• YouTube video leads to assault arrest
    July 13,2013

    BURLINGTON — Police in the Vermont city of Burlington have arrested a 19-year-old woman after a downtown assault was posted on YouTube.

    Police say they received a call about a fight on Church Street on Thursday afternoon but didn’t find one. On Friday, police say a woman came to the department to speak with an officer about the alleged attack. Police say she had minor injuries.

    Police said they found that a video of the fight between the two women had been posted to YouTube.

    Police say Teesha Marie Miles was arrested Friday on charges of simple assault and unlawful mischief. She also was issued a city ordinance ticket for disorderly conduct and 24-hour no-trespass notice for the Church Street Marketplace. It was unclear if she was being represented by an attorney.

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