Two men cited for disorderly conduct over pigs blocking road in Orleans

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ORLEANS — Vermont State Police cited two men for aggravated disorderly conduct after a fight erupted on Maple Street over pigs blocking the road, authorities said.

The incident occurred at 5:13 p.m. on April 26 when police were called to the scene following reports of the animals obstructing traffic.

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Calls later indicated that Ty Morrison, 37, of Orleans, and Michael Cyr, 57, of Brownington, were engaged in a physical altercation in the same location.

Upon arrival, troopers found Morrison and Cyr amidst a heated dispute, which reportedly began over the presence of the pigs, which neither man owned or was responsible for.

The confrontation escalated to violent and tumultuous behavior, alarming onlookers and disrupting the peace.

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Both Morrison and Cyr received citations to appear in Orleans County Superior Court to face charges related to the incident.

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