Newbury Gunshot Death Under Investigation


Vermont State Police Detectives have arrested Anne-Marie Whiteway 51 of Bradford, VT for the shooting death of Dale Rock age 43 of Newbury, VT.

Ms. Whiteway is being charged with Second Degree Murder. We are awaiting Autopsy Results at which time bail for Ms. Whiteway will be set. Her arraignment will be set by the Orange County District Court. We will update the media with this date and time when it is available.Vermont State Police held a press briefing this afternoon concerning this press release from VSP about a gunshot death in Newbury which was sent out earlier today (Wednesday):

Homicide Investigation in Newbury

Major Ed Ledo,, Vermont State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation – (802) 244-8781
Bradford Barracks, Vermont State Police – (802) 222-4680

Newbury, VT – 12/26/2012 – On December 25, 2012 at approximately 10:11PM, the Vermont State Police in Bradford received a report of multiple gun shots being fired at a residence located near Doe Hill and Snake Roads in Newbury, VT. The initial report stated that Dale Rock, age 43 of Newbury, had been shot and the suspect fled the scene in a dark colored Subaru Legacy.

Troopers arrived on scene at Rock’s residence, and discovered Dale Rock deceased from an apparent gunshot wound.

Members of the Vermont State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation B Troop are investigating this incident. Members of the Crime Scene Search Team are processing the crime scene.

Mr. Rock’s body is being transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner for an autopsy per the authorization of the Orange County State’s Attorney to determine the exact cause and manner of death.

State police are currently interviewing a person of interest in this case. Additional information is not available at this time, as specific details could undermine detectives ability to thoroughly investigate this case. When more information becomes available, an update will be issued.

Major Ed Ledo, Commander of the Bureau of Criminal Investigation of the Vermont State Police, said in response to public safety concerns, “There is no specific information to suggest an increased risk to the Newbury community or general public as a result of this incident beyond the fact that it is a homicide investigation.”

Please call the Vermont State Police at 802-222-4680 if you have any information regarding this incident.

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