An incident outside of the Orleans County Courthouse in Newport on Monday led to the arrest of a male suspect

An incident outside of the Orleans County Courthouse in Newport on Monday led to the arrest of a male suspect and a search by police for a female suspect. Dylan G. Gingues, 35, of Bellows Falls, pleaded not guilty in Orleans Superior Court on Wednesday to felony charges of obstruction of justice and impeding a public officer. Judge Lisa A. Warren set bail at $10,000 and conditions of release. State Police say they were attempting to execute a court order by picking-up two juveniles who had been ordered into the custody of the Vermont DCF when Gingues and the female suspect allegedly interfered. Tpr. Adam Aremburg in his report  said “I could see a shirtless male wearing plaid cargo shirts with a revolver strapped to his hip.”  “The female was wearing a pink dress with brown braided hair….The two juveniles rushed toward a pewter colored GMC Yukon with furniture strapped to the top and got into the back seat as the male with a revolver strapped to his hip said, “get on in there.” Gingues is then accused of slamming the car doors shut. Police said the female suspect then got into the driver’s seat and drove away with the juveniles in the car. The female was later identified by police as Shylo Bourdeau, 35, of Lowell. As of Tuesday afternoon, police were still looking for Bourdeau for allegedly committing custodial interference, obstruction of justice and impeding a public officer. Police say they believe that Bourdeau is the mother of the children and Gingues is her boyfriend.