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Man Charged in Shoplifting Incident

Woman accused of leaving an accident scene.

Blotter information is furnished by the and does not indicate a conviction.



A man has been charged with first-degree criminal trespass and sixth-degree larceny for an early-morning incident at a local store, police said.

Casey Speers, 41, of no certain address, was warned not to be on the property and was found there, police said.

His bond was set at $5,000 and he was to appear in court on Monday, police said.

Speers took a grinder from the Union Street 7-Eleven and went outside to eat it, police said. He waited outside for the officer to arrive, police said. On Sept. 4, Speers did the same thing but he was not arrested, police said. He was then told to stay off the property, police said.



Erik Noheimer, 39, of 67 Elm St., was charged with second-degree breach of peace following a domestic incident at 10:35 p.m. on Sunday, police said.

He was to appear in court on Monday, police said.



A Vernon woman is facing a driving under the influence charge after a traffic stop near her home on Sunday, police said.

Darlene Soldi, 44, of 695 Talcottville Rd., was witnessed driving erratically, and failed a series of sobriety tests, police said.

Her bond was set at $500 and is due on court on Sept. 17, police said.



Penny Johnston, 45, was charged with second-degree breach of peace after a domestic disturbance at 12:08 p.m. on Sunday, police said.

She was to appear in court on Monday, police said.



A Vernon woman is accused of crashing her car near her 29 Windermere Ave. apartment, causing property damage, and leaving the scene at 9:02 p.m. on Saturday, police said.

Debra Bowie, 56, is facing two counts of evading, DUI, operating a motor vehicle under suspension and a lane violation, police said.

She was released on a $5,000 bond and was assigned a court date of Sept. 17, police said.



For questions about the police blotter, contact Vernon Patch editor Chris Dehnel at chris.dehnel@patch.com.

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