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Man Accused of Trailhead Thefts, Other Crimes


Vermont State Police have made an arrest of a man the believe is responsible for breaking into cars at area trailheads among other crimes.

On March 9, police said they charged Jake F. Desjadon, 30, of Vergennes with burlgary, grand larceny, selling stolen property, resisting arrest and unlawful mischief following an investigation by troopers in the New Haven Barracks that began with the theft of an ATV and trailer in Essex.

Desjadon was recorded on security cameras at the scene. Police executed a search warrant at Desjadon's storage locker and located what police said was "a host of stolen property from car smash and grabs at local trailheads," as well as property from other burglaries.

Desjadon was found hiding on his apartment roof and taken into custody and jailed with $75,000 bail.


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