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Motorist helps police nab erratic, intoxicated driver on I-91 in Derby

in Derby/Newport/News

NEWPORT — An emergency call from a motorist to police led to the arrest of an intoxicated driver seen weaving across lanes of travel on I-91.

Shawn Britt, 36, of Orleans, is facing charges of DUI 2, and negligent operation following the incident.

Police last night at around 7:50 p.m., they received a “be on the lookout,” called in by another motorist for an erratic driver who was tailgating and weaving around traffic in Derby.

Troopers responded and positioned themselves at U-turns on the Interstate, and observed the vehicle traveling north near exit 28.

Trooper Daniel Lynch states that he observed the vehicle to still be operating erratically, weaving across lanes of travel and onto the shoulder.

The vehicle was stopped and police say numerous indicators of impairment were observed from the driver, who police identified as Shawn Britt.

He was screened and subsequently taken into custody for suspicion of DUI.

Britt was processed and released with a citation to appear in court for suspicion of DUI 2 and negligent operation.

He also received multiple civil violations.

Driver uninjured after rollover crash on Crawford Road in Derby

in Barton/Derby

DERBY — A 19-year-old man from Barton walked away without injuries from a rollover crash in Derby on Thursday.

At around 7:30 a.m. police responded to the single-vehicle crash on Crawford Road, near the fishing access.

Police say that Devon Lapierre-Hamel, 19, of Barton, was traveling southbound when he lost control of his vehicle.

The 2006 Subaru Impreza left the traveled portion of the roadway and overturned off the northbound side of the road.

Lapierre-Hamel told police he was not injured as a result of the crash.

Police say after investigating, speed was determined to have been a factor in the crash.

Brownington man sought after leading police on chase

in Barton/Brownington/Charleston/Derby/Newport/News/Westmore

DERBY — Police are looking for a 37-year-old Brownington man, who they say led them on a high-speed chase through Orleans County this morning, before getting away.

At 12:00 a.m. police say they were notified of suspicious activity involving a GMC pickup parked in the woods in Derby.

Before police arrived to investigate, the vehicle had left the area heading towards Charleston. Police located the vehicle pulled off the roadway on Rte 105 near Rte 5A.

The driver, who police say was identified as Matthew Prue, was contacted and multiple indicators of heroin possession were observed within the vehicle, as well as indicators of impairment.

When the trooper directed Prue to step out of the vehicle to investigate, he slammed the door and fled down Rte 5A at a high rate of speed.

He was pursued for approximately 20 minutes through Charleston, Brownington, Barton, and Westmore, on multiple roadways as well as through fields, with speeds at times exceeding 100 miles-per-hour.

Police say he was observed throwing hypodermic needles and other small objects and bags out of the window during the pursuit. At one point, police say he drove towards a trooper who was attempting to turn around in the roadway, almost ramming the vehicle.

The pursuit continued into Westmore, briefly leaving the roadway into a field.

Due to Prue’s increasingly erratic operation, police say they slowed down and pulled back. As troopers rounded a corner in the direction he had driven, they saw the truck crashed into a tree and left disabled in the roadway.

Prue was not found at the scene of the crash.

Troopers searched the area extensively, both on foot and with a K9 unit, and were unable to locate him.

At this time, police are still looking for him.

Two injured during Thursday afternoon car crash in Derby

in Brownington/Derby/News/North Troy

DERBY — Two women from Orleans County were injured in a car crash that took place in Derby on Thursday.

At around 4:30 p.m. police responded to the incident on Vermont Route 191 at the intersection of Crawford Road in the town of Derby.

Dawn Perry, 52 of Brownington, and Karen Rinner, 55, of North Troy were identified as the drivers.

Derby Line Fire Department and Newport Ambulance were dispatched to the scene to assist.

According to police, both women sustained injuries and were transported to North Country Hospital for treatment.

The crash investigation is still ongoing, but at this time police say it does not appear as though speed or impairment were factors in the collision.

Derby man ejected from vehicle after crash in Coventry

in coventry/Derby/Newport/News

NEWPORT — A 34-year-old man from Derby was injured after being ejected from his vehicle during a crash in Coventry early Friday morning.

At around 12:30 a.m. police responded to the single-vehicle crash on Messier Farm Road. When they arrived they found a man on the ground approximately 20 feet from the vehicle with a head injury.

The driver was identified as Wayne Broe, 34, of Derby.

Broe was rushed to North Country Hospital for his injuries.

Police say observations made at the scene show the vehicle was traveling northwest when it went off the northeast side of the road and was then brought back onto the road quickly, causing the vehicle to flip multiple times.

The crash is still under investigation, police say.

9th Annual Dandelion Run to be held May 20

in Arts and Entertainment/Derby/Holland/Morgan/Newport/News/Outdoors

DERBY — The Dandelion Run is back on May 20, 2017. The run offers varying distances from one mile to a half marathon on dirt roads through the “world famous” dandelion fields of Morgan, Holland, and Derby.

It’s held in honor and memory of Terri Weed, a 15-year-old girl who tragically lost her life due to domestic violence on May 21, 1981.

For each adult registration, 20 percent will be donated to support Umbrella and its advocacy and support of victims of violence.

“The Dandy” is held in conjunction with the Dandelion Fiddlefest celebrating “High Spring” in the Northeast Kingdom, a time when the dandelions are at their peak.

As in previous years, Reckless Breakfast, a contemporary bluegrass band will be playing at the corner of Dumas and Hayward Hollow Roads.

Champion master fiddler, Scott Campbell will be playing at Route 111 and the North Gore Road. Patti Casey of Montpelier will be back at the corner of Route 111 and Dumas Road. Courtney Drew, an 18-year-old fiddler from Quebec, will be playing at the one mile turnaround.

Rick Geisel, Don Houghton, and Terri Churchill will be playing at other locations along the course.

The running and walking options include a 13.1 mile, 10 km, 4 mile, 2 mile and 1 mile. The ages of runners and walkers typically range from 4 years old to 80 years old. Each year many local schools field teams of young runners.

Last year, Community National Bank helped organize the first 4 mile walk, which was very popular and which we expect will grow.

The bank’s Community Circle members put on their walking shoes and enjoyed the event festivities with the other “Dandy” participants from many other states.

The Dandy is widely recognized as one of the top running races in Vermont. It has been featured several times in Vermont Sports Magazine and was named one of the best events in Vermont by Yankee Magazine in 2011.

Already runners have been signing up from California, Oklahoma, Florida, North Carolina, New York, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, all over Vermont, The Eastern Townships of Quebec, Quebec City, Montreal, and Ontario.

Online registration is open at www.dandelionrun.org.

Driver arrested after three-vehicle crash in Derby

in Derby/Newport/News

DERBY — A three-vehicle crash in Derby on Saturday left a few people injured, and a 19-year-old Northfield man behind bars.

The crash took place at around 2:50 p.m. on Vermont Route 105, at the intersection of VT 111.

Police say Dennis Magoon, 19, of Northfield, had been driving “without regard for others prior to and at the time of the crash.”

According to the police report, Alan Barnes, 70, of Island Pond, and Khloe Wainwright, 26, of Newport, were the two other drivers.

Wainwright was taken to North Country Hospital for her injuries.

Police say several other drivers in the area stated that Magoon had nearly struck their vehicles prior to the crash.

Magoon was treated for injuries at North Country Hospital and then processed for DUI-drugs. He was lodged for gross negligent operation with serious injury resulting.

Derby Line Fire Department, as well as Derby Line Rescue and Newport Rescue, were already on scene when police arrived.

Route 105 was shut down for a short period of time.

Police say the case remains under investigation while they await blood test results.

Police: Driver suffered ‘medical condition,’ followed into Walmart parking lot

in Derby/News

DERBY — Police say a driver suffered some sort of medical problem while driving on I-91 in Derby this morning.

At 8:00 a.m. police encountered a motor vehicle on Interstate 91 that wasn’t yielding to an emergency vehicle.

The vehicle was then followed by an unmarked State Police cruiser to the Walmart parking lot.

Once the vehicle stopped it was determined that the driver was suffering from a “medical condition.”

Police say the driver’s name will not be released, and have not gone into details as to what the medical condition was.

No arrest was made and no tickets were issued in the incident.

Police: Derby man charged at troopers with baseball bats

in Derby/News

DERBY – Police allege that a 19-year-old Derby man swung two baseball bats at them while they were responding to a domestic call.

On Thursday, at around 11:30 a.m. police received a call of a domestic altercation on the Fish and Game Road in Derby.

State police responded and say when they arrived, Timothy Christopher, 19, of Derby, “aggressively charged Troopers swinging around two metal baseball bats.”

Christopher was subdued by police and taken into custody.

He was lodged at Northern State Correctional Facility for lack of $25,000.00 bail.

He pleaded not guilty today in court to aggravated assault, domestic assault, unlawful mischief and interference with access of emergency services charges.

Police: Woman assaulted minor at Derby Elementary School

in Derby/Derby Line/News

DERBY LINE — A 46-year-old woman from Derby Line is facing charges after police say she assaulted a minor at a local elementary school.

On Monday, police say they were contacted regarding an assault that took place at the Derby Elementary School.

“A subsequent investigation revealed that North Country Supervisory Union employee, 46-year-old Kimberly A. Swett of Derby Line, Vermont had assaulted a minor,” a statement issued by trooper Marie Beland reads.

Based on information gathered during the investigation, police say Swett is being charged with cruelty to children under 10 by one over 16.

According to the Derby Elementary School website, Swett works in the resource room.

Newport Dispatch will update this story as more information becomes available.

Driver injured after hitting a deer on I-91 in Derby

in Derby/Newport/News

DERBY — A driver was injured after hitting a deer on I-91 in Derby early Sunday morning.

At around 12:00 a.m. police responded to the single-vehicle crash, near exit 28.

Zachary Paradowski, 24, of Newport, was headed south when his 2016 Subaru Forester struck a deer in the roadway, police say.

The vehicle received extensive and disabling front-end damage and came to rest partially in the roadway, leaking fluids.

Paradowski was transported to North Country Hospital to be treated for his injuries.

According to the report, he was wearing his seatbelt and the airbag deployed, however, there is no more information as to the nature of his injuries.

The travel lane of I-91 was shut down for the duration of the incident as local fire and EMS worked the scene.

Debris was cleared from the roadway, the vehicle was towed and the lane was open again at around 1:00 a.m.

Police looking for vehicle after hit-and-run crash on Main Street in Derby

in Derby/News

DERBY — Police are investigating a hit-and-run crash that took place in Derby this afternoon.

At around 1:30 p.m. police responded to the report of a two-vehicle crash on Main Street.

One of the cars involved in the accident did not stop after the collision and fled the scene.

Police are requesting information regarding the vehicle, described as a metallic tan/brown/gray crossover SUV, possibly a Nissan Murano.

Witnesses at the scene were unable to get a license plate number.

Police say the car is believed to have sustained significant front-end damage from the crash, and was last seen traveling north on Vermont Route 105 in Derby.

Anyone with information about this incident is being asked to contact Trooper Marie Beland, at (802)334-8881.

Derby man facing charges after hit-and-run

in Derby/News/Orleans

DERBY — Police say they took a 79-year-old Derby man into custody last night after he crashed into another vehicle, and then fled the scene.

At around 7:00 p.m. police were notified that a 2000 Jeep Cherokee had been involved in a rear-end collision on Route 5 in Derby, near the I-91 on-ramps.

The Jeep took off after the crash.

The complainant, Jonathan Hinton, 21, of Orleans, told police his 2016 Chevrolet Colorado had been struck from behind while he was waiting at the red light.

His truck sustained rear-end damage, but he was not injured during the incident.

Troopers located the Jeep parked behind a home in Derby. The suspect was identified as 79-year-old Floyd Ellis.

Police say the Jeep had front-end damage consistent with the reported collision.

“Subsequent interview and investigation revealed Ellis had been impaired at the time of operation,” a statement issued by police reads.

Ellis declined to provide a PBT.

He was placed under arrest and transported to the Derby barracks where he was processed and transported to the Northern State Correctional Facility as what police describe as an “incapacitated person.”

Ellis was issued a citation to appear in court for suspicion of operating under the influence, and leaving the scene of an accident.

Tragic crash takes life of Newport man, Derby woman

in Derby/Lowell/Newport/News

LOWELL — Two Orleans County residents were killed in a tragic two-car collision that took place in Lowell on Monday.

Police say 45-year-old Gordon Farrar, of Newport, was traveling northbound on Vermont 100, when his 2007 Chevrolet Colorado crossed the centerline into the path of a southbound 2008 Dodge Caliber, being driven by Joanne Nolin, 68, of Derby.

The vehicles collided in the southbound lane, just north of the Lowell-Eden town line, at around noon.

Police say both drivers suffered extensive injuries and were pronounced deceased at the scene.

Both lanes of Vermont 100 were closed for several hours, while investigators attempted to process the scene.

Lowell Fire Department and Missisquoi Valley Ambulance service responded to the scene and assisted.

Police say the crash remains under investigation.

Vermont unemployment rate drops, Derby still highest unemployment rate in the state

in Derby/Newport/News/Vermont

NEWPORT — The Vermont Department of Labor says that the state’s unemployment rate dropped one-tenth of 1 percent in January to 3.1 percent, but that Derby still has the highest unemployment rate in Vermont.

Overall, Vermont’s unemployment rate was tied for seventh lowest in the country for the same time period.

Unemployment in Vermont’s 17 labor markets ranged from a low of 2.6 percent in the Burlington-South Burlington area, White River Junction, and Woodstock, to a high of 7 percent in Derby.

The seasonally-adjusted Vermont data for January shows the Vermont civilian labor force increased by 900 from the prior month’s revised estimate.

The number of employed increased by 1,150 and the number of unemployed decreased by 250.

Labor Commissioner Lindsay Kurrle says the initial numbers for January show the state’s economy is headed in a positive direction.

Two years ago the old “Newport” labor market area was renamed to “Derby.”

Suicide shuts down Vermont Route 105 in Derby for over 3 hours

in Derby/Newport/News

DERBY — A 41-year-old man from Derby took his own life today, after a 3-hour standoff with police.

At approximately 9:40 a.m., police say Burton Lawson telephoned and advised that he was at his residence and was going to take his own life with a rifle.

State troopers as well as the Orleans county Sheriff’s department and a DMV officer responded to the residence, located at 2876 Vermont Route 105, and set up a perimeter around the home.

Lawson was alone inside.

Vermont Route 105 was blocked off and traffic was detoured around the location for approximately 3.5 hours.

Police say they made telephone contact with Lawson and after about 3 hours, they heard a single gunshot.

Entry was made by police into the home, where they found Lawson dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

According to a statement issued by police, Lawson had not made any threats towards law enforcement or to anyone else.

Police: Holland man facing assault charges

in Derby/Holland/News

DERBY — A 35-year-old man from Holland is facing charges after police say he assaulted a man in Derby.

According to the report, on January 9, at 12:30 p.m. police responded to a report of an assault that had taken place at a local business in Derby.

Arlo Rhein, 19, of Derby, told police that Sean Dickerson, 35, of Holland, entered the business and began punching and strangling him.

An employee was able to separate Dickerson from Rhein.

Dickerson then left the business.

Police say attempts were made to locate Dickerson that day.

He was later located and issued a citation to appear in Orleans County Court to answer to this assault.

Local snowmobile club helps motorist having medical emergency in Derby

in Derby

DERBY — The Derby-based Drift Dusters Snowmobile Club have won many awards over the years, including the 2013 VAST Club of the Year. But on Tuesday night they went a step further and turned into local heroes.

At around 8:00 p.m. Roger Gosselin and club president Michael Koehler were out grooming trails to local businesses in Derby when they came upon a motor vehicle that had crashed into a light pole at the Shaw’s Supermarket parking lot.

As they passed by in the groomer, the car was still in gear and they saw that the man was unable to get out of his vehicle due to a medical event.

Using the club tree trimmers they were able to gain access into the vehicle, placed it in park, and shut off the engine.

The two rendered aid until emergency services arrived.

“We would like to thank Derby Line Fire Department, Derby Line Ambulance, and Vermont State Police for a quick response to the scene to further assist with helping the gentleman,” a statement issued by the club read.

The Drift Dusters Snowmobile Club maintain trails all throughout the Northeast Kingdom, including the towns of Derby, Charleston, Morgan, Norton, and Holland.

Derby Elementary School third graders sweep into Canada

in Derby/Stanstead

STANSTEAD– Mrs. Jeanne Beaudry’s third graders from Derby Elementary School took their classroom across the border this holiday season to learn about the Olympic sport of curling at the Border Curling Club located in Stanstead, QC.

“I learned the students were studying the Olympics and Mrs. Beaudry and I thought having them come to the curling club would be a great opportunity to try out one of the sports while also learning more about its history,” said Caroline Aubry who is a member of the curling club and helped to organize the field trip.

Mrs. Beaudry’s class had been studying geography through the origins of various summer and winter Olympic sports and had several other activities geared around the international competition in addition to the field trip to Stanstead.

They included their own Olympic mini-games complete with certificates and medals and a visit by Susan Dunklee, a local biathlon Olympic athlete. The lessons weaved geography into the classroom in a fun way that excited the students and provided them with the opportunity take a fun field trip.

“The third grade visit to the Border Curling Club to learn about curling was a great experience for the instructors and students,” said Bruce Amsden, match chair and current member of the board of directors for the Border Curling Club. “They asked very intelligent questions and on the ice, the students paid attention to safety instructions and learned how to deliver stones and sweep in front of them.”

The third graders were the first American school, in recent memory, to have visited the club in Canada. The curling club prides itself on the friendly international camaraderie it shares between the two countries. The membership of the club is 60 percent Canadian and 40 percent American.

“My favorite part of the club is the sense that members are not American or Canadian, they are just curlers,” said Amsden.

In addition to welcoming students and teachers into the club, the Border Curling Club holds lessons and clinics for curlers of all ages throughout the year. There is a juniors program on Saturday that helps young curlers learn the game and to practice. It is open to anyone that it interested. The club will also be holding a “Learn to Curl Clinic” in January where all community members, of any age, are welcome to attend and learn how to curl for free.

For more information on the Border Curling Club and lessons to learn how to curling, visit www.BorderCurling.com.

Derby man assaulted and pointed gun at victim, police say

in Derby

DERBY — A 21-year-old man from Derby was arrested on Saturday after police say he assaulted someone and pointed a gun at them.

Authorities were dispatched to a welfare check in Derby after someone called police to report that their friend had been threatened with a weapon.

Troopers responded to the victim’s home and allege that Mark Roy, 21, of Derby, had “brandished a firearm at the victim that day.”

Police say further investigation revealed that “he had assaulted and choked the victim days prior.”

Roy was placed under arrest for suspicion of first-degree aggravated domestic assault and recklessly endangering another person.

He was processed at the VSP-Derby barracks and lodged at the Northern State Correctional Facility for lack of $500.00 bail.

Two injured after four-car crash in Derby

in Derby/Newport/News

DERBY — A four-car pileup at around 7:40 a.m. on the Derby Road on Tuesday sent two people to the hospital.

According to the report, before the crash two cars were stopped waiting to make a left turn onto Joseph Street, and a third vehicle was attempting to stop.

Police say Daniel Bumbarger, 28, of Derby, didn’t notice the stopped vehicle, and hit the vehicle in front of him, driven by Bradford Loughran, 44, of Derby.

The crash set off a chain reaction of rear-end collisions, with Loughran having to be removed from his vehicle by Derby Line Ambulance.

The second vehicle in the lineup was being driven by 26-year-old Kristen Roberge, of Derby, who was also transported to North Country Hospital.

According to a statement issued by police, Roberge was treated for “minor” injuries and Loughran for “moderate” injuries.

Robin Taylor, 26, of Derby, was driving the first vehicle in the lineup, that was waiting to turn onto Joseph Road.

Walmart in Derby opening November 16 with ribbon cutting

in Derby/Newport/News

DERBY — A grand opening ceremony at the new Walmart in Derby will be held on Wednesday, November 16.

The event, which will start at 7:15 a.m., will include the North Country Union High School Band playing the national anthem followed by a ribbon cutting ceremony.

The festivities are estimated to last for 45 minutes, and the store will remain open until 10 p.m.

Store hours from then on will be from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Gisele Seymour, who played a big part in bringing the Walmart to town when she set out collecting signatures to convince the company to open this store, will do the ribbon cutting.

The new superstore will be the largest in Vermont at 176,000 square feet and is on track to hiring over 300 people.

Employees have been at the site 24 hours a day working to get the store organized for the opening.

The supercenter will include a full line of groceries, pharmacy, hair salon, and tire and lube center.

Police looking for hit-and-run driver in Derby

in Derby/News

DERBY — Police are investigating a crash involving a parked vehicle near the Derby Village Store.

Police say that a light blue/gray sedan parked on the side of Main Street in Derby, was struck by another vehicle.

According to the report, the vehicle left the scene and traveled east on Route 105 towards Hinman Settler Road and the town of Charleston.

The vehicle is expected to have significant front end or front quarter panel damage, as well as damage to some black plastic molding.

It may also have light blue/gray paint transfer on it.

According to witnesses, the crash is believed to have happened at around 10:00 p.m. on Monday.

Anyone with information regarding the vehicle is being asked to contact police at (802) 334-8881.

VSP and Border Patrol work together to bust teens they say broke into Derby man’s camp

in Derby/Essex County

DERBY — Police say they worked together with the US Border Patrol in Derby to stake out a camp in Averill that was broken into and being used as a party spot by a group of teenagers.

On September 21, Ronald Griffin, 75, of Derby, contacted police to report a burglary into his camp located at 264 Beach Road in Averill.

Police say they met with Griffin at the location and determined that several people had broken into his camp and were possibly still using it. They say there were some personal items in the camp that belonged to the subjects, as well as fire in the wood stove and food left around the kitchen.

According to police, there was also evidence that marijuana was being “used and possibly processed in the camp.”

Police say the decision was made to leave the camp as it was found for the night.

US Border Patrol was contacted concerning the break-in, and a plan was set up for them to conduct surveillance on the camp early the next morning.

The next day two Border Patrol agents and a trooper arrived at the camp and located a vehicle in the driveway.

“After conferring with the owner and learning he was not familiar with the vehicle owner, the course of action was to wait for the subjects to leave and stop them on the road,” a statement issued by police reads.

As time passed and no one was exiting the camp, authorities say the decision was made to surround the camp and order everyone out. After several attempts of using a police siren, three male subjects exited the camp. All three were taken into custody and transported to the Border Patrol office in Canaan for processing.

According to police, Austin Guyer, 18, of Morgan and Zachary Hawkins, 19, of Newport, were subsequently charged with burglary, larceny, and possession of marijuana.

The third suspect is listed on the report as a 16-year-old juvenile.

Police say there was a large quantity of marijuana seized from the camp along with more from the vehicle being used by the three.

The vehicle was seized as evidence.

“This was a perfect example of interagency cooperation with US Border Patrol and the State Police,” Detective Sergeant Larry Smith said. “Border Patrol Agents were instrumental in securing the perimeter around the camp as well as processing the scene.”

Five arrested after failed human smuggling attempt in Derby

in Derby

DERBY — U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested five, including four Guatemalans, after a failed human smuggling attempt near Derby last Saturday.

Agents arrested Miguel Ramos, 32, of the Bronx, N.Y., and Gerardo Xar-Marroquin, 27, of Guatemala on human smuggling charges.

Authorities say the Swanton Tactical Communications Center received a report shortly before 5 p.m. of possible cross-border activity in Derby and dispatched agents to investigate.

Agents say they observed a man and two women climb into a gray minivan bearing North Carolina license plates. They joined a driver and passenger already in the van.

Agents interviewed all five people to determine their citizenship and immigration status.

Ramos, the driver, produced a New York state driver’s license and claimed to be a United States citizen. Xar-Marroquin, the initial passenger, produced a Guatemalan passport but did not possess a valid United States visitor’s visa.

The man and two women did not show any immigration documents but claimed to be Guatemalan citizens.

The agents placed all five under arrest and transported them to the Newport station for further investigation.

The van was seized.

“There are ways to legally immigrate to the United States and sneaking across the border isn’t one of them,” said Deputy Patrol Agent in charge Erik Lavallee.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Vermont is prosecuting Ramos and Xar-Marroquin.

If convicted, they each face a maximum of five years imprisonment and a $250,000 fine.

Additionally, Xar-Marroquin faces removal from the United States and a bar to reentry for being illegally present in the United States.

Border Patrol agents administratively charged the other three individuals, a man and two women from Guatemala, under the Immigration and Naturalization Act for illegally entering the United States.

They are prohibited from releasing their names since they weren’t criminally charged.

The three remain in custody as material witnesses and face removal from the U.S.

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