Police: Man drove
80 mph in 50 zone
SALISBURY — A Wallingford man has been charged with a pair of criminal offenses after allegedly driving more than 30 mph over the speed limit on Route 7 in Salisbury.
Vermont State Police arrested Paul Burroughs, 46, after a motor vehicle stop along a section of Route 7 where the posted speed limit is 50 mph. Police said he was clocked driving more than 80 mph.
Four juveniles under the age of 18 were in the car, police said.
Burroughs was issued a citation to appear in Middlebury criminal court in March to answer misdemeanor charges of excessive speed and reckless endangerment, police saidMORE IN Local & StateFAIR HAVEN — Less then two weeks after being repointed, a stone pillar at the entranceway to... Full StoryAlmost two years ago, the city signed a contract to build an off-rail shelter to protect a... Full Story
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