Ferrisburgh man charged with negligent operation, driving with a criminally suspended license

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CHARLOTTE — A 32-year-old Ferrisburgh man is facing charges of negligent operation and driving with a criminally suspended license following an incident in Charlotte this morning.

Police say they were patrolling U.S. Route 7 at around 6:31 a.m with a focus on aggressive driving during commuter hours.

Police say during the patrol, they stopped Tanner J. Church for traveling at 83 miles-per-hour in a posted 50 miles-per-hour zone.

During the stop, police found that Church’s privilege to operate a motor vehicle in Vermont was criminally suspended.

He was issued a citation to appear in court on March 24 hours to answer to the charges of negligent operation and driving with a criminally suspended license.

He was also issued a civil traffic ticket for traveling 33 miles-per-hour over the speed limit, a $502.00 fine, and 2 points.