Man and woman accused of using vulgar language and aggressive behavior while trespassing at Case Middle School, police say

WATERTOWN, NY —  A man and woman are accused of trespassing at Case Middle School, according to the Watertown Police Department.

Natosha S. Butts, 33, of 207 Wealtha Ave., Apt. 659-C, Watertown, and Quintel E. Flowers, 36, Dexter, were each charged Friday morning, Jan. 6, at the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building with third-degree criminal trespass at a school, a misdemeanor.

Police say both used vulgar language and aggressive behavior after being told numerous times to leave Case Middle School, 1237 Washington St., at about 2:41 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 3.

They are each summoned to appear in City Court at a later date.