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Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Tuesday Deadline Linkdump: the Outside of Chittenden County edition

Today's links:

Lyndon selectman Robert Elmes pleads innocent to pot growing charges, despite this damning evidence:

Sgt. May said about 43 stems/branches, which included leaves and marijuana buds, had been found in a black trash bag in the trunk of Elmes' vehicle, the affidavit states. Amadon observed the marijuana was fresh and green.

An empty marijuana seed packet labeled "Nirvana" with an address of Amsterdam, Netherlands, was found in Elmes' desk drawer during the execution of the search warrant, Amadon's affidavit states. Inside the packet were two small ziplock bags, one with a marijuana leaf on it and the other with "Freebie, Spice of Life, Blockhead, QTY 5" written on it. Also in the packet, according to the affidavit, was two pieces of paper. One appeared to be a map of the marijuana plot.

Via the Caledonian Record.

Jehovah's Witnesses in Franklin County, via Dohiyi Mir. This one is actually my post o' the week.

Random act of kindness in Montpelier. Via Norsehorse.

Stupid Single Guy Food Questions from Fairlee, via Alphecca.

Norwich U. kids with guns? I'm not exactly sure what this post is about, but it can't be good. Via NU Daily.

September 26, 2006 at 12:20 PM in VT Blogs | Permalink


Appreciate both the Outside of Chittenden County edition of your Tuesday Deadline Linkdump as well as the mention/linkage to my blog post you included within it Cathy. Thank you.

Posted by: mwb | Sep 26, 2006 1:24:39 PM

Elmes was blatantly framed by Jesuits.

Also, we have a real blog now. Brainsturbator Dot Com. Thanks for running that list.

Posted by: Thirtyseven | Sep 27, 2006 12:31:07 AM

I go to Norwich. What happened is that someone in the town of Northfield thought that a Norwich student sexually assaulted someone close to him, and called and threatened someone. The police were involved, as well as Norwich Security, as a precaution. As far as I know, there wasn't anyone on campus with a weapon, and I haven't heard anything of the incident since.

Posted by: Andrew Liptak | Sep 28, 2006 10:41:49 PM

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