Woman faces criminal charges for driving with suspended license in St. Albans

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ST. ALBANS — A Highgate resident is facing criminal charges for driving with a suspended license.

According to Vermont State Police, Bobbie Provost, 48, was pulled over on Route 105 by Swanton Road in St. Albans on Tuesday evening.

Provost’s license was found to be criminally suspended in the state of Vermont due to prior DUI convictions.

She was also in violation of conditions of release for operating a motor vehicle, which were set by Judge Maley on Sept. 27, 2022.

Provost was released on a citation to appear in Franklin County Superior Court.

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