Three people were issued citations Wednesday afternoon to appear in criminal court in St. Albans for a multitude of charges, including aggravated assault.
According to police, a 911 caller reported a male standing in the middle of Route 105, about a mile east of the Route 104. That male, later identified as Corey Levesque, 23, of Sheldon, was attempting to attack Darren Totten, 48, of St. Albans who was waiting alongside the road to get his mail.
Two other people, identified as Alice Edwards, 45, of St. Albans, and Angel Kanton, 23, of Sheldon, were also involved with the incident, according to police.
Totten told police that a vehicle pulled up alongside and began threatening him and started a verbal dispute. That lead to the three exiting the vehicle to confront and assault Totten.
County Courier Publisher Gregory Lamoureux was traveling through the area, and captured some of the incident on a dash camera inside his vehicle. That dash camera footage, as well as witness testimony, lead police to charge Levesque with Aggravated Assault, Aggravated Disorderly Conduct, and Criminal Threatening.
Edwards and Kanton were both charged with Aggravated Assault, Disorderly Conduct, Aiding in the Commission of a Felony, and Criminal Threatening.
The three are set to appear in Criminal court to answer to those charges on August 12th.
Police are looking to identify a fourth person involved, a female who was driving the vehicle at the time of the incident.
Authorities say Totten was not injured in the course of the incident.