Vermont State Police Log for Dec. 23
ADDISON COUNTY — Between Dec. 13 and 21, Vermont State Police reported two incidents that resulted in an Addison County person being arrested for alleged violence in the home.
In the first incident, troopers were called to a report of a family fight at a Route 22A home in Shoreham at a quarter past midnight on Dec. 17. After investigating, officer said they determined that Tyler Malloy, 28, of Shoreham had unlawfully restrained a household member and interfered with access to emergency services. Police took Malloy into custody and transported him to the New Haven barracks, where they cited him to appear in Addison County Superior Court, Criminal Division, to answer to the charge of unlawful restraint in the second degree and interference to emergency services.
Then they released Malloy with conditions.
The second incident occurred on Dec. 19 when state police got a call about a family fight in Whiting at a few minutes before 8 p.m. Troopers said they turned up a couple things through investigation. First, they alleged that Robyn W. Rheaume, 45, of Whiting assaulted an 18-year-old household member and threatened serious bodily injury while armed with a deadly weapon.
Police also said that Rheaume operated a motor vehicle on a public highway while under the influence of alcohol and operated the vehicle in a negligent and erratic manner.
So they arrested Rheaume, took her to the barracks and cited her for first degree aggravated domestic assault, driving under the influence and negligent driving.
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