Woman arrested for violating order of protection

A Fort Edward woman was arrested last Monday for violating an order of protection, her second such offense in as many weeks.

Emily A. Ross-Parcels, 28, was charged with second-degree criminal contempt, a class A misdemeanor.

She is accused of having initiated contact with a subject who has an order of protection against her.

The incident was just the latest in a string of arrests involving Ross-Parcels.

She was charged the same offense on July 27 in the village of Granville and a warrant for her arrest was issued.

On June 14, she was charged with second-degree harassment and petit larceny following an incident in which she was accused of shoving a person she had been in a relationship with and stealing a family pet.

She was arrested again the following day for violating an order of protection and was charged with criminal contempt and released.

Following the latest instance, she was arraigned in Whitehall Village court and sent to the Washington County Correctional Facility for lack of $5,000 bail or $10,000 bond.

The arrest was handled by patrolman Jeffrey Grenier.

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