• Montpelier man cited to court
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     | April 09,2014
     

    BERLIN — Vermont State Police say a Montpelier man has been cited on a charge of driving with a suspended license.

    Thomas Beck, 51, was driving on Route 2 in Berlin on Monday when he was pulled over by state police for a motor vehicle infraction. After an investigation, state police said, they discovered Beck has a criminally suspended license.

    He is to appear in Washington County criminal court May 29 to answer the charge.

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