Bristol Police Log for Dec. 7: Woman cited for striking man with car
BRISTOL — On Nov. 21, Bristol police arrested Katrina M. Clark, 29, of Bristol following an investigation into an incident that occurred on the evening of Oct. 31.
Police said Clark had been involved in a domestic dispute at her residence, during which she attempted to leave in her vehicle. As she did, she struck the male party involved in the domestic dispute with her vehicle, causing him to get thrown onto the hood, into the windshield and onto the ground, according to police.
Neither the male nor anyone else was seriously injured, Bristol Police Chief Kevin Gibbs said in a press release.
Police cited Clark for grossly negligent driving and is due to answer the charge in Addison County Superior Court, criminal division, on Jan. 4, 2016.
In other recent activity Bristol police:
• On Nov. 6, arrested Anthony Bedell, 28, of Milton for an outstanding arrest warrant for escape. A Bristol officer observed Bedell at a West Street business acting suspiciously, and when the officer checked the registration of the car in which Bedell drove away, he found the warrant for his arrest.
The officer followed Bedell, stopped him on East Street and then took him into custody without incident. Bedell was transferred to the custody of the Addison County Sheriff’s Department, then lodged at the Marble Valley Regional Correctional Facility in Rutland.
• On Nov. 24 looked into reports by two Bet-Cha Transit bus drivers that a vehicle had sped passed while their warning lights were illuminated during passenger discharge at Mount Abraham Union High School. Police said they identified the driver of the vehicle as 38-year-old Michael P. Kenyon of Bristol, and that Kenyon’s license had been suspended because of a driving under the influence conviction. Police cited Kenyon for driving with a criminally suspended license; he was given a Jan. 4 court date.
• On Nov. 30, cited Karrie Hall, 33, of Pittsford for driving with a criminally suspended license. Police report that they saw Hall driving through a red light at the Main Street intersection on Nov. 27 and stopped her vehicle. The officer investigated and found that Hall’s license was under criminal suspension for DUI. She was released and two to answer the citation on Jan. 4.