South Burlington woman arrested for disorderly conduct on I-89

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WILLISTON — A South Burlington woman was arrested for disorderly conduct after obstructing traffic on Interstate 89, police said.

Troopers from the Williston Barracks responded to several 911 calls at around 2:48 p.m. on Dec. 26 about a woman walking in the breakdown lane near Exit 12 on I-89.

The woman, identified as 30-year-old Olivia Hines of South Burlington, was reportedly uncooperative when troopers attempted to escort her from the interstate.

According to the authorities, Hines walked into the left lane, disrupting the flow of traffic, and failed to comply with the troopers’ instructions.

She was subsequently arrested and taken to the Williston Barracks for processing.

After her arrest, Hines was released with a citation to appear at the Chittenden County Superior Court-Criminal Division to respond to the charge of disorderly conduct.

The court date has not been disclosed.

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