Woman wanted by Berlin police arrested

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BERLIN — A 37-year-old woman from Rutland City was arrested following an incident in Berlin yesterday.

On January 14, authorities say they conducted a motor vehicle stop on a vehicle involved with a retail theft at Kohl’s.

During the initial investigation, Kelly Sue Ingram was a passenger in that vehicle and a person of interest in the retail theft.

Police say Ingram had refused to identify herself and eventually gave a false name to law enforcement.

After the operator was cited for retail theft the vehicle was released from the scene.

A short while later, Barre City Police Department had conducted a motor vehicle stop on the same vehicle and Ingram had given the same fictitious name.

A Barre City Police Officer recognized Ingram and it was determined that Ingram had two outstanding arrest warrants.

She was transported to Chittenden County Regional Correction Facility by Barre City Police Department for lack of bail on the two arrest warrants.

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