Police: Possible gunshot near state lawmaker’s home in Enosburgh

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ENOSBURGH — Police are investigating a report of a possible gunshot fired at or near a state lawmaker’s home this morning in Enosburgh.

State Rep. Felisha Leffler reported the incident at 12:45 p.m.

Thursday and said she was awoken at about 5 a.m. by the sound of a gunshot.
No injuries were reported.

Members of the Vermont State Police Criminal Division and Field Force Division say they are investigating the incident, assisted by the Capitol Police Department.

Police say at this point in the investigation, there is no additional evidence of a gunshot beyond the sound that was heard, such as obvious signs of damage to the residence.

Rep. Leffler reported that the incident occurred a day after she received a postcard in the mail calling for her arrest.

That postcard was reported to authorities and further questions should be directed to that agency.

Anyone who has any information possibly related to this incident is asked to call the Vermont State Police in St. Albans at 802-524-5993.