Push came to shove in a dispute on Whitefield Drive in Cambridge.

Vermont State Police have accused William Marlette, 57, of Cambridge of disorderly conduct in the incident July 24 at 9:06 p.m.

Police said investigation showed Marlette had shoved and punched a neighbor, James Towne, 33, of Jeffersonville. Towne was not seriously injured. Marlette had injuries to his face that were later treated at the University of Vermont Medical Center. 

Marlette’s due in Lamoille County Superior Court Sept. 16.

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