UVM Students Plead Not Guilty For Dorm Damage

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Three University of Vermont students are pleading not guilty to burglary charges in what police say was a break in and vandalism at a residence hall under construction on the Burlington campus.

The project’s developer estimates damages could range from $25,000 to $50,000 for broken windows, roof repairs and cleanup. They said toilets awaiting installation were thrown out of windows.

The Burlington Free Press reports the incident happened April 3 and UVM police arrested the three on the premises.

Sophomores Cameron Rivers, Zachary Schaab and Joseph Levenson all pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a single count each of burglary.

They are allowed to finish the school year at UVM and live in their dormitories but are barred from consuming alcohol.

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