• Police: Charges mount for driver
    September 24,2013
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    CLARENDON — Police charged a local man with driving with a suspended license as he was on his was to court to answer the same charge.

    Monday morning, police pulled over Nathan M. Sheldon, 25, on East Clarendon Road. According to police, Sheldon was on his way to Rutland criminal court for an arraignment on an earlier charge of driving with a suspended license.

    According to police, Sheldon’s license has been suspended since his DUI conviction in 2007.
    Police again cited Sheldon for driving with a suspended license.
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