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April 29. 2014 7:41PM

Four teens charged in Bennington home burglary

BENNINGTON — Four area teens have been arrested and charged with last month’s Bible Hill Road home burglary in which a handgun and cash were taken.

Police Chief Steve Campbell said Tuesday that his department followed up on leads and interviewed numerous people leading to the discovery of several of the stolen items.

“We did recover some evidence, some of the physical property that was taken,” he said.

Frederick Lombard, 17, of Antrim, was arrested April 23 and charged with burglary.

He was released on $50,000 personal recognizance bail. His arraignment is set for June 5.Also on April 23, Nicolas Warren, 18, of Bennington, and Jordan McKee, 17, of Bennington, were arrested and charged with burglary.Both were arraigned on the charge last Thursday and held on $50,000 cash bail.

They are being held at the Hillsborough County House of Corrections in Manchester awaiting probable cause hearings set for Friday.

Bryan Geddes-Lozeau, 18, of Bennington, was arrested Friday and charged with burglary.He was arraigned on Monday and is being held in the Hillsborough House of Corrections in lieu of $50,000 cash bail, awaiting his May 8 probable cause hearing.
The burglary occurred March 29, Campbell said. The residents returned from work to find their home had been entered and a safe inside the home had been broken into, Campbell said. Items taken included a Sig Sauer 45-caliber hand gun, cash, a computer, silver coins, a PS3 gaming system, prescription drugs and jewelry. Campbell would not say which items were recovered and which ones are still missing.

Police are still investigating to determine if the missing items were sold or discarded, he said.

mpierce@newstote.com


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