Lyndonville police arrest two on multiple charges including child cruelty

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LYNDONVILLE — Two men were arrested on June 7 after a traffic stop on New Boston Road led to the discovery of a probation violation warrant and a violation of court-ordered release conditions.

At approximately 7 p.m., officers from the Lyndonville Police Department conducted a stop for motor vehicle violations.

Linden Ide, 45, of Barnet, was found to be driving after criminal suspension due to a previous DUI and in breach of court-ordered conditions of release.

The passenger, Antino Pepper, 27, of St. Johnsbury, was found to have an active warrant for a probation violation related to an underlying charge of cruelty to a child.

Pepper was arrested and taken to the Northeast Regional Correctional Facility with bail set at $200 cash or surety.

Ide was cited to appear in Caledonia Superior Court on July 22 at 8:30 a.m. The Vermont State Police provided assistance at the scene.

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