A Railroad Street resident thought there was a professional wrestling match going on in the apartment above him just after midnight on May 12

A Railroad Street resident thought there was a professional wrestling match going on in the apartment above him just after midnight on May 12. But police say it was an assault with teeth by a homeless St. Johnsbury woman. Victoria Sherman, 31, pleaded not guilty in Caledonia Superior Court on Monday to a misdemeanor charge of simple assault and was released on conditions. “I was forwarded a caller by dispatch regarding a disturbance in the 438 Railroad Street building,” wrote St. Johnsbury Police Ofc. Robert Gerrish. “The caller reported that he heard ongoing fighting in the unit above him and it sounded like somebody had gotten thrown to the floor.’” Ofc. Gerrish responded to a third-floor apartment in the building.  “We found an extremely intoxicated Victoria Sherman without a shirt on and an agitated lmani Page, 27, and Scott Moore, 52, stating that Sherman needed to go. Page had substantial bleeding from a finger on her right hand which she stated that Sherman had bit.” “I advised Sherman she was not under arrest and asked her to tell me what happened tonight,” wrote Ofc. Gerrish. “Sherman made the statement ‘I bit her.’” Sherman was then arrested and provided a preliminary breath test to police which measured her blood alcohol content at .163. Sherman faces a possible sentence of up to one year in jail and a $1,000 fine.

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