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Police: Father speeding at 110 mph, 7-year-old son not properly secured in car

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SPRINGFIELD, Vermont — A man has been charged with driving 110 miles an hour on Interstate 91 in Vermont and not securing his 7-year-old son properly in the back seat.

State police said 32-year-old Michael D'Angelo of Springfield was charged with excessive speed, negligent operation and cruelty to a child. The car was stopped at about 9:45 p.m. Monday on I-91 in Springfield, where the speed limit was 65 mph.

Police said the child, who was not hurt, was not in a booster seat. He had fallen asleep in the middle seat and was not properly secured by a seat belt.

It was not immediately known if D'Angelo had a lawyer.

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