Greyhound Bus Driver Charged with Vermont DUI

State Police responded to a report of a Greyhound bus driver suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol in Vermont. The bus was at the Highgate Springs border crossing between the United States and Canada around 9:30 am. Police charged the driver, Roger A. Marcoux, with suspicion of drunk driving and released him with a citation to appear in court in February.

There were fifteen passengers aboard the bus, heading from Montreal, Quebec, Canada to White River Junction, Vermont. The legal threshold for driving under the influence in Vermont is .04% for a commercial driver, or
half the limit for the driver of a private vehicle.

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