Recent activity of note by the Springfield Police Department.
William Simonds, Age 25, of Chester, was arrested for DUI Tuesday evening after he lost control of his vehicle on Rt 106 in North Springfield and collided with a telephone pole guide wire. Simonds, who was wearing a seatbelt at the time of the impact, did not sustain any injury. He was transported to the PD where he was processed and released on a citation to appear in Windsor Superior Court, Criminal Division at a later date.
On February 6, 2012 Lawrence Neilsen was taken into custody after turning himself in at the Charlestown, New Hampshire Police Department and through the continued large scale multi-agency cooperative efforts several area crimes were addressed with Neilsen reference his involvement in them. Neilsen was found to be associated and involved with number of burglaries in Springfield and the other surrounding areas. Neilsen a resident of New Hampshire was subsequently cited to appear in Windsor County Superior Court, Criminal Division at a later time to answer to the charge of Aiding in the Commission of a Felony
Kristi Rumrill, Age 19, of Westminster escaped serious injury Monday afternoon when she lost control of the vehicle she was operating, a 2002 Honda and collided with ledges alongside Missing Link Road causing the vehicle to rollover. Springfield PD, with assistance from VSP Rockingham, and Springfield EMS responded to the scene. Rumrill was transported to Springfield Hospital for further medical evaluation. Rumrill was wearing her seatbelt at the time of the crash and speed was not a factor.
39 Year Old Michael Gerow of North Springfield was arrested and charged with Domestic Assault and Interference with Access to Emergency Services following a request for officer and medical assistance to respond to the scene of a domestic at 10:30 last evening. Gerow was taken into custody without incident and transported to the PD for processing. He was released on a citation to appear in court today to answer to the above charges.
Source: Springfield Vermont Police Department
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