Vermont Woman Facing Charges for Overdue Library Items

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By Aaron Hepker

ST. JOHNSBURY, Vt. (AP) — A Vermont woman is facing charges that she failed to return hundreds of dollars' worth of books and videos from the library.

State Police say the 35-year-old woman from Concord has been cited on a charge of theft of rented property.

Police say that in November they received a request from the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum asking troopers to contact the woman. They she had more than 40 books and videos worth more than $460 out for more than a year.

She was cited this month after the library said she did not return the items. She's due in court in March.

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