Vermont State Police arrested Chad Cook, 25, of Monkton, for burglary, possession and sale of stolen property and petite larceny.
Monkton Vermont State Police arrested Chad Cook, 25, of Monkton, for burglary, possession and sale of stolen property and petite larceny.
The case involves stotlen property from residences on Hardscrabble Road in Monkton, Quaker Steert in Lincoln, Main Street in Bristol, and elsewhere.
Police allege that Cook, along with Royal Palin, 32, of Burlington, and Mildred Martin, 29, of Burlington, burglarized residences and businesses spanning from Salisbury to Burlington.
Palin was taken into custody and arraigned for his involvement and is currently being held without bail.
Martin has been cited and released and is pending arraignment for her involvement.
Police said the case is still under investigation pending identification of victims and the return of recovered property.
Bristol, South Burlington, and Burlington police officers were involved in the investigation.