St. Johnsbury woman arrested on multiple fraud and trespass charges

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ST. JOHNSBURY — Vermont State Police apprehended 28-year-old Myisha Reid on June 7 at 6:24 p.m. at the St. Johnsbury Welcome Center after identifying her as the subject of several outstanding warrants.

Reid, resident of St. Johnsbury, was taken into custody without incident.

She faced multiple charges, including five counts of credit card fraud, nine counts of welfare benefit fraud, twelve counts of probation violation, two counts of unlawful trespass, as well as charges for unlawful mischief, petit larceny, and violation of conditions of release.

Troopers on patrol recognized Reid, who was seated at the Welcome Center, as matching the description of the wanted individual.

The subsequent investigation confirmed Reid’s identity and her wanted status.

Following her arrest, Reid was cited to appear in Caledonia County Superior Court on Monday at 8:30 a.m. She was transported to the Northeast Correctional Complex and held on $1,000 bail pending her court appearance.

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