Man arrested in domestic dispute call; officer injured

A police officer was assaulted during an altercation at a domestic dispute call on Thursday night.

The officer’s injuries were minor, said police.

Police reported that at approximately 2:50 p.m. on Thursday, officers responded to unit 167 of 200 Blakeslee St. to investigate a complaint of a domestic disturbance.  Further investigation found the suspect hiding in a closet and resisting the officer’s commands to come out and show his hands, said police.

Bristol police said the suspect eventually came out and a struggle ensued with the officers as well as a police K-9. The officers were able to gain control of the suspect and handcuff him however one of the officers sustained a minor injury, said police.

The suspect also spit in the face of one officers and attempted to bite the officer, said police.

Gregory Lamboy, 29, of unit 167, 200 Blakeslee St. was charged with assault on a police officer, interfering with a police officer, criminal violation of a protective order, criminal trespass in the first degree, assault in the third degree,  risk of injury to a minor, breach of peace in the second degree, and possession of less than a half ounce of marijuana.

The investigation revealed that Lamboy had assaulted the female inside the residence and had a protective order against him to refrain from any contact with the female, said police.

In addition to the other charges, police said Lamboy also was charged with two counts of failure to appear in the Second Degree on outstanding arrest warrants.

Lamboy was held on a total bond of $175,000 for the domestic arrest as well as the two failure to appear warrants and was to be arraigned at the Superior Court in Bristol Friday morning.bristol police patch