WILLISTON — Since December 2013, there were multiple burglaries in Chittenden, Franklin, and Lamoille counties, including the towns of Westford, Underhilll, Jericho, Milton, Fletcher, and East Fairfield. The items stolen and method of burglary revealed a pattern of crime.
Through the course of the investigation, law enforcement officials learned that Kyle Tetreault, age 23 of Ferrisburgh, and Scott Taylor, age 20 of Milton, were responsible for the two month long burglary spree crossing three counties of Vermont.
Taylor and Tetreault were taken into custody and lodged at the Chittenden County Correctional Facility. Taylor was arrested for nine counts of burglary and held for a lack of $100,000 bail.
Tetreault was arrested for four outstanding Vermont warrants for sexual assault, petty larceny, unlawful trespass, careless and negligent driving, and a work crew violation. Tetreault is also being held on a Failure to Appear warrant out of New Hampshire for felony possession of heroin. He is being held without bail. Burglary charges for Tetreault are pending.
The Vermont State Police, in cooperation with several other local agencies, have recovered many of the items stolen during the burglaries, including flat screen televisions, computers, tools, and jewelry. They are working to return property to the victims.
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