Claremont Man Charged in DUI Drugs, Possession Case
Stopped for Erratic Operation, Says VTSP
On April 24, the Vermont State Police initiated a motor vehicle stop of a white Chevrolet van on VT RT 103 in the Town of Chester, VT, for erratic operation, said the VTSP in a statement. The lone operator, Myron G. Scott, 37, of Claremont, NH, was then given field sobriety tests. A search of Scott’s vehicle was also performed and troopers allegedly located a small quantity of suspected fentanyl bags, Suboxone and Clonazepam pills. A Drug Recognition Expert was requested for the operator and determined that Scott was allegedly under the influence of drugs.
Scott was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs, possession of fentanyl and possession of regulated drugs. He was issued a citation for the above charges and was ordered to appear at Windsor County Superior Court on May 22.