A student adviser at a community college accused of snatching a conservative speaker's speech and igniting chaos on the University of Connecticut campus is scheduled to face a judge on Wednesday.
Catherine Gregory faces sixth-degree larceny, criminal attempt and disorderly conduct charges, according to UConn police.
Gregory, an employee of Quinebaug Valley Community College, was arrested on Sunday following the incident involving Lucian Wintrich on Nov. 28.
Wintrich, the White House correspondent for The Gateway Pundit, was invited to speak on the campus by the UConn college Republicans.
During the speech, entitled "It's ok to be white," Gregory took Wintrich's notes from a podium before heading toward the back of the room, according to police.
The incident was caught on camera.
When Wintrich realized what happened, he went after her.
The following struggle resulted in Gregory falling to the ground.
The incident also sparked some unrest on the UConn campus that resulted in vandalism.
Wintrich was initially charged with breach of peace. However, the state dropped the case against him on Monday.
Gregory is due in Rockville Superior Court.