A Vernon woman with a history of public scuffles was charged with interfering, second-degree breach of peace and third-degree assault after an incident on Thursday, police said.
Lisa Gilbert, 42, of 164 West Main St., was taken into custody at 7:44 p.m. on Thursday police said. She allegedly hit a man after an argument, police said.
Gilbert was involved in two other boisterous incidents over the past year-and-a-half, according to police records. Last October, Gilbert opened the door of a police cruiser after her son was arrested. Five months before that, she was involved in a stabbing incident in Rockville in which police had to slowly transport a victim a short distance to the hospital on the hood of a patrol cruiser.
In Sept. 2012, Gilbert was sentenced to two years suspended after time served with two years probation for criminal attempt at possessing narcotics, according to judicial system records.