Worcester man charged with providing false information after Moretown crash

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MORETOWN — A two-vehicle collision on US RT 2 near Soapstone Rd led to charges against a Worcester man for providing false information and driving with a criminally suspended license, authorities said.

At 8:30 p.m. on Dec. 22, Vermont State Troopers responded to the crash scene where a 2008 Jeep Compass, driven by 21-year-old Brian Fuller of Waterbury, collided with a 2021 Chevrolet Silverado operated by 45-year-old Bradley Sargent of Worcester.

According to the investigation, Fuller turned left out of a driveway onto US RT 2 and failed to yield to oncoming traffic, causing the crash with Sargent’s eastbound vehicle.

During the investigation, Sargent falsely claimed that the passenger, not he, had been driving.

The passenger, 41-year-old Bobbie Beauregard, and two juvenile passengers, ages 5 and 10, suffered minor injuries and were transported to Central Vermont Medical Center.

Fuller was unharmed in the incident.

Sargent, who was also wearing a seat belt and was uninjured, has been cited to appear in Washington County Superior Court-Criminal Division.

The crash resulted in damage to the driver’s side of the Jeep and the front end of the Chevrolet.

The weather was clear, and road conditions were dry at the time of the accident.

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