manchester, began making a left turn into the parking lot of GWC Auto Repair. Parker, driving a 2015 GMC Sierra pickup truck, had failed to see Thompson's 1993 Saab 900, police said. The crash occurred around 4:30 p.m. The Sierra could be driven from the scene, but the Saab, which had sustained significant front-end damage, was no longer drivable. It was removed by Paul's Towing of Manchester. Both drivers were wearing safety belts.
Man arrested for violating conditions
MANCHESTER — Vermont State Police cited a Peru man for violating his conditions of release.
State Police said troopers conducted a conditions check in Manchester on Thomas Cronin, 69, with the assistance of the Manchester Police Department at 10:45 p.m. on Jan. 1, according to a State Police news release.
Police said Cronin is supposed to observe a court-ordered 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew at the Manchester address as part of his conditions of release related to an aggravated domestic assault charge in July.
Troopers learned Cronin had not been staying at the curfew address for some time.
He was cited to appear in the Bennington County Superior Court, Criminal Division to answer to the charge, according to police.
Police arrest Arlington man on warrant
SUNDERLAND — Vermont State Police arrested an Arlington man and charged him after they said he was driving with a criminally suspended driving license. He also had an active arrest warrant, police said. According to a State Police news release, Bradley Corliss, 33, was seen driving a vehicle on North Road in Sunderland just before 4:30 p.m. Jan. 2.
Police attempted to locate Corliss but were unsuccessful. The next day they found him at his residence in Arlington and took him into custody. Corliss was lodged in the Marble Valley Regional Correctional
Facility in Rutland.
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