Pair deny they broke into Mr. G’sApril 26,2013Pair deny they
broke into Mr. G’s
WESTMINSTER — Two Bellows Falls men pleaded innocent Wednesday at criminal court in Brattleboro for allegedly breaking into and stealing items from a Westminster business.
Brian Brownell, 30, and Aaron Bush, 25, were each charged with three counts of burglary, two counts of unlawful mischief and possession of stolen property.
Vermont State Police responded to a burglary at Mr. G’s Warehouse on Route 5 and pulled over two people who matched the description of those seen leaving the warehouse.
Several watches and pieces of jewelry were found in their possession, and they tried to break into two other locations in the area, according to Trooper Ryan Wood.
A status conference has not been set for Brownell but Bush has a pre-trial date set for June 10, according to criminal court.
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