Burlington burglar brags home easy to infiltrate

Burlington police arrested a known criminal for burglarizing a home while the residents hid upstairs, according to a police statement.

On November 23 at about 8:40 pm, Burlington Police Department received a 911 call of a burglary in progress. The caller stated they could hear yelling coming from downstairs and what sounded like glass breaking. The residents of the home hide and secure themselves in the upstairs bathroom.

Officers arrived on scene and found Charles Noss, 38, inside the living room. Noss is known to law enforcement from previous encounters. He was taken into custody and transported to the Burlington Police Department.
Preliminary investigation revealed that Noss entered the home and caused up to $10,000 in
property damage. Noss made statements that the building was easy to “infiltrate”. Noss’ criminal history revealed 1 failure to appear for court proceedings, 2 misdemeanors convictions, 1 assaultive crime charge, and two violation of probation and parole.

Noss is currently on court conditions from a previous burglary that occurred back in September. Additionally, Noss was arrested for Burglary and violation of court conditions on November 6, and lodged at Northwest Correctional Facility. On November 19, Noss was arrested again and charged with Burglary, Arson, and Violation of Court Conditions. Noss was lodged at Northwest Correctional Facility.

Noss has had 57 Law Enforcement contacts since January 2020 to November 2021. He was lodged at Northwest Correctional Facility for the current arrest and held on $5,000 bail.

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  1. As always the question remains: WHY was this guy not in prison? I presume because of Soros-funded politicos who view Vermont as an easy target for conversion to radical social engineering thanks in part to Bernie Sanders, UVM, Middlebury College, Bennington College, the twisted legislators, etc. etc.

  2. I’ll go out on a limb and speculate that all these alleged crimes occurred in Chittenden County.
    Further speculation might lead to questioning VT States Atty. Sarah George’s policies on bail-
    and how holding this suspect (with a charge of failure to appear already in history) denies this suspects rights.
    Someone smart will have to explain to the rest of us how a home invasion robbery doesn’t infringe on the Homeowner’s rights as well. Please, Ms. George- we’d like that answered. Your resignation would be accepted as well.

  3. This is the kind of frequent flyer that sooner or later will invade the right place where a home owner refuses to become a victim. Then what, is he the victim ? No sympathy here !

  4. Only a matter of time before this guy breaks into the “wrong” house and his B&E days and his life will over. Some of us won’t lock ourselves in an upstairs bathroom. Call the coroner not 911.

    • Chuck, I beg to differ with your description of “wrong house”, I would describe the house that you refer to as the “right house” and the sooner that a burglar breaks into the “right house” the sooner his career will come to an end.

  5. $5,000 bail? why isn’t it $500K? And this, ladies and gentlemen, is the problem with the VT legal system . They just aren’t interested in incarcerating career criminals. They deliberately poke you in the eye to show you that the “system” is in charge and are just not interested in protecting you and your families. Stop electing people who have zero interest in your well being and safety.

  6. Only thing this article is missing is a mug-shot of this useless sack of protoplasm. Sounds like there should be at least 4 very recent ones to choose from!

  7. This is what’s known as having liberals in charge of policing & the justice system,and letting
    criminals like C Noss, on the streets, yes it may take a while but he will run into the justice he
    deserves ……… remember, just call 911 when your done !! Justice is sweet………….

  8. If they tried that in my house they would be pushing up daisies, but they would have to get by the cameras and alarms and the un friendly dog first

  9. Not that i want to see this kind of “home rape” happen to anyone, but if it does I sure hope the next one happens to the Chittenden Cty State’s Attorney and see how she likes it. Her philosophy about confusing victim and perpetrator needs some adjustment.

    • If only she was the only looney lefty prosecutor in the state, but shes not. Vote them out !