BURKE — Three men were charged Friday with burglary after allegedly invading a residence in the Town of Burke.
The alleged burglary happened just after midnight at 339 Burke-Belmont Townline Rd. in the Town of Burke, according to a State Police press release. Police determined two men had forcibly entered the home and assaulted a male victim inside, the State Police said in the release. Two other male subjects remained outside the residence, police said.
Charged with first-degree burglary, a felony, were Corey M. Davis, 20, of Burke; Cory R. Cooley, 20, of North Bangor and Ryan J. Rice, 21, of Burke. Davis, Cooley and Rice were arraigned in Burke Town Court and sent to the Franklin County Jail in lieu of $10,000 cash or $20,000 bond.
Steven C. Henault, 21, of Burke was charged with fourth-degree conspiracy and making a punishable false written statement. Henault was arraigned in Burke Town Court and released under the supervision of probation, police said.
SOUTH BURLINGTON — A former Plattsburgh man was arrested on various felony charges in Vermont.
On Jan. 20, the Hartford Police Department in Vermont arrested Jason R. Antonetti, 36, in White River Junction. He was described as a “transient” in a Vermont State Police press release.
Antonetti’s arrest was the result of a coordinated investigation conducted by a total of five law enforcement agencies, according to the release.
He allegedly was involved in numerous larcenies, police said in the release. The alleged crimes were committed in Chittenden, Washington and Windsor Counties in Vermont, police said.
Police obtained a search warrant for Antonetti’s vehicle and found stolen property inside the car, police said.
He was charged with larceny, possessing and selling stolen property, fraud and attempted fraud.
Antonetti was sent to the South Burlington Correctional Center in lieu of $12,500 bail.
He was scheduled to appear in Chittenden Superior Court Jan. 22.