Man arrested in Lyndonville for trespassing

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LYNDONVILLE — A homeless man was arrested Thursday afternoon after allegedly trespassing and violating the Vermont Sex Offender Registry, according to Lyndonville Police Department.

Anthony Heath, 32, was taken into custody at approximately 2:05 p.m. on Nov. 10 after police responded to a complaint from the owner of a lodge at 4992 Memorial Drive.

The owner reported an unwanted person inside one of the lodge’s rooms who had entered by removing a window pane the previous night.

Upon investigation, officers discovered that Heath had failed to comply with registration requirements, having not reported to the Vermont Sex Offender Registry since July and vacating his last known residence in Waterford.

Heath is facing charges of unlawful trespass in an occupied dwelling and failure to register as a sex offender for more than five days.

He is scheduled for arraignment at the Caledonia Superior Court on Jan. 22 at 8:30 a.m.

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