Castleton man arrested for driving with suspended license

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CASTLETON — A local man was arrested Tuesday after police discovered he was operating a motor vehicle on a lifetime suspension due to previous DUI convictions.

William P. Lowell, 56, was stopped by Fair Haven Police at 4 p.m. on Washington St. for having no front license plate.

During the stop, Cpl. Edward Hunter found that Lowell was under a criminal suspension and should not have been driving.

Lowell’s lifetime suspension stems from prior driving under the influence offenses.

Despite the prohibition, Lowell was behind the wheel, leading to his arrest.

He was taken into custody without incident and later released with a summons to appear in Rutland District Court at a future date to face charges related to driving with a suspended license.

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