Vermont police arrest Manchester man at Canadian border
October 19. 2017 4:28AM
ST. ALBANS, Vt. — A Manchester man sought as a fugitive from justice was stopped at the Canadian border and then arrested by Vermont State Police on Wednesday night.
The Vermont State Police said in a release that U.S. Customs agents at the Highgate, Vt., border station took the man into custody shortly before 5:30 p.m. after he was denied entry into Canada.
The Vermont State Police said the man, identified as Nathan Herling, 28, had an active arrest warrant on him out of Merrimack County in New Hampshire on charges of burglary and receiving stolen property.
State Troopers out of the St. Albans barracks took Herling into custody. He was then taken to the Northwest State Correctional Facility in Swanton, Vt., and held on $5,000 bail. He is next scheduled to appear in Franklin County Superior Court, Criminal Division.