Vermont troopers reply to drive-by pickle incident

Vermont State Police responded to an uncommon drive-by incident Monday on the Massachusetts state border.

There, round 6 p.m., an Company of Transportation worker who had been working a element on U.S. 7 in Pownal, Vermont, informed troopers passenger in a car had thrown an object at him.


What was it?

It was “later decided to be a big pickle, which struck the sufferer and induced him ache,” troopers wrote in a release.

Troopers, with help from police in neighboring Williamstown, Massachusetts, subsequently positioned the suspect car and issued the alleged pickle-thrower Christoph Herrmannsdoerfer a quotation.


The 34-year-old Williamstown man is about to look in a Bennington, Vermont, court docket subsequent month on a easy assault cost, police mentioned.