Slocum claims he was engaged in the orderly service of legal process on Burke, the town clerk. The evidence, however, showed Slocum went to Burke’s house during the evening, between 8 and 10 p.m., rang Burke’s doorbell incessantly, shook the door handle repeatedly, and walked around the house peering in windows, leading Burke’s wife to believe someone was attempting to break into the residence and to call 911. This evidence supports the finding Slocum was disorderly. (¶¶11-20).
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