Two arrested following traffic stop in Colchester

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COLCHESTER — On Wednesday, March 13, at approximately 12:56 p.m., Troopers assigned to the Williston Barracks conducted a motor vehicle stop on US Route 2 near the Vermont Bagel Company in the Town of Colchester.

Troopers had been assisting area agencies in locating a vehicle involved in two bank robberies that occurred earlier in the day and located a vehicle possibly involved in the robberies.

Through investigation, Troopers determined that the occupants of the vehicle had not been involved in the robberies earlier in the day.

However, two of the occupants in the vehicle, identified as Mikayla Camber, 22, of Holland and Jeffrey Leduc, 37, of Burlington, were found to have active arrest warrants in the State of Vermont.

Additionally, Leduc provided officers on scene with several false names.

Both Camber and Leduc were arrested without incident on their respective arrest warrants, and Leduc was also arrested for False Information to a Police Officer.

Camber and Leduc were then transported to the Williston Barracks for processing.

Camber was later lodged at the Chittenden County Regional Correctional Facility on $200 bail.

Leduc was later lodged at the Northwest Regional Correctional Facility on $500 bail.

The Vermont State Police was assisted in this incident by the Winooski Police Department, South Burlington Police Department, Chittenden County Sheriff’s Department, Colchester Police Department, and Game Wardens with the Department of Fish and Game.

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