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Police raid in St. Albans leads to arrest

ST. ALBANS — A 44-year-old man was arrested on multiple charges in St. Albans yesterday.

Police say they conducted a search warrant at a residence on Lake Street at around 10:30 a.m.

This search warrant included members of the State Police Tactical Services Unit and Field Force Division, the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles, and the St. Albans Police Department.

Police say this search warrant was conducted following a multi-agency investigation into vehicle and property thefts in the Chittenden County and Franklin County areas.

No arrests were made during the Lake Street search warrant, but the evidence was seized tying Zachariah Parker to the charges of aggravated operation without owner’s consent, eluding law enforcement while operating in a grossly negligent manner, grossly negligent operation, and habitual offender.

Shortly after this search warrant was conducted, Parker was arrested in Essex on four arrest warrants, along with a charge of resisting arrest.

Police say these arrest warrants were for offenses including aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, unlawful trespass, operation without owner’s consent, petit larceny, and failing to appear in court.

Parker was arraigned today in Chittenden County on those charges.

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