8 arrests made in string of burglaries in Bradford area
BRADFORD, Vt. (WCAX) - Multiple people face charges following a slew of burglaries in the Upper Valley.
The Bradford Police say the thefts took place between late April and mid-May at a variety of locations including the Bradford Veneer Mill, Smith’s Auto Body Shop, Bradford Car Wash and homes on North Main Street.
On May 6, police raided the Bradford Motel and arrested Dana Satterfield, 51, of Bradford, in connection with the car wash break-in.
On May 17, police returned to the motel and arrested William Bohan, 29, and Cassie Tomberlin, 39, both of Bradford. Police say they found stolen property from a North Main Street residence in addition to crystal meth, heroin, fentanyl and other drugs.
Three days later, police arrested Dominic Bailey, 56, of Vershire. They say he was in possession of many stolen items from various burglaries. They say he had previous weapons and narcotics charges and remains in federal custody.
On the same day, police also arrested Kenneth Hodge, 38, and Denyel Coffin, 34, both of Fairlee, at a home on Batchelder Road. They say they were in possession of stolen firearms, tools and electronic equipment. Police also seized heroin and fentanyl.
Back at the motel, officers also arrested Thomas Metcalf, 31, and Kayla Cassady, 28, both of Bradford, in connection with an unreported theft from a car. Police also found heroin in their room.
Bradford Police believe many of the items stolen are from the Upper Valley and as far away as Williston. If you believe you may have been a victim, call Bradford Police.
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