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Littleton man indicted on burglary and robbery charges
Robbery is a Class A felony; burglary is a Class B felony.
Sarah E. Day, 31, of 198 Cascadnac Avenue in Hartford, Vt., is charged with two counts of possession of a narcotic/controlled drug between Jan. 1 and Sept. 20, 2013, in Lebanon.
Bradley is accused of placing others in danger of serious bodily injury by operating a Dodge truck at excessive speeds in residential neighborhoods, including on Jones Avenue, Powers Street, Whitcomb Avenue, Seminary Hill and Batchelder Avenue.
Fligg, while believing a Vermont case was about to be instituted against him for using a motor vehicle without consent and driving while intoxicated, threatened to murder Adrianne Harris for, according to the indictments, telling authorities Fligg had taken her vehicle without her consent and that he was intoxicated.
The charges are Class B felonies.
LaBreck is accused of assaulting Elizabeth Nye in the face with his hands and/or fist, causing fractures to her jaw. The charge is a Class B felony.
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