(Plainfield, MA) — Three arrests have been made in the vandalism of a historic stone kiln in the woods of Plainfield. Last month vandals severely damaged the oldest flagstone charcoal kiln in New England, built around 1870. Arrested were Leon Tuthill Junior of Plainfield, and Alexander Miller and Cody Jobst [[ johbst ]] of Ashfield. Police say the three started a fire and partially dismantled the kiln to celebrate Tuthill’s 21st birthday.
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It was found floating in a section of Cold River around one Monday afternoon near the Mohawk State Forest.
Taken by Life Flight helicopter to Baystate Medical Center, the man died from his injuries. The bicyclist’s identity has not been released.
Police say 30 year old Cayla Sicard was drunk when her car collided with another vehicle at the intersection of Belchertown and Gatehouse Roads.