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The woman accused of grabbing the notes of conservative speaker, Lucian Wintrich, which sparked chaos on the University of Connecticut campus, has been identified as Catherine Gregory.
Gregory is said to be a “student adviser” at Quinebaug Valley Community College. She was seen in the now viral video taking Wintrich’s notes off of a podium during his Nov. 28 speech.
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A student adviser at a community college faces charges after police said she grabbed the notes of a conservative speaker and sparked chaos on the University of Connecticut campus.
Gregory was arrested on Sunday night and charged with sixth-degree larceny, criminal attempt and disorderly conduct.
She is scheduled to face a judge on Wednesday.
Wintrich, 29, faces breach of peace charges in court on Monday.
The viral video showed him dragging a Gregory to the ground during a college Republicans-sponsored event on Nov. 28.
The whole thing caused an eruption on the Storrs campus which eventually lead to Wintrich’s arrest.
Wintrich said his reaction was completely justified.
He is a writer for a conservative website called the Gateway Pundit. source
He was in the middle of delivering a speech called “It’s OK to be white” when Gregory took the notes.
Since the visit, UConn said it has implemented a stricter vetting process for speaking engagements that could post a safety risk.
Monday will be Wintrich’s first court appearance.
He’s due in Rockville Superior Court.
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