DOUGLAS – A woman from Douglas faces charges after she confronted a couple demonstrating support for President Trump at the intersection of Main St. and Webster St. on Saturday, October 17.
The Douglas Police Department received several 911 calls about the disturbance around noon on Saturday.
According to Douglas Police, about a half hour after the couple began demonstrating, Kiara Dudley, 34, of Douglas, arrived to demand they leave.
As the couple was moving away from Dudley, she allegedly bumped into the 73-year-old man, causing him to drop his sign. While he was picking it up, Dudley allegedly bumped him again, causing the man to fall and injure his finger.
Dudley was arrested and released on $250 cash bail. She faces a charge of Assault and Battery on an Elderly Person Causing Injury.