Assault and Robbery, Retail Theft, Interference with Access to Emergency Services, Arrest on Warrant
Korbyn Bacon, 25, of Bellows Falls, VT
On 12/28/2020 at approximately 4:40 AM Brattleboro Police were alerted to a robbery at a local Canal Street business. Responding officers were told that the suspect claimed to have a weapon and that he had fled on foot. A description of the suspect was given and a short time later officers were able to locate him at another nearby business. The suspect was identified as Korbyn Bacon and he was taken into custody without incident. A search ended in locating stolen items but no weapon. Investigation showed that Bacon intimidated a female victim before stealing items within her possession. The victim was not physically injured. Bacon was also found to have an active Vermont arrest warrant. The warrant was issued when Bacon absconded from corrections custody while on probation stemming from a prior conviction of Assault and Robbery. Bacon was held in lieu of bail and is scheduled to appear in court on 12/28/2020 to answer to the above charges.
Cheryl Tine, 62, of Brattleboro, VT
On 6/27/20 Brattleboro Police responded to a residence on Brattle St. for a report of a Domestic Assault.
Investigation revealed that Cheryl Tine, a 62 year old female from Brattleboro, had assaulted a family member, and put another individual in fear for their safety. Investigation also revealed that she interfered with one of the victims attempting to call 911.
Tine was placed under arrest, and transported to the Brattleboro Police Department. There she was processed, and released on Court Ordered Conditions of Release.
Tine was issued a citation for Domestic Assault, Simple Assault, and Interference with Access to Emergency Services. Tine will appear at Windham County Superior Court on 6/29/20 to answer her charges.
Domestic assault, Unlawful restraint, Interference with access to emergency services, sexual assault.
Craig Jacobsen, 31, of Brattleboro, VT
On 5/23/20 at approximately 2:15PM Officers of the Brattleboro Police department received a domestic assault complaint. The victim called to report her husband, Craig C.Jacobsen, had assaulted her. After assaulting his wife, Jacobsen removed all electronic devices, blocking her from calling for help and refused to allow her to leave the residence for over twenty four hours before she was able to flee as he slept. The victim was evaluated for minor injuries.
Jacobsen was located hiding in the attic of his residence. He was taken into custody and ordered held without bail until arraignment on 5/26/20.