Bail Set for Two Men Charged in Reported A.E. Robinson Burglary

Updated 2 years ago

Two men charged in connection to a burglary at the A.E. Robinson store in Corinth were in court Monday afternoon. Clifford Sprague, 34, of Exeter had his bail set at $50,000 for his reported role in the crime. He’s facing charges including burglary, arson and theft of a motor vehicle. Michael Chapman, 37, of Levant had his bail set at $5,000. Chapman is charged with burglary, theft, criminal mischief and violation of condition of release. Police say the burglary happened Friday. Security footage revealed a pick up truck intentionally backing through the front doors of the store. We’re told cigarettes and lottery tickets were stolen. State Police later found the truck on fire and determined it had been stolen earlier in the week . The car fire was ruled arson. Robert Mason, 26, of Corinna, and Rosemary Peterson, 26, of Exeter, are both charged with burglary and theft in connection to the incident. Mason is also charged with criminal mischief. They are scheduled to be in court in August.


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