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Bristol Police Log: Cops arrest three during Christmas week

BRISTOL — Bristol police made three arrests during Christmas week. Two were for driving-related offenses while one was related to domestic violence.
Police on Christmas Eve arrested Bristol resident Timothy Sousa, 27, on suspicion of second-degree aggravated domestic assault stemming from a dispute with his girlfriend on Dec. 22. Police said Sousa, who was previously convicted of domestic assault and also for violating an abuse prevention order, struck his girlfriend in the head during an argument.
Police took him to Chittenden County Correctional Center, where he remained in lieu of $1,000 bail. He was arraigned Dec. 29 and will return to court at a later date.
A Bristol police officer in the early afternoon of Dec. 27 pulled over Tyler J. Ask, 22, of Bristol after they said he committed a driving violation on Route 116 South. The officer said Ask failed roadside dexterity tests and was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. At the station, police found Ask’s blood alcohol content to be 0.153 percent, above the legal limit of 0.08 percent. Ask is due to appear in Addison County Superior Court on Jan. 12.
A few hours after arresting Ask, Bristol police at 4:50 p.m. pulled over Bristol’s Jennie D. Bosco, 37, for a driving infraction on Route 116 South. After running her license, police found that it was under suspension for a previous DUI conviction. Police cited her for driving with a criminally suspended license. She is due to answer the charge in court Feb. 9.

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