During the early hours of March 12, police were called to Haskell 203, arriving to find two students with knife injuries stemming from the assault. According to the school’s newspaper, Nathan Dolan-Aubertin, 19, of Concord, N.H. was served with two felony counts of aggravated assault and was been ordered by police to appear in Rutland District Court on April 19.
A private investigator has made attempts to get in contact with roommates who were involved and witnessed the incident on the night of the assault. Thus far, residents of Haskell 203 have not spoken with the detective.
However, one witness who didn’t live in Haskell did speak to the Private Investigator. The student reported his encounter with the detective; “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.”
The investigator is working in defense of Dolan-Aubertin’s case. When contacted by the school paper, the PI wouldn’t reveal who’d hired him or release any information about his investigation, stating that it was an open case.
The college is aware of the investigation, but did not release a statement.