WILLIAMSTOWN — A 36-year-old man was arrested on multiple warrants following an incident in Williamstown earlier this year.
On December 30, police say they were notified by Larry Dunn, 79, of Williamstown, that $41,000 had been taken from a desk at his residence.
Following an investigation, police say that probable cause Miller committed the offenses of burglary and grand larceny.
On March 13, police say they were notified by Melissa Metivier, 49, of Washington, that she had hired Miller as a home improvement contractor, and he did not complete work which she had paid for.
Following an investigation, police say that probable cause Miller committed the offense of home improvement fraud.
It was also learned Miller had active arrest warrants issued by authorities in Connecticut and New Hampshire.
These warrants were for the offenses of larceny in the 3rd degree and issuing a bad check over $2,000 in Connecticut, as well as theft by deception in New Hampshire.
Miller was taken into custody without incident on Sunday.
He is scheduled to appear in court today for the offenses of burglary, grand larceny, home improvement fraud, and fugitive from justice.