Bristol Police Log: Woman cited several times in neighbor dispute
BRISTOL — Bristol police arrested Dale Alice Vanleuven, 55, of Bristol at 7:50 p.m. on Sunday and cited her for violating conditions of release.
Vanleuven was cited for petit larceny on Thursday, Sept. 1, after police alleged that evidence showed she had stolen from her neighbor, according to a press release issued by Bristol Police Chief Kevin Gibbs.
The very next day, she was arrested and cited for obstructing justice, resisting arrest, petit larceny and unlawful trespass, following a report that she had repeatedly threatened and harassed the neighbor following the previous day’s citation. Police said in this case Vanleuven physically resisted the officer and once they had her in custody they lodged her at Chittenden Regional Correctional Facility with conditions including that she be held until sober.
On Sunday, Sep. 11, police again responded to a West Pleasant Street residence after receiving a report that Vanleuven had yelled at the complainant from across the road in violation of conditions of release that prevented her from having contact with the complainant.
Vanleuven was again lodged at the Chittenden Regional Correctional Facility, again with additional conditions of release including that she sober up.
A year ago, police responded to a citizen dispute on West Pleasant Street, cited Vanleuven for simple assault, and issued her a notice against trespass.
Vanleuven is scheduled to appear in Addison County Superior Court, criminal division, on Oct. 17.
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