Police say teen
caught after escape
PUTNEY — An escaped prisoner was located Friday at her boyfriend’s home, according to Vermont State Police.
Delaney Alyn Ping Medvigy, 19, was arrested on Stockwell Drive in Putney, police said. She faces a felony charge of escape from custody.
Medvigy was taken to Springfield prison and held for lack of $5,000 bail, according to State Trooper Travis Valcourt. She will be arraigned Jan. 22 at criminal court in Brattleboro.
Police did not say how she allegedly escaped, or why she was in the custody of the Department of Corrections.MORE IN Local & StateCASTLETON — A bit of excitement has arrived on Lake Bomoseen, according to a Lake Bomoseen... Full StoryA look at the week back and the week ahead. Full Story
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