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Government, George Washington observed, “is force.” And these days, we don’t need him to remind us of that doleful fact. We can pick up the papers (well, go to the internet) and see where the Attorney General of the United States has ordered the Federal Bureau of Investigation to get on the case against people out in the country for leaning on their local school boards.

BURLINGTON, VT– The United States Marshals are alerting the public of several nationwide imposter scams involving individuals claiming to be U.S. marshals, court officers, or other law enforcement officials. They are urging people to report the calls to their local FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) office and file a consumer complaint with the Federal Trade Commission, which has the ability to detect patterns of fraud from the information collected and share that data with law enforcement.

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Since August 2018, members of the Vermont State Police Drug Task Force (VDTF), Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have been investigating the importation, sale and distribution of heroin and fentanyl in the greater Caledonia County area. The investigation identified both local distributors and out-of-state suppliers of heroin and fentanyl.

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RUTLAND — A grand jury in Rutland on Wednesday indicted Randall Swartz of Orleans, accused of shooting and killing his wife Thea, on 11 counts of mail fraud in connection with theft of equipment from Agri-Mark in Cabot.