JERICHO — A 22-year-old man from Barre Town was arrested following an incident in Jericho early this morning.
Authorities say they were notified of a vehicle traveling on I-89 north operating erratically at around 1:00 a.m.
Police say the vehicle exited the interstate at exit 11.
Troopers from the Williston barracks located the vehicle traveling on Vermont Route 117 at the intersection of Skunk Hollow Road and conducted a motor vehicle stop.
The driver of the vehicle provided a false name to deflect the investigation and was eventually identified as Hunter Tabor.
While speaking with Tabor, police say they detected several indicators of impairment.
Tabor was found to be operating a motor vehicle with a criminally suspended license.
Police say Tabor’s license was restricted to only operating vehicles that are equipped with an ignition interlock device.
Tabor’s vehicle was not equipped with such device.
He was arrested for the suspicion of DUI and transported to the Williston barracks for processing.
At the conclusion of processing, he was released with a citation to appear in court on September 12 to answer to the charge of DUI #2, operating with a criminally suspended license, and having an ignition interlock device required.