Troopers make fourth arrest in Bloomingdale burglary case

An investigation into a residential burglary that occurred earlier this spring in Bloomingdale has led to a fourth arrest.

Ray Brook-based state police arrested 23-year-old James J. Moran of Saranac Lake at 1:19 p.m. Monday and charged him with third-degree burglary, a class-D felony.

Investigators say he played a role in a burglary that occurred the morning of April 15 in the town of St. Armand.

Late last week, troopers arrested 20-year-old Tyler R. Jermano and 19-year-old Andrew J. Tedford, both of Bloomingdale, as well as 18-year-old Joseph E. Boyle of Saranac Lake. All three were hit with charges similar to Moran.

Moran was released after posting cash bail.

The investigation is considered ongoing. All four are scheduled to appear in town court at a later date.

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