Trooper Named in Shooting Incident

Three Vermont State Troopers were identified as those that responded the incident in Danville VT on Monday, which lead to the shooting of a St. Johnsbury man. Sergeant Brian May, Trooper First Class Seth Loomis, and Trooper Second Class Sean Brennan responded to the call and it was Sergeant May, who fired his duty weapon during the apprehension of William Mahoney, 35 of St. Johnsbury. May was hired in August 27, 1997, is currently assigned as a patrol commander at the St. Johnsbury Barracks, and remains on paid administrative leave. Trooper Loomis and Trooper Brennan have been assigned to the St. Johnsbury Barracks.
Mahoney is listed in stable condition at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center.
The Caledonia County State Attorney’s Office is reviewing initial charges against Mahoney for Operation without Owners Consent, Driving While Intoxicated, Driving while Under Suspension, Leaving the Scene of an Accident, and Burglary of an Occupied Dwelling. No date for arraignment is set.

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