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    Vermont Selectboard Member Accused of Soliciting Prostitute at Motel

    A selectboard member in a central Vermont community has been accused of soliciting a prostitute.

    Police in Shelburne said Lynn Doney, 57, of Northfield, paid a man to perform sex acts inside the Harbor Place motel on Route 7.

    In addition to being a selectboard member, Doney is an EMT, Washington County sheriff's deputy, and a part-time police officer in nearby Barre, where police said Doney also paid for sex.

    Following a multi-department investigation, Doney was charged with soliciting prostitution and obstruction of justice.

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    He is scheduled to appear in Vermont Superior Court in Burlington on Thursday. It's unclear if he has an attorney.

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