Police: Woman assaulted officersMarch 18,2013DERBY — Police say an 18-year-old Vermont woman is facing charges after she allegedly kicked a state trooper and spit on and kicked a local police officer.
Trooper Debra Munson said Alyssa Lamadeleine, of Charleston, was intoxicated when she was arrested shortly before midnight Wednesday after driving her vehicle into a ditch in Derby.
Munson said Lamadeleine kicked her twice while they were waiting for an ambulance to arrive, then kicked and spit on a Newport City officer at North Country Hospital.
Police said Lamadeleine also damaged the inside and outside of a police cruiser while being taken to state police barracks in Derby.
The Caledonian Record reported that Lamadeleine will face charges of drunken driving, assault on a law enforcement officer and unlawful
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