Man arrested for doing burnouts, throwing trash in Westmore

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WESTMORE — A 47-year-old man from Morgan was arrested following an incident in Westmore yesterday.

Authorities say they were notified that a man was being threatening in nature, believed to be impaired, and driving recklessly about and doing burnouts in the South Beach area of Lake Willoughby at around 8:30 p.m.

Police say they located the truck and initiated a traffic stop.

The truck failed to stop and continued traveling north on Vermont Route 5A.

Police say a pursuit was not initiated, however, the truck was seen driving in a negligent manner and throwing trash out the window.

A second state police unit parked near Hudson Road deployed spikes as the truck continued north on 5A, deflating the truck’s tires.

The truck shortly after came to a stop and the driver was taken into custody without further incident.

The driver was identified as Stephan Tremblay, 47, of Morgan.

Once in custody, it was found that Tremblay had active court-ordered conditions of release which required him to abide by a curfew in which he was in violation of.

He was transported to the Derby barracks for processing and later held by the court on $200 bail and conditions of release.

Anyone who may have witnessed Tremblay in the area of South Beach or at White Caps Campground yesterday is being asked to contact the Vermont State Police.

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