LYNDON — Four people from Newark were arrested on Tuesday in connection to a local theft.
Police say they opened an investigation on Tuesday into the theft of 7 catalytic converters from RCT busses at the Rural Community Transport facility on Industrial Parkway in Lyndon.
Following an investigation, police identified the suspects as Gary Bolton, 33, and a 15-year-old juvenile who had removed the catalytic converters from the busses.
Police identified accomplices to the crime as Cheyenne Spreadbury, 25, and Shannon Rainey, 41.
Spreadbury and Rainey allegedly drove a vehicle used to transport Bolton and the juvenile, as well as the stolen catalytic converters, to and from the RCT facility.
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Police say all four suspects were located at a residence in Newark, where Lyndonville Police assisted the state police in executing a search warrant for a separate case.
All four were taken into custody or released by VSP for their investigation.
Bolton was charged with larceny, unlawful mischief, and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Spreadbury and Rainey were charged with aiding in the commission of a felony and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
The juvenile was charged with larceny and unlawful mischief.