Randolph man pleads guilty to domestic assault

Published: 10/22/2022 1:37:00 AM
Modified: 10/22/2022 1:37:22 AM

CHELSEA — A 23-year old Randolph man who led police on a manhunt and which forced Vermont Technical College to go into lockdown in 2021 following violent incidents with family members has pleaded guilty and been sentenced to prison.

Cyle Carpenter pleaded guilty to 2021 charges of domestic assault and criminal threatening and a 2022 charge of eluding a police officer in Orange Superior Court in Chelsea on October 19 and sentenced to serve from one month to 24 months in prison, according to court records.

Carpenter, 21 at the time, fled an East Bethel Road residence following a family disturbance and was reported to have a weapon and headed in the direction of VTC before he was taken into custody without incident. The 2021 incident forced VTC to go into lockdown for two hours.

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