Lebanon man cited for trespassing at Thetford campground

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THETFORD — A New Hampshire man was charged with unlawful trespass after he was found on the property of the Rest N’ Nest Campground, despite being told to leave multiple times, authorities said Friday.

Vermont State Police responded to a report of trespassing at the campground at approximately 5:44 p.m. Thursday.

Upon arrival, troopers encountered Zenon Ramirez, 29, of Lebanon, New Hampshire.

According to officials, Ramirez had previously been instructed to vacate the premises but had returned and remained on site.

Following the incident, he was issued a citation and is scheduled to appear in Orange County Superior Court to answer to the charges.

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