St. Johnsbury Police reported that a woman who stopped to give a ride to a “woman who appeared in distress” discovered her laptop computer was stolen from her vehicle after the woman exited the car. It was just before midnight on Friday when Christine Langmaid, 49, St. Johnsbury, was driving, saw the woman and stopped to offer a ride. Langmaid drove the woman to North Avenue. Shortly after the woman got out of the car, Langmaid realized her $1,200 MacBook was missing from the back seat of the car. An investigation led police to cite Kimberly Kelley, 53, St. Johnsbury, for grand larceny and larceny from a person. Kelley has been ordered to appear in Court on July 11.
- A habitual offender from Littleton with a history of driving stolen cars is facing fresh felony charges
- Wardens found a body in the Connecticut River Tuesday morning, and officials believe it is Richard C. Gammell Sr