A West Danville man is accused of vandalizing the inside of a Lyndonville store, groping an employee, attacking two people, taking his clothes off, and then touching himself in front of two customers. Ethan Brittain, 21, pleaded not guilty in Caledonia Superior Court on Monday to misdemeanor charges of unlawful mischief, two counts of simple assault, and felony lewd and lascivious conduct. He was then released on conditions by Judge Justin Jiron. Tpr. Pearson was called to the Cumberland Farms store in Lyndonville at 4:11 a.m. on Sunday morning for a report that a male subject, later identified by police as Ethan Brittain, was inside the store destroying property. Police later located Brittain at his parent’s house in West Danville. Brittain was then transported to the St. Johnsbury Vermont State Police Barracks, where he admitted ingesting “shrooms,” smoking marijuana and drinking two fireball shots and three Twisted Teas, according to the report.
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