One of the suspects in the kidnapping and assault of a Barnet man last fall has been arrested again for allegedly violating conditions of release in Brattleboro. Sydney J. Clark-Adams, 24, who has pleaded not guilty to felony charges of assault and robbery and accessory to kidnapping, was released from pre-trial detention on conditions after posting $25,000 bail in November. But Brattleboro Police say they arrested Clark-Adams in December after she was found in violation of her court-ordered curfew and without her court-appointed custodian — her mother, Marta Adams. Caledonia County State’s Attorney Jessica Zaleski then filed a motion with the court to review and modify Clark-Adams’ conditions of release. “She is unable to follow her conditions of release and has incurred new charges as a result,” wrote Zaleski in her motion. “Given the violent nature of the offense as alleged in this docket, as well as Ms. Clark-Adams apparent continued involvement with illegal drug activity, the state has concerns with respect to both flight and public safety.” Clark-Adams, who goes by the street name of “Ruby Rose,” is from Townsend, Vt. She has pleaded not guilty to charges alleging that she helped accused Connecticut drug dealer, Jashawn Hunter, aka Rico, 33, kidnap, beat and rob Barnet resident, Matthew Goodell, 26. She is facing a possible sentence of up to life in prison if convicted on the charges.