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Vt. family arrested at Canobie Lake Park after altercation with police over knives
From top left, Joshua Perry, 23; Brian Perry, 18; E. Allan Perry, 45; Damian Perry, 18; Ashley Perry, 20 were arrested by Salem police on Monday. COURTESY
The family was told by park security officers that knives they were carrying on their belts had to be left in their car and could not be taken into the park, police said.
Police warned one family member who they said was yelling profanities to calm down. After several warnings, he was told he was under arrest, police said.
The melee set off a larger police response. Once back-up officers arrived, the mother of the family faked a seizure, police said. She was examined by paramedics and released at the scene.
Joshua Perry, 23, of Sutton, Vt., charged with felony riot, resisting arrest, criminal trespass and disorderly conduct. He was held this morning on $5,000 cash bail pending his arraignment.
E. Allan Perry, 45, of Lyndon, Vt., charged with felony riot, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, second-degree assault and criminal trespassing. He was held on $5,000 cash bail.
Ashley Perry, 20, of Sutton, Vt., charged with disorderly conduct and criminal tresspassing. She was released on $5,000 personal recognizance bail.
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