• 3 arrested in burglary-shop-drug scheme
     | July 23,2014

    BRADFORD — Vermont State Police have charged three people in connection with burglaries at several homes in which the stolen items were swapped for drugs at a consignment shop.

    Police have accused Troy Perry, the owner of Seasons Consignment Shop in Bradford, of trading methadone and marijuana in place of cash for the stolen items, which include a rifle and ammunition. They found about 100 marijuana plants in his home.

    Perry was issued a citation to appear in Orange County Court in September on multiple drug charges, possession of stolen property, and use of a firearm during the sale of a drug.

    Also arrested were Kevin Fuller and Jennifer Burke, of Vershire, on charges of burglary, grand larceny and possession of stolen property.

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