More charges leveled in burglary ring

BRATTLEBORO - At the request of the Windham County State's Attorney's Office, the Windham Superior Court, Criminal Division, issued warrants for three men believed to be involved in a burglary ring that broke into homes and businesses in Vermont and New Hampshire.

All three of the men are currently in jail in the Granite State. Cody Loewe, 20, was charged with 41 counts, including burglary, attempted burglary and unlawful mischief.

Dillon Lange, 20, was charged with 21 crimes, including burglary, aiding in the commission of a felony and unlawful mischief. Logan Critchfield, 22, was charged with seven crimes, including burglary, aiding in the commission of a felony and unlawful mischief.

They are scheduled to appear in court at a later date.

The investigation is ongoing and according to authorities more people may be accused of being part of the ring. The three were previously identified as persons of interest in the burglaries as were Criscenzo Ruggiero, 20, Averyl Schwanda, 23, Alivia Lawrence, 19, Roman Foster, 19, and Zachariah McAllister, 20.

Last week, Travis J. Noyes, 20, and Lance E. Thomas, 18, both of Rockingham, and Christopher A. Goldschmidt, 18, of Athens, each pleaded not guilty to their involvement in the burglaries and were released on conditions.

Locations that were burglarized included John's Car Care and Community Feed Store in Westminster; Mike & Tammy's in Londonderry; the Saxtons River Village Market, Emerson's Garage, Pleasant Valley Brewing and the Dish on Main in Saxtons River; Harlow's Sugarhouse, Santa's Land, Morning Glorious, Basketville and the Putney Diner in Putney; WW Building Supply Store in Newfane; Top of the Hill Grill, Windham County Vet Clinic, Grafton Village Cheese, Supreme Fitness and Curves in Brattleboro; and the Rockingham Transfer Station.


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