Woman arrested in DV assault on police officer husband says she's victim

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Sarah Letendre (Facebook photo)

ROLLINSFORD - Police are on the lookout for a Rollinsford woman charged in a domestic assault against her husband, who is a Dover Police officer.

But Sarah Letendre, who was arrested by Rollinsford police on Friday, said on her Facebook page on Tuesday that it was her husband, a former MMA fighter, who attacked her breaking four of her ribs.

Letendre, 34, has been charged with domestic violence assault, obstructing report of a crime and resisting arrest.

Police sought to arrest Letendre during a traffic stop on Saturday due to her violating a no-contact order, but she fled the scene when the officer touched her.

"Fortunately, the officer released his grip on her and was not injured as a result," Rollinsford Police Chief Robert Ducharme wrote in a news release issued Monday.

Rollinsford police plan to press additional charges of reckless conduct, violation of a protective order, resisting arrest, disobeying an officer and breach of bail conditions.

The Dover Police officer's name has not been released since he has not been charged. Dover Police Chief William Breault was not immediately available for comment.

Attempts to reach Letendre today were also not successful.

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