Bridgewater Man Charged In 2011 Theft After DNA Match

June 26, 2012

in Bridgewater,News,Police Log

State Police report that Shawn Currier, 24, of Bridgewater Vermont has been charged with burglary, petit larceny and false information to a law enforcement officer after DNA collected at a theft at Cobb Hill Farm in Hartland on July 7 of last year was matched with Currier’s, after it was analyzed at the state laboratory.
Currier is currently incarcerated on other charges.


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Concerned Citizen July 19, 2012 at 1:15 am

This is TOTALLY FALSE there is NO WAY Shawn committed this crime he has frequented the Cobb Hill Farmstead dozens of time previous to the alleged theft and has been seen smoking there and would tend to quickly put his smoke out when a worker or children would approach due to the nature of the establishment, being that it is basically a hippie farm and would frown upon smoking on their property. His smoke could of easy been stepped on by a worker with muddy boots and then dislodged somewhere and taken as evidence. he has many witnesses who will state there is no way he was anywhere near Hartland around the alleged time of the theft.

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