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On June 24. at 5 p.m., the Vermont State Police was contacted by a representative from Sterling College, reporting multiple items had been stolen from a student storage space and administrative offices located at 16 Sterling Drive in Craftsbury. A list of items stolen include, 6 to 8 necklaces, Airpods, Jasper Hill gift certificate, Whetstone gift certificate, Cork and Fork gift certificate, two bottles of Wild Branch Cider, two glasses, jewelry from a Pandora box, wooden cutting board, dishcloth shaped like a chicken, Hardflower basket gift certificate, bottle of vodka, four Sterling College inReach Satellite devices, Sterling College satellite phone, a flip phone, charging cables, envelopes containing donation money, a sheep hide, $20 to $60 of cash. The investigation is ongoing at this time Anyone with information regarding this incident, please contact the Vermont State Police – Derby Barracks, Trooper Kali Lindor at (802) 334-8881.

On July 8, officers from the Berlin Police Department were called to 57 Poplar St. in Berlin for a report of a domestic disturbance. While investigating the disturbance, officers determined Tyler Ehmann, of Marshfield, to have three active warrants out for her arrest with a total of $1,200 bail.

Ehmann was processed at the Berlin Police Department for Fugitive from Justice. Ehmann was lodged at the Chittenden Correctional Facility and issued a citation into Vermont Superior Court Washington Criminal Division on July 8, at 12:30 p.m.

Point of Clarification: The Berlin Police Department has no control over bail or incarceration. Those matters are handled by the judicial system, including the judges, court clerks, and the state attorney’s office.

The State Police Report is based on information provided by the police and is not a comprehensive list of police activity. Individuals named in the police report are presumed to be innocent until they plead or are found guilty in court.

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