MOUNT HOLLY, Vt. (NEWS10) — A Vermont man is facing charges following an early morning domestic dispute on Monday. Chad Woodard (46, Mount Holly) allegedly was armed with a deadly weapon in a family fight.
Police say they were called to a Mount Holly residence on Vermont Route 155 for a family fight. When they got there, Woodard was allegedly armed with a deadly weapon that he was prohibited to possess and threatened to use against a family or household member, according to police. He allegedly also restrained a household member.
Amid their investigation, police say Woodard showed signs of impairment and determined he drove on a public highway. He was arrested and taken to the Rutland State Police Barracks for processing.
- First-degree aggravated domestic assault
- Second-degree unlawful restraint
- Persons prohibited from possessing firearms
- DUI #2
After he was processed, Woodard was taken and lodged at the Marble Valley Regional Correctional Facility. He will reappear in the Rutland County Superior Court on Tuesday.