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Woman Charged with Assaulting Firefighter

Ingrid Bochman allegedly assaulted her husband before calling 911



    Woman Charged with Assaulting Firefighter
    Salem Police
    Ingrid Bochman

    A New Hampshire woman is facing charges after the allegedly assaulted a firefighter who was trying to assist her on Sunday.

    Ingrid Bochman, 61, of Salem, is charged with one count of domestic violence assault and one count of simple assault. She was released on $1,000 personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to appear in Salem District Court on July 13.

    Salem Police and Fire responded to Michaelson's home on Old Rockingham Road around 7 p.m. Sunday for an abandoned 911 call. Dispatchers were able to call the residence and spoke with a female occupant who began to make suicidal threats. When police arrived, they learned that the woman had assaulted her husband before calling 911.

    As the woman was being treated by fire personnel, she became combative and pushed one of the firefighters, striking him in the chest.

    She was taken to a local hospital for evaluation and later arrested.

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