BROOKLYN – A New York woman police say violated a protective order twice was arrested Friday in Brooklyn, Conn. after she tried to run her neighbor over with a vehicle in July, police said.
On July 19, police say troopers responded to Meadow Stone Farm at 199 Hartford following a reported disturbance among neighbors. Following an investigation, police say they determined the business’ owner Julie Lamothe, 54, of 56 South 6th Street, Locust Valley, had tried to “run her neighbor over with a vehicle while she was performing yard work,” Connecticut State Police Troop D said in a press release.
According to police, the neighbor had to jump out of the way into a grass landing to avoid being hit by Lamothe’s vehicle.
There was an active civil protective order during the time of the incident, protecting the neighbor from Lamothe, police said.
Police said Lamothe had violated the order two times prior, resulting in her arrest each time.
Lamothe was additionally arrested a week prior on July 28, after police say she threatened a tenant on the property of her business on Route 6.
Further investigatory steps were taken and an arrest warrant was submitted to GA-11 Danielson Superior Court with the assistance of the Office of the Brooklyn Resident Trooper, police said.
Police say an arrest warrant for Lamothe was granted by the court.
At 2 p.m., August 4, police say troopers found Lamothe at her business Meadow Stone Farm in Brooklyn, Conn. and arrested her without incident.
She was transported to Troop D barracks in Danielson and was charged with violation of a civil protection order,…
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