Poultney woman charged with grand larceny of rare ski jacket

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KILLINGTON — A Poultney woman was arrested and charged with grand larceny for allegedly stealing a rare ski jacket from a homeowner for whom she worked as a cleaner, Killington Police reported.

Jamie Daniels, 36, was accused of taking the vintage Bogner women’s ski jacket, valued at $1,500, along with other clothing items from a residence she had access to on Sept. 19.

The homeowner contacted police in November after noticing the missing items, including the discontinued jacket, which has become a collector’s item.

The break in the case came when the homeowner discovered a photo of Daniels on Facebook, dated Oct. 12, wearing what appeared to be the stolen jacket.

Killington Police were provided with the photograph and arranged an interview with Daniels, who denied any wrongdoing and promised to bring the jacket for comparison.

However, Daniels failed to produce the jacket as agreed and subsequently ceased communication with the authorities.

Sergeant M. Hoffman of the Killington Police Department processed Daniels for grand larceny.

She was released with a citation to appear in court on Feb. 5 at 10 a.m.

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