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A well-known South Burlington coin and jewelry businessman – who police say accepted valuable stolen property from burglars and thieves – has pleaded guilty to failing to keep proper anti-theft records for precious metals and other treasures received at his store, court records show.

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Sgt. Chris Bataille of the South Burlington Police Department has his badge pinned by his daughter after taking his oath of office from Chief Shawn Burke.

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In the early morning hours of Jan. 16, an incident at the DoubleTree Hotel on Williston Road endangered the lives of guests, employees and police.

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UPPER DARBY TOWNSHIP, Pa. — A man who led police in a multi-state manhunt before being taken into custody in Pennsylvania, has a violent past that included an arrest in South Burlington.

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The Vermont State Police reported that a milk tanker flipped onto its side at approximately 5:28 p.m. on Dec. 25 on Interstate 189 East, near the Dorset Street exit.

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Several South Burlington Police Officers responded to a business on Farrell Street for a report of a fight, and one man was arrested for the second time in two days on a trespassing charge.

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The South Burlington Fire Department helped make this year’s Operation Fire Cuffs another success. Led by members of fire, rescue, and law enforcement communities around the state, the annual toy drive delivered gifts to patients Dec. 20 at t…

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A domestic disturbance call at the Swiss Host Motel on Williston Road ended with the arrest of a South Burlington man.

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An employee at a local senior living facility has been charged with diverting pain medication from a resident.

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Officer Aaron Schwartz, right, was sworn in as a member of the South Burlington Police Department last week by City Clerk Donna Kinville.