Montpelier man faces pot charge, disorderly conductMay 03,2012
MONTPELIER — A Montpelier man is facing charges of disorderly conduct and possession of marijuana after an incident over the weekend.
Joshua Breer, 30, was in Barre criminal court Monday, where he pleaded not guilty to the charges.
According to court papers, police were called to a Terrace Street residence on April 27 for the report of a domestic dispute allegedly involving Breer and the son of a woman with whom he was living.
The following day, Breer went to the Montpelier Police Department to speak with the officer he had dealt with the day before. He reportedly became agitated and disorderly in the lobby of the station. Later the same day, police were again called to the Terrace Street location after Breer allegedly broke the window in a door. Breer also allegedly “trashed” the apartment, according to police and court documents.
Breer was taken into custody, and during a search of his person, police discovered he was in possession of marijuana and a glass pipe.
If convicted, Breer could face up to eight months in prison and be fined not more than $1,000.MORE IN This Just In
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