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Woman cited with trespassing in town of Lyme residence


CHAUMONT — A woman who has filed suit against a Jefferson County sheriff’s detective was arrested Friday morning by the Sheriff’s Department and jailed.

Raven C. Carreira, 26, of 314 Gotham St., Watertown, was arrested by sheriff’s deputies on a charge of second-degree criminal trespass at a residence in the town of Lyme. She was arraigned before Lyme Town Justice Robin J. Curtis, who sent her to the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building, Watertown, setting bail at $1,500.

Ms. Carreira at 5:35 a.m. Friday allegedly entered through a rear window the home of James J. Randall, 8540 Route 12E, and ignored numerous orders to leave, according to the sheriff’s office.

Mr. Randall, a deputy sheriff, is Ms. Carreira’s former boyfriend. She, meanwhile, recently filed a defamation-of-character lawsuit against Detective Steven C. Cote, alleging that he told a third party that Ms. Carreira “put a threat out” against Mr. Randall.

She is serving a sentence of five years’ probation given her in March in Jefferson County Court for felony aggravated driving while intoxicated.

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