Man cited for disturbing peace, stalking in Lyndon

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LYNDON — Vermont State Police have cited a Morrisville man for alleged threatening behavior and stalking via electronic communications toward a Lyndon woman.

Troopers received a complaint late on June 3 that Chase Petrolito, 38, was making threatening comments over social media directed at Jenna Perry, 39.

Following an investigation, authorities concluded that Petrolito had violated laws pertaining to disturbing the peace by use of telephone or other electronic devices, as well as stalking.

Petrolito was located on June 6 and subsequently issued a citation to appear at the Caledonia County Superior Court – Criminal Division on July 1 at 8:30 a.m.

The court will address charges stemming from the incident alleged to have occurred in June.

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