Brandon man accused of firing gun held without bail
RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) — A Brandon man has pleaded not guilty to firing a gun in a mobile home park over the weekend.
A judge ordered 26-year Cale Quenneville to be held without bail on Monday, on multiple charges including aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and reckless endangerment.
Court documents say Quenneville was looking for cocaine and heroin at Conway Terrace on Saturday night and allegedly stole some before firing his gun as he was leaving.
The Rutland County state’s attorney says several bullets traveled through two mobile homes, just feet from seven different people, including three children. No one was injured.
A phone message was left for Quenneville’s attorney.
Quenneville is on furlough, after pleading guilty to eluding a law enforcement officer and negligent operation.