Lamoille County Sheriff's Department

  • Agency: Lamoille County Sheriff's Department
  • Address: 162 Commonwealth Ave, Hyde Park, 05655 VT
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Phone: 802-888-3502
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Lamoille County Sheriff's Department is located at 162 Commonwealth Ave, Hyde Park, 05655 VT. The Lamoille County Sheriff's Department phone number is 802-888-3502.

Lamoille County Sheriff's Department News

VTrans has reopened VT RT 108 through Smuggler's Notch.

Lamoille County Sheriff’s Department has taken possession of this piece of artwork that is believed to have been delivered to the wrong address in Johnson. We are looking for assistance in identifying the rightful owner. If you have any information please contact LCSD at 802-888-3502

***** ROAD CLOSURE ***** VT RT 108 through Smuggler's Notch has been closed by VTrans until further notice.

** NOTICE FROM MORRISVILLE WATER & LIGHT ** This is to advise customers of the Morrisville Water & Light Department that there is a telephone scam currently going on that advises customers that they are going to be disconnected for non-payment and how to make payment to avoid it. If you receive such a call, do not follow any of the instructions and report the call to us by calling 802-888-3348. Thank you.

******** PRESS RELEASE ******** On October 12, 2018, the Lamoille County Sheriff's Office received a press release from Attorney Ben Luna, in regard to his client, Ferron Wambold. She is a former employee of this Department. Attorney Luna's factual statements are incorrect and his legal conclusions are without merit. Sheriff Marcoux has the highest respect for the court process, and the Sheriff's Office will vigorously defend these false allegations through that process, should she ultimately file suit. Sheriff Roger Marcoux Jr.

*** SCHEDULED POWER OUTAGE *** The Morrisville Water & Light Dept. is notifying customers that there is a failing piece of equipment. Repair work is required on the system and an Emergency Scheduled Power Outage is planned for tonight from 11pm-1am. Morrisville Water & Light Emergency/Outage number is (802) 888-2162, don’t hesitate to call but wait times might be extended. We appreciate your understanding and patience. Morrisville Water & Light

***** UPDATE ***** UPDATE ***** UPDATE ***** UPDATE ***** SUBJECT HAS BEEN ARRESTED!

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VT RT 100C is back open!

Dear Mrs. Wollschlager, On behalf of the Lamoille County Sheriffs Department and Lamoille County Special Investigations Unit, I wish to thank you for the stuffed bears. The Bear Hug Patrol idea is fabulous. I delivered the 2 bins Ron had given me to the Special Investigations Unit which is charged with investigation of children who have had sexual violence perpetrated on them. When I spoke to Executive Director Tracy Patnoe regarding the need for toys, she immediately said that they had none and the bears would be most helpful in alleviating the stress the children were under. I am certain that you have worked many hours collecting these little guys and your work is very much appreciated. Also, I work closely and often with Ron and he's a real professional. We're lucky! Sincerest regards, Sheriff Roger M, Jr. Bear Hug Patrol A Lamoille County community program to offer comfort. In August 2018, the Lamoille County Sheriff's Department received a donation from Donna Wollschlager of Bristol, CT, via her son, Ron Rodjenski, the Hyde Park Town Administrator. Ron delivered two bins of small plush bears from his mom's collection that she felt could serve to brighten the day for kids in need of a hug and a smile that she knew her bears would provide. Sheriff Roger Marcoux saw an immediate need for the bears. The bears will provide a way to help children in stressful situations as well as offering local law enforcement and emergency responders a way to reach out to the community. Patrol deputies and other emergency responders will have access to the bears, and other stuffed animals, to immediately help ease the pain and fear of children in traumatizing situations. The program would also be open to adults experiencing challenges to brighten their day too! The Town of Hyde Park and Lamoille County Sheriff's Department accept donations of new stuffed animals (12" or shorter) in their original packaging or unused condition at each facilities' reception areas.

PRESS RELEASE: On August 30th, 2018 a retail theft was reported from Johnson Hardware & Rental. Lamoille County Sheriff's Dept. is looking for assistance identifying the male suspect seen in the photo. The white car pictured is the vehicle the suspect left the business in. Any information please contact the Lamoille County Sheriff's Dept. Deputy Lucas Marcoux 802-888-3502.

PRESS RELEASE 08-20-2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE HYDE PARK SELECTBOARD Town of Hyde Park Road Closures Battle Row Road, between VT100 and Marcoux Road will be closed to traffic for two weeks beginning Tuesday, August 21st. The road will be closed for culvert replacements each morning at approximately 8:00 a.m. and re-open to normal traffic each evening beginning at 6:00 p.m. No closure will occur on weekends. Alternate routes are Cricket Hill Road and Grimes Road. Questions may be directed to the Town Administrator at 888-2300.

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LAMOILLE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT PRESS RELEASE Investigating Officer: J. Harris Date: July 26, 2018 Time: 0705 Involvements: (Under "How Involved" column indicate: Suspect, Victim, Operator, etc.) Name of Person Age Residence How Involved Location of Call: River Valley Store-4495 VT RT-100C, Johnson, VT, 05656 Vehicles Involved (if applicable) Make Model Year Color Toyota Matrix Unknown Black Other Law Enforcement Agencies & Officers Involved: Deputy Hughes-LCSD, Detective Kirkpatrick-LCSD, Officer Luneau-MPD Narrative: On the above date and time, the Lamoille County Sheriff’s Department, assisted by the Morristown Police Department, responded to 4495 VT RT-100C in Johnson for a report of an armed robbery that had just occurred. Deputies arrived and spoke with the store owner, who described the subject as a white male, being 16-20 years of age, approximately 5’10”-6’0” tall with brown hair. The male was wearing a black hooded zip-up sweatshirt, with white trim around the pockets, grey cargo pants, a dark colored baseball cap, black gloves, and a grey bandana covering his face. The male entered the store, brandishing a machete and demanded money. As the store owner called 911 the male fled the store without taking any money. The male fled in a newer model, black, Toyota Matrix hatchback with no license plates and a roof rack.

On July 9th 2018, The Lamoille County Sheriff's Department received a report from the Town of Johnson, reporting that the "Welcome to Johnson" sign, located just west of Johnson Village on VT RT-15, had been stolen sometime between Sunday night on July 8th, and Monday morning on July 9th. The Sheriff's Department is looking for assistance in locating the sign. Please contact Corporal Nathan Wolfe at the Sheriff's Department with any information.

Stowe Police Department Press Release 07/05/18 At approximately 1215 hours, Stowe Police, Stowe Fire and Stowe EMS were notified of a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Vermont Route 100 and Randolph Rd in Stowe. Stowe Police Department is currently on scene and investigating this accident which is a double fatal and involving a Commercial Vehicle. Vermont Route 100 from Stagecoach Road in Stowe to Golf Course Road in Morrisville is currently closed and will be for approximately 3 hours. Department of Motor Vehicles and Vermont State Police Crash Reconstruction Team are on scene and assisting with the investigation. Please seek alternate routes until further notice. There are no further details at this time. Chief Donald Hull Stowe Police Department 350 South Main St Stowe, VT 05672 802-253-7126

** UPDATE ** VT RT 100 in Stowe has been reopened to the flow of traffic. ** ROAD CLOSURE ** Due to a Motor vehicle crash, VT RT 100 in Stowe is currently closed from Stagecoach Rd to Golf Course Rd in Morrisville and will be for an extended period of time. Please seek alternate Route

We had a blast watching the Morrisville fireworks. We hope you guys had a safe and enjoyable 4th of July.

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K9 Photo Matching Contest!!!

you are invited: save the date JUNE 4, 5:00-8:00pm at the Yellow House , Hyde Park!! food, music, raffle and face painting :) We gather in gratitude for the huge effort of our community in making the warming shelter possible this winter. We did it! The interfaith community joining with the Lamoille Sheriff's Department provided 626 bed nights, hundreds of evening and morning meals, and a safe , warm, and secure shelter environment. This was all thanks to our tireless volunteers! Come celebrate their hard work, hear inspiring speeches, listen to music, eat complimentary food, and bring in the summer with community. Come purchase raffle tickets and win some great prizes to benefit the warming shelter. Shelter volunteers, guests, and community members: ALL ARE INVITED! Rain or shine. More details to come! this party is for you!! and everyone from our Yellow House Community!! many thanks, jacquie mauer Vermont Sunshine

From May 13-20 is National Police Week. In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation which designated May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as Police Week. The week is designated to honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.

***** UPDATE ***** As of 120pm VT RT 100C has been reopened How about that wind!?! Thanks to the wind blowing trees down all over the place, we have a road closure to announce. ***** Road Closure ****** VT Rt 100C is closed from VT RT 100 and Ober Hill due to a broken power pole. We’re not sure when it’ll be reopened, but we’ll update as soon as we know.