November 2014 VT Gun Incidents

A selection of publicly reported Vermont gun-related incidents for the month of November 2014.


Bolt action shotgun among items stolen from Salisbury home.


Bennington Elementary School was placed under lockdown, and people in the Bank of Bennington were told to shelter in place while police responded to reports of a man with a gun on the Walloomsac River Trail.


Colchester police officer arrested on drug and gun trafficking charges.

Burlington police arrest a convicted felon after a search of his apartment unveils a firearm and drugs. via @bfp_news


Vermont State Police seize a firearm and 6 marijuana plants in Braintree when investigating a domestic assault.

Chelsea man charged with reckless endangerment, simple assault, and unlawful mischief after police were called to the Wagon Wheel Bar for a report of an altercation involving a firearm. Police say the man broke the window of a car and allegedly threatened two other men with the handgun before leaving the scene. Deerfield Valley News (Nov. 13)


Two murdered by gun in Townshend.

Eden man pulls gun on two people and leads police on high-speed chase. After finally stopping the man, police said they found a semiautomatic pistol on the floor and a shotgun in the front passenger seat as well as shotgun shells in the center console and a marijuana grinder on the floor.


Gun stolen from Drury Hill in Barre.


Gun stolen from unlocked car in Barre.


Man shoots self in leg while holstering handgun.