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Page &--JOURNAL OPINION--November 12, 2014 LI Justin Klarich BRADFORD---Justin Alan Klarich died ~eacefully on Nov. 3, 2014 after a long attic with cancer. He was 41. Justin grew up in Vershire and was a resident of Bradford. Justin was beloved son of Mark Klarich and the late Ochazania Klarich. Surviving him are his sisters Lisette, Laura, Lila, Lynn, Suzanne, and Morgan and his brother Brandon. Justin was a loving and devoted father to sons Jacob, Zachary, and Max and his daughter Dahlia. He had been husband to Heather Van Ames Klarieh and was a father figure to Jonah Van Ames. He was uncle to 10 nieces and nephews. ORANGE COUNTY SUPEFIIOFI COURT-CRIMINAL DIVISION HAVERHILL POLICE DEPARTMENT CHELSEA--The following cases were heard before Judge William J. Donahue of the Orange County Superior Court-Criminal Division on Oct. 29 in Chelsea. All HAVERHILL--The Haverhill Police Department was dispatched to Wal-Mart for defendants were released on conditions unless otherwise noted, attempted theft of over $1,000 in merchandise. A manager confronted a suspect who fled on foot. Investigation continues. Arraignments *** Todd Swasey, 18, of South Royalton failed to appear for an arraignment for a Police responded to a report of a suicidal individual threatening to jump from the felony of aggravated vehicle operation without owner consent on Sept. 17. The old railroad bridge in Woodsville. The officer convinced the person of concern to arresting agency was the Randolph Police Department. Bail was set at $2,500. come off the bridge. Following a lengthy conversation, the subject agreed to be * ** y a family member. Haverhill Police followed to ensure Dolores H. HaRley, 47, of West Topsham pleaded innocent to careless or transportedtothehospitalb,. negligent vehicle operation and leaving the scene of a crash with property damage everyone's safety. *** on Aug. 27. The arresting agency was Ve.rmont State Police in Royalton. Haverhill Police responded to a call fi'om Cottage Hospital stating that a male Francisco A. Rivera, 37, of Bradford pleaded innocent to driving under the subject came into the hospital, made a suicidal statement, and then left without being influence (DUI) on Oct. 12. The arresting agency was VSP in Bradford. seen by medical personnel. Police checked his residence and were informed that the person of concern had come and gone and there was a firearm missing. The subj ect Senteneings Michael E. Howe, 42, of South Royalton admitted violation of probation as returned home and officers spoke with him about his suicidal feelings. After some filed on Sept. 15. The probation stemmed from a conviction for disorderly conduct time he agreedto go to the hospital with a family member. Police followedto ensure (fight) on Oct. 13, 2013. The charge was amended from domestic assault. Howe's a safe arrival. *** sentence (to serve 45 to 60) was all suspended; conditions include orders to complete Police were called to a Woodsville residence for a report of a runaway teen. The anger management and substance abuse counseling; restriction ofassociates; possible teen was located and transported home~. curfew and electronic monitoring. Howe was also ordered not to harass, abuse, Justin was a dedicated member of the Bradford community and passionate nor cause to be harassed or abused, his victim. The Haverhill Police Department took a report of a stolen game camera from a about the town planning commission, *** which he chaired for many years. He was Jesse Boardman, 24, of Tunbridge pleaded guilty to eluding law enforcement North Haverhill residence. *** a widely respected tax professional, and officer (amended from a felony of eluding a law enforcement officer with negligent built a successful practice in town, operation), and two counts of possession of less than 100 doses of depressant, PoliceweredispatchedtoaNorthHaverhillresidence for a report ofan out of control juvenile. New Hampshire Fish and Game assisted. The juvenile, wielding a stimulant, or narcotic on Nov. 4, 2013. The arresting agency was VSP in Bradford. large stick or pole, continually threatened !o assault a parent as well as police and employeddreds oflocalthreeindividualsPe°ple'andservedbusinesses,hun- Frances Hyde Boardman was sentenced to serve 12 to 18 months all suspended and $345 in was eventually handcuffed forhis and other s safety. His Juvenile Probation Officer and provided pro bonD services for 1924 - 2014 surcharges. Conditions include: restriction of associates, curfew, restrictions on obtained a Court Order for temporary placement. many non-profits. He previously owned BRADFORD--Frances Putnam Hyde driving, completionofsubstanceabuseco.unseling. *** Mr. Puttz, aminiature golf business, as of Bradford died Nov. 6, 2014 at Aparentbroughther childtothe Haverhill Police Department asking to have the well as established and played in several Cottage Hospital in Woodsville follow- Nelson Bates, 49, of Fairies admitted violation of probation as filed on Oct. teen arrested and placed outside of the home for striking a sibling. Following an competitive pool teams, ing a short illness. 17. The probation stemmed from conviction for domestic assault on May 5, 2013. Justin loved attendinghis children's She was born Sept. 9, 1924 at home A second count was dismissed by the state. Bates's sentence was all suspended; interview withbothparties, thematter was referred to theNewHampshireDivision basketball games, riding his motorcycle on the family farm in Bethel, VT, the conditions include counseling and treatment, restriction of associates, curfew, of Children, Youth, and Families. *** with family and friends, and playing a daughter of Frank and Jessie Archibald approved residence; and orders not to harass, abuse, nor cause to be harassed or On Nov. 2, New Hampshire State Police arrested Dalton Harrington, 22, of Pumam. *** Groton, on Haverhill Police Department warrants for theft and prohibited sales; good game ofgol, f_. abused, any of his victims, nor to initiate nor maintain contact with them. It was Justin s wish that there be a Fran was the first of four girls. She memorial service/party to celebrate his attended the local grade school and Mark Mainville, 55, of Vershire pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of a crash alcoholic beverages. *** life. It was held Nov. 10 at the Bradford graduated from Whitcomb High School with property damage and vehicle operation with suspended license on Sept. 3. Police took a report of burglary from a Woodsville residence.Cash was taken. Academy in Bradford. Burial will be in 1942. After graduating from high The arresting agency was the Randolph Police Department. Mainville was sentenced *** private and held at a later date. . school, sheworked for a time in a local topay $1,0841" 'nfines and surcharges. On Nov. 3, Officer Collins arrested Marisa Levesque, 31, of Groton, on a The Hale Funeral Home and store and then went to work in the local Charges dismissed Haverhill Police Department warrant for theft. Levesque was released on $500 On Oct. 24, a charge of simple assault (mutual affray) on March 10 was dismissed personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to appear in the 2"d Circuit Court- Cremation Care of Bradford was in bank for a couple of years, against Dane Deberville, 31, of Washin~on. charge of arrangements. To view an Having an interest in writing, she HaverhillDistrictonJan.5. *** online guestbook, visit applied to Boston University and was On Oct. 24, a charge ofsimple assault (mutual affray) on March 12 was dismissed www.halefunerallaomes.com, accepted with a small scholarship. On Nov. 3, Officer Collins arrested Kayla Cabey, 22, of Wells River, on a Working in the college dining room against Jeremy R. Hedges, 35, of Williamstown. Haverhill Police Department warrant for theft. Levesque was released on $500 during the school year and working personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to appear in the 2"d Circuit Court- summers at ajob in Maine, shewasable ORANGE COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT-CRIMINAL DIVISION to complete her college education. Fran graduated from the College of Journal- CHELSEA--The following cases were heard before Judge Michael C. Pratt of the ism in 1949. Orange County Superior Court-Criminal Division on Nov. 5 in Chelsea. All Following graduation, Fran worked defendants were released on conditions unless otherwise noted. at the Randolph Herald for several Arraignments years. John Drysdale, the publisher of the On Nov. 3, Brandin C. Durkee, 26, of White River Junction pleaded innocent Haverhill District on Jan. 5. *** The Haverhill Police Department took a report of tools valued at $1,500 taken from a parked truck at a Woodsville residence. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 787-2222 or policetips@havehill-nh.com. Police are investigating a complaint of stolen prescription medication from a Randolph Herald, also owned the before Judge Karen R Carroll to felony aggravated domestic assault in the first North Haverhillresidence. Bradford Journal Opinion paper at that degree and interference with access to emergency services on Nov. 2 and vehicle *** time, and when the news editor left to operation with suspended license (five ormore offenses) on Aug. 27. The arresting Haverhill Police investigated an untimely death in Woodsville. Nothing work fora daily paper, he offered Fran agencies were Vermont State Police in Royalton and the Randolph Police suspicious was found. *** Department. Durkee was held at Southern State Correctional Facility in Springfield the job. She accepted and moved to on $5,000 bail. Conditions of release include 24 hour curfew and orders not to Bradford. Police were dispatched to Woodsville for a person in distress. The person of Fran was active in her local church harassorhavecontactwithhisallegedvictimnorenteruponcertainlandorpremises concemtoldtheofficerandambulancepersonnelthatshewantedtokillherself, then and a Girl Scout troop leader. She was a in Braintree. *** attempted to harm herself. The person of concern was transported to Cottage longtime member of the Eastern Star starting in 1949 in Chelsea. Scott J. McGrath, 38, of Shelburne pleaded innocent to driving under the Hospital forevaluation. *** Robert Duxbury In 1962, Fran left herjob with the influence on Sept. 29. The arresting agencywas Vermont State Police in Middlesex. HaverhillPolicerespondedtoacomplaintofcriminaltrespassinNorthHaverhill. Bradford paper and married Arthur NEWBURY--Robert Duxbury, of H~cde, alocalfarmerandlongtimefamily NathanW.Felch,25,ofOrangepleadedinnocenttoDUI, second offense (test Both parties were interviewed and peac.ewas restored. Newbury, passed away onNov. 4, 2014 friend. She continued writing a column refusal) on Oct. 17. The arresting agency was VSP in Middlesex. Police were calledto aneighbor disput.ein Woodsville. The matter was resolved. at his home after a long illness, for the paper for a number of years. *** Born 77 years agoin Providence, RI, Fran quickly became a "farmer' s Emily Miller, 23, of Bradford pleaded innocent to DUI on Oct. 19. The arresting The Haverhill Police Department is investigating a case of theft by deception in he served in the U. S. Air Force during wife." She could often be seen drivingthe agency was VSP in Bradford. Woodsville. the Korean and Viet Nam Wars. farm truck, hauling grass or corn with the * ** *** He loved flying and studying law family dog sitting beside her. She wouldChristian E. Thompson, 21, of Stockbridge failed to appear for an arraignment The Haverhill Police Department assisted New Hampshire State Police and whichresultedinobtainingacommercial perform most any task around the farm for simple assault on Sept. 28. The arresting agency was the Randolph Police Franconia Police Department to locate a wanted subject resident of Mountain pilot's license and a Juris Doctor degree, other than milking cows. Department. Bail was set at $750. Lakes. State Police arrested Kelvin Ramos, 25, of Mountain Lakes on a charge of Robert moved from California to ArthurandFrantraveledextensively *** Vermont in1990, and designed and built throughouttheUnitedStates, campingin DonovanWood, 18,ofRandolphpleadedinnocenttodomesticassaultonOct. burglary. *** his home. For a few years, he served on every state except Hawaii. In later years, 9. The arresting agency was the Randolph Police Department. Conditions of release Responding to a motor vehicle complaint in North Haverhill, police recognized the Newbury Board of Listers. after retiring from farming, they contin- include orders not to harass or have contact with his alleged victim, the vehicle description from an earlier endangered missing person alert by Wilmont, • ** NH Police Department. Officers assisted the operator and stayed with him until a Heissurvivedbyhiswife, Linda;and ued traveling, expanding their travels stepSol% T0dd Hall ~Terri). throughout the w0rld ~: Douglas Bedell, 52, of Williamstown pleaded innocent to disturbing peace by *** 'Aihis req~est,~ there will be no l~ra-n is su~vlve~l-by son B~r°uc~eHyde telephone (threatening harm) on Sept. 18. The arr'esting agency was VSP in familymemberarrivedtotransporthim home: .................. services, and wife EareD of Bradford dau~,hter Middlesex. Bedell was ordered not to harass or have contact with his alleged victim The Haverhill Police Department also responded to the following: 9-1-1 hang- S allyAnn C arson and husban~t Ken%eth nor enter upon the land or premises. *** up calls, alarm activations, shots fired, welfare checks, citizen assists, department ofMosheim, TN, and daughterRebecca assist (Woodsville Ambulance, Lisbon PD), requests to file a report (no other Gardner of Conway, NH; a sister,DavidE.Lapham,30,ofWellsRiverpleadedinnocenttoDUI, second offense, action), harassment complaints, criminal threatening complaints, juvenile FALL ANTIQUES MARKET Margaret Wesley and husband John of onSept. 1.ThearrestingagencywasVSPinBradford. He was released on $1,000 complaints, lostpropertyfoundandretumed, lost property--not found, suspicious ORFORD-On Nov. 16 from 9 a.m. to 3 Middlebury; a sister, Loraine Putnam of bail; conditions included an order not to operate a motor vehicle between 9 p.m. and activity, suspicious persons, suspicious vehicles, motor vehicle accidents, motor p.m., the 3~d Annual Fall Antiques Market Bethel, VT; grandchildren J une Pilcher 6 a.m. *** vehicle complaints, and sex offender registrations. will be held this year at Rivendell and husband StaR, Dean Hyde, Brian *** Academy, following a new partnership Patrick D. Fitzgerald, 33, of Hartford pleaded innocent to DUI and unlawful between the Cohase Chamber of Carson and wife Erin, Jamie Hyde and Motor vehicle citations were issued for speed (one) and for operating an Commerce and the "Rivendell Abroad' his partner Bess D'Amico, and Kristin trespass on land on Oct. 19. The arresting agency was VSP in Bradford. He was unregistered vehicle (one). *** club. Students will be helping the vendors Donnelly and husband Todd; great released on $1,500 bail, under conditions including orders not to harass or have and selling food throughout the day. grandchildren Courtney Benway and her contact with his alleged victim nor enter upon certain Thetford property. Warnings were issued for the following violations: defective equipment (four), Vendors will be offering a variety of partner Johnny Romero, Benjamin *** goods for sale. Vendor space can be Carson, and Katrina Gadue; two great, DylanJ. Kingsbury, 21,ofRandolphCenterpleadedinnocenttoviolatinof stop sign (one),and speed (two). arranged by calling Russ Collins at great grandchildren, Aryanna and abuse prevention of on Sept. 23. The arresting agency was the Orange County ---- (802)333-4809 or writing to him at McKaylee Romero; and several nieces SheriWsDepartment. Kingsbury was orderednottoharass orhave contactwithhis rctcR@yahoo.com, and nephews, victim. VERMONT STATE POLICE Fran was predeceased by her *** BRADFORD--On Nov. 3 at 6:35 p.m., Sgt. Russell Finn responded to an accident parents; her husband Arthur; and sister Nolan Wood, 18, of Newbury pleaded innocent to engaging in a prohibited act in the northbound lane ofI-91 in Thetford where a 2005 Subaru Forester had hit a .... ,, - , Louise, a twin to Loraine. on July 16, 2013--amended from felony lewd and lascivious conduct. The arresting deer. Jennifer Vincent, 46, of Bradford had been driving north when a deer crossed Funeral services will be heldNov. 15 agency was the Orange County Sheriff's Department. into the path of her car and she was unable to avoid striking the animal. The car at I p.m. in the Bradford United Church *** sustained damage from the impact on the front end and front left quarter panel. of Christ in Bradford. There are no JacobS. Forcier, 19, ofRandolph withdrew his guilty plea after a motion to Vincentwaswearingherseatbeltandwasnotinjured.Weatheratthetimewasclear calling hours. Burial will be private, withdraw the state's plea agreement was granted. On Nov. 8, 2013 Forcier and the road was dry. *** In lieu of flowers, donations in Fran's pleaded innocent to a felony of sexual assault on a victim less than 16 years. Forcier memory may be made to the Bradford is held at the Northeast State Correctional Facility on $2500 bail on conditions Sgt. Russell Finn responded to another accident in Thetford on Nov. 4 at 6:20 Cemetery Association, PO Box 339, including 24 hour residential curfew except verifiable legal and medical p.m. where a vehicle hit a deer in the northbound lane ofI-91. In this particular Bradford, VT 05033. appointments,job interviews, and school; electronic monitoring; and an order not mishap, Brenda Bulluss, 58, of Bath was near mile marker #85 in her 2012 Subaru /lii The Hale Funeral Home of Bradford to harass his alleged victim. Outlook when a deer crossed in front of her car and she could not avoid hitting it. ~l Mon.-~enlt:-~'. Sat/. 10-2. is in charge ofarrangements. To view an Senteneings ~~~ online guest book, visit O nNov.4,Thomas B ere cz, 45, ofThet ford Cent er was found innocent by jury The car sustained extensive front end and front right side qu art er panel damage. Bulluss had been wearing a seatbelt and was not injured. At the time, the weather www.halefuneralhomes.com, trial of felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and two counts of reckless was clear and the road was dry. *** endangerment. A felony charge of attempted seconddegree murder was dismissed by the state. All charges stemmed from events occurring on Sept. 14, 2010; the On Nov. 6 at 9:05 a.m., Trooper Darryl M. Cremo out of Middlesex stopped [~ ~---J-~-~7 arresting agency was VSP in Bradford;~** a vehicle on McCarth), Road in Williamstown because a check of the records indicated that it was being driven by Joshua Bailey, 32, of Orange, whose driver's Spencer Lucas, 25, of Newport pleaded guilty to vehicle operation with license had been criminally suspended. Bailey was cited to appear on Dec. 17 in suspended license on Sept. 30. The arresting agency was VSP in Bradford. Lucas Orange County Superior Court on that charge. was sentenced to serve 15 to 20 days to start on Nov. 18, to be served up to eight *** hours each day in aFurlough Community Restitution Program. On Nov.at 11:45 p.m., Eric Beck, 19, of Bradford was stopped on North *** Pleasant Street by Trooper David Shaffer because he had an expired registration. Douglas B. Bailey, 37, of East Barre pleaded guilty to vehicle operation with Following an investigation, police found that Beck was intoxicated and he was suspended license on July 19. The arresting agency was the Orange County arrestedfordrivingundertheinfluenceafterprovidingapreliminarybreathtestof.20 Sheriff's Department. Bailey was sentenced to serve 29 to 30 days to start on Nov. percent. Beck was released with a citation to appear in Orange County Superior 11, up to eight hours each day in a Furlough Community Restitution Program. Court on Nov. 26 and was referred to diversion. Beck also received traffic tickets West Lebanon, New Hampshire Now renting 1 and 2-bedroom apartments! Serving the Distinct Needs of Seniors Independent Living Apartments Rent from $580 Convenient Location 1.5 miles from downtown Hanover Underground parking 800-414-6026 Ext. #1 *** for driving an unregistered vehicle, having unassigned registration plates, consuming Ryan M. Hatch, 28, of Bradford pleaded guilty to DUI on Oct. 22. The arresting alcohol while driving and littering. agency was VSP in Bradford. He was ordered to pay $767 in fines and surcharges. *** Delivering On A Promise De.River Compm .y Propane • Heating Oil ° Diesel Heating Equipment Installations 189 Railroad St., St. Johnsbury, VT * North Haverhill, NH (802) 748-8934, (800) 222-9276, (603) 787-2088, (800) 788-3002 HOW DID YOU SLEEP LAST NIGHT? NOW ON SALE! At the former Boulevard Gardens location 97 US Rt. 302. Barre.Montpelier Road. 802.479.0671 On Nov. 8 at 6:30 p.m., Elizabeth Magoon, 25, of Corinth was arrested for disorderly conduct by Trooper David Shaffer on Route 113 in Thetford after state police were called to assist the Thetford Police Department with investigating a suspicious vehicle that had stopped at a residence in Thetford. That investigation revealed potential criminal activity including burglary and drug possession. While police were talking to Magoon about possession of illegal drugs, she became irate and attempted to leave the scene. After she screamed obscenities at police, Magoon was taken into custody and she continued to act out for some time. Magoon was found to be in possession of a Small amount of marijuana for which she was issued a civil marijuanaticket. She was taken to the Bradford barracks to be processed for disorderly conduct and was released with a citation to appear in Orange County Superior Court on Dec. 15. Thetford police are continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding this incident. I Are You Involved With What's Going On In Your Town? Want to get others Involved? BECOME a JO CORRESPONDENT. Share the information by becoming the correspondent for your town or village. For more information, small publ isher@jonews.com