Man faces fourth DWI chargeJuly 01,2013Man faces fourth
LONDONDERRY — A local man is facing his fourth drunken driving charge following a traffic stop Thursday night.
Shortly before 8 p.m., police stopped Raymond W. White Jr., 28, of Londonderry, for what police called “numerous motor vehicle infractions” as White drove along Route 11.
When police spoke with White, he allegedly gave police a false name.
Police charged White with drunken driving, fourth offense, as well as a charge of providing false information to a police officer. He is scheduled to answer those charges Aug. 13 in Brattleboro criminal court.MORE IN This Just InVermont author and activist Bill McKibben and fellow organizers of Sunday’s People’s Climate... Full StoryVermont’s official state bird, the hermit thrush, was selected in 1941 for its flute-like song. Full Story
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