RUTLAND — A Pittsford man faces charges of DUI and driving with a criminally suspended license following a confrontation in West Rutland on June 18, 2023.
Scott F. Lancour, 52, drew police attention after a West Rutland resident contacted authorities. The individual reported that an intoxicated Lancour had arrived at their home, unwanted.
While troopers from the Vermont State Police Barracks in Rutland were en route, they were informed that Lancour was legally required to have an interlock device in his vehicle due to previous DUI convictions, and that he was driving with a criminally suspended license.
Upon arrival at the West Rutland residence, troopers located Lancour in his vehicle, which was parked in the driveway.
They noted that the required interlock device was not installed in the vehicle. Troopers also observed signs of impairment when interacting with Lancour.
While Lancour declined to perform any field sobriety exercises, he provided a preliminary breath test.
Based on their observations and the test results, troopers arrested Lancour on charges of DUI and driving with a suspended license.
Lancour was transported to the State Police Barracks in Rutland, where he was subsequently issued a criminal citation.
He is due to appear in Rutland Superior Court – criminal division on July 3, 2023, to answer to the charges of DUI #4 and driving with a criminally suspended license.