NEWPORT, Vt. -- A Vermont man charged with driving a tractor over seven police vehicles and crushing them is facing another charge.

The Orleans County court says Roger Pion (PEE'-on) was arraigned Tuesday on a charge of driving with a suspended license.

Pion already faced 14 criminal counts after police say he drove his dad's tractor over six cruisers and a van at the county sheriff's department in Derby on Aug. 2.

Police say he then drove the tractor toward downtown Newport before they stopped him. They say he had been angry over a previous arrest for marijuana possession.

Pion has pleaded not guilty to the charges. He received financial support from people worldwide after his arrest. He thanked them when he left a correctional facility last month and said he had no regrets.

His lawyer says the latest charge "seems gratuitous."

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  • Sheriff officers examine crushed cruisers at the Orleans County Sheriff's Department in Newport, Vt., Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012. Authorities say 34-year old Vermont farmer Roger Pion, angry over a recent arrest last month on charges of resisting arrest and marijuana possession, used a large tractor like a monster truck, destroying seven police cruisers. (AP Photo/Northland Journal, Scott Wheeler)

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    This booking photo was released shortly after Pion's arrest for allegedly driving a farm tractor over seven police vehicles in Vermont.

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    Footage from the aftermath of Roger Pion's alleged vindictive rampage through the Orleans Sheriff's department parking lot.

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    To some, Pion is a real life American hero for his reprisal against against police.

  • An unlikely hero

    A Facebook fan page is full of adulation for Roger Pion's destructive tractor ride through a police parking lot.

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    The alleged weapon used to total Orleans Sheriff's department vehicles.

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    Will some go so far as to equate Roger Pion and his tractor with Paul Revere and his steed?