Two men that are accused of leading police on a wild chase through central Vermont, are now accused of stealing drugs from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.
According to police, Jeremy Sadler, 25, of Barre City, and Kyle Larrabee, 23, of Washington led Vermont State Police on an active car chase on Thursday afternoon, after a tip that the two men were in the area with active warrants. Officials say Sadler was wanted on an active arrest warrant for being a Fugitive from Justice and Violation of Parole and Larrabee was wanted on an active warrant for Escape Custody Furlough, with $10,000 bail.
Police say near the Dunkin Donuts near Exit 12 the two men were asked by police to get out the car but instead, the two men took off.
According to a media release, the two men led police on a chase down I-89. During the chase, the pair hit two police cruisers and were finally arrested after they hit a blockade of plow trucks on Route 100 B.
On Friday, State Police sent out another media release saying the pair along with Sadler’s girlfriend Sonya Lowe, 25, of Barre City had allegedly helped them to steal drugs.
Police say Lowe, an Orange County Sheriff’s Department dispatcher allowed Sadler and Larrabee access to restricted areas of the department.
According to police, Sadler and Larrabee stole prescription drugs and other evidence.
Officials say Larrabee was charged with one count of felony trespassing and possession of stolen properties. Sadler was charged with three counts of burglary and possession of stolen property. They are still in police custody since the arrest after the police chase.
Police say Lowe has been charged with aiding the commission of a felony, possession of stolen property and accessory to burglary. She is scheduled to appear in court at a later date.