Woman injured during Randolph raid facing multiple charges

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RANDOLPH — A 33-year-old woman is facing multiple charges following an incident in Randolph.

Police say they executed a search warrant at Forest Street, apartment D, on September 19.

The purpose of this warrant was to look for stolen property as part of the investigation into the burglary that occurred at Goddard College on September 3.

During the execution of the warrant, Kaeleigh Demers, of Randolph, allegedly attempted to flee the scene and provided false information to law enforcement.

After being apprehended, she was brought to the hospital for treatment of injuries she sustained while attempting to flee.

She was later issued a citation for the charges of resisting arrest and providing false information to police.

During the search of the residence, police say they located some of the stolen property from the Goddard College burglary.

Troopers also located approximately 67 bags of suspected heroin, a substantial amount of suspected cocaine, and various paraphernalia consistent with drug use/distribution.

Police say that Corey Couture, of Randolph, was responsible for the drugs and stolen property.

Couture’s whereabouts are unknown at this time, and anyone with knowledge of his whereabouts should contact Trooper Lambert at the Berlin barracks 802-229-9191.

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