Williamstown man arrested for threatening local healthcare staff

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BERLIN — A 64-year-old Williamstown man was arrested on March 14 for allegedly threatening and harassing staff at various healthcare facilities in Berlin.

Vermont State Police responded to reports of a dispute at Central Vermont Medical Center at approximately 10:54 a.m.

The investigation revealed that Ricky Towle had engaged in disorderly conduct and made criminal threats against the staff at the medical center.

Further inquiries found that Towle had also threatened staff members at North Countries Healthcare and Kinney Drugs via electronic means.

The incidents involved disorderly conduct by electronic means and criminal threatening.

Towle was taken into custody without incident and has been issued a citation to appear in Washington County Superior Court – Criminal Division on charges related to the disturbances.

The staff members at the affected facilities were not physically harmed during the incidents.

The Vermont State Police continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding these threats and Towle’s motives.

Towle is expected to face multiple charges for his actions.

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