Private Investigator questions Castleton students

The story of a CSC student who let loose with an assault on his suitemates may be old news for some, but for those involved the story continues.On Friday March 12, at approximately 2:30 a.m., police responded to a call on campus of an assault with a knife in Haskell Dormitory 203. Police arrived to find two Castleton students with injuries as a result of the dispute.

Nathan Dolan-Aubertin, 19, of Concord, N.H. was issued two felony counts of aggravated assault and was been ordered by police to appear in Rutland District Court on April 19.

Recently a private investigator by the name of David Yendell has made attempts to get in contact with students who were involved and witnessed the incident on the night of the assault.

Residents of Haskell 203 have not spoken with Yendell after he has made attempts to get in touch with them. Will Johnson however, a student witness, did speak with Yendell. “He asked a few questions trying to get the details like what my relationship with Nate was like,” said Johnson. “He basically asked me what happened.”

Johnson said that Yendell informed him that he was working in defense of Dolan-Aubertin’s case.

When contacted Yendell wouldn’t say who had hired him or what his objectives were, only saying it was a “pending case.”

CSC is aware of the investigation according to the Dean of Students Dennis Proulx. Proulx wouldn’t comment further on the matter.

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