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December 28, 2019

New Haven Barracks- Theft/Vandalism

New Haven Barracks- Theft /Vandalism







CASE#: 19B503651,19B503652, 19B503644

RANK/TROOPER FULL NAME: Trooper Jacqueline June                         

STATION: New Haven                    

CONTACT#: (802) 388-4919


DATE/TIME: 12/26/19 & 12/27/19, between the hours of 1630-2345 hours

INCIDENT LOCATION: Sand Road, US Route 7, and Dakin Road, Ferrisburgh,VT; Route 66, Waltham,VT; Rotax Road and Pond Road, Monkton,VT; MacDonough Dr., Vergennes,VT


VIOLATION: Theft, Vandalism


ACCUSED: Unknown

AGE: Unknown



VICTIM: Multiple




On 12/27/19, at approximately 0905 hours, Troopers received a report of stolen mailboxes on Sand Road in the Town of Ferrisburgh. Investigation revealed that 11 mailboxes had been taken or removed from posts in the ground. The missing mailboxes were later located at a fishing access on Fort Cassin Road in the Town of Ferrisburgh.


On 12/27/2019 at approximately 1700 hours Officers from the Vergennes Police Department received a report of a stolen mailbox on MacDonough Dr.


On 12/28/19, at approximately 0823 hours, Troopers received a report of additional stolen and damaged mailboxes from various areas in Waltham, Ferrisburgh, and Monkton, VT. Shortly after receiving this report, another report was received of numerous mailboxes located at the South Slang fishing access on Hawkins Road in the Town of Ferrisburgh. Upon arrival, Troopers located 8 mailboxes on the ice-covered portion of the fishing access. At this time Troopers have received three additional reports of mailboxes that had been damaged but located at various locations in Addison County.


Through further investigation it was determined the thefts and vandalisms occurred between approximately 1630 hours and 2345 hours throughout Addison County.


The Vermont State Police is requesting assistance in identifying the individuals responsible for these incidents. Anyone with information regarding these incidents are encouraged to contact the Vermont State Police-New Haven Barracks (802)388-4919. 




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Tpr. Jacqueline June

Ve​rmont State Police

Troop B- New Haven Barracks

Tel: (802)388-4919

Fax: (802)453-7918