Arraignments, week of Oct. 28

Everett Allen Kidder, 52, of Tunbridge pleaded not guilty to aggravated sexual assault on a minor under 13 years of age (see related article).

Kristopher Michael Salls, 38, of Morrisville pleaded not guilty to assault and robbery with a weapon and accessory to assault and robbery (see related article).

Samantha Lee Reed, 24, of Hyde Park pleaded not guilty to two counts of aggravated assault and one count of disorderly conduct (see related article).

Brian C. Foy, 43, of Johnson pleaded not guilty to aggravated assault and disorderly conduct.

Michael Ulrich, 27, of Stowe pleaded not guilty to burglary and unlawful mischief.

Devin Gillen, 26, of Morristown pleaded not guilty to burglary and disturbing the peace.

Tiffany Clark, 40, of Johnson pleaded not guilty to violating an abuse prevention order.

Zachary J. Lawrence, 26, of Eden pleaded not guilty to driving under the influence, second offense, driving after criminal license suspension and violating conditions of release.

Joseph Breen, 28, of Cambridge pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor narcotics possession and felony marijuana possession.

Anthony L. Bullard, 39, of Eden pleaded not guilty to DUI No. 2.

Maria L. Gamble, 48, of Morrisville pleaded not guilty to DUI No. 1.

Sheila Davidson, 71, of Essex pleaded not guilty to DUI No. 1.

Kyle Hathaway, 30, of Stowe pleaded not guilty to DUI No. 1.

Nathan G. Edwards, 30, of Bristol pleaded not guilty to providing false information to police.

Cases decided, week of Oct. 28

Michael John Mallen, 41, of Eden pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree aggravated domestic assault, interfering with access to emergency services, cruelty to animals and violating conditions of release and was ordered to serve 18 months to 8 years, concurrent with an existing sentence.

Jenaya Peets, 31, of Johnson pleaded guilty to two counts of simple assault and was ordered to serve 3-10 months on probation, with five days pre-approved furlough.

Liza Barry, 32, of Morrisville pleaded guilty to DUI No. 1 and was ordered to serve 6 to 18 months on probation. A charge of child cruelty was dismissed at the prosecution’s request.

Todd Farrand, 32, of Morrisville pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of a crash and was fined $300.

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