A Norton woman is on diversion for a year for two charges in Norton Municipal Court. Cheryl Parish was charged with disorderly conduct in connection with an alleged December 9th incident and battery on a Law Enforcement officer in connection with an alleged December 14th incident. She entered into a one year diversion agreement. She was assessed an assessment fee in each case of 100 dollars each, court costs of 76 dollars each and the diversion fee was waived. She was ordered to 12 months probation and must attend A.A. meetings three times per week. Parish must have mental health counseling and have no contact with Mark Johnson and Anna Bullins, according to Municipal Judge Jerry Hawks.