PARIS – The last of five people charged in a burglary spree of camps last summer pleaded not guilty at his arraignment Friday in Oxford County Superior Court.

Nicholas D. Haskell, 22, of High Street in Peru, pleaded not guilty to two counts of burglary, five counts of theft, and one count of criminal mischief.

Shawn A. Arsenault, 20, of Sicotte Road in Peru; Jessica Gill, 20, of Ada Avenue in Peru; KC Moro, 21, of Rollins Ridge Road in Dixfield; and Matthew Mosciollo, 21, of Golden Ridge Road in Canton, have also been arraigned and pleaded not guilty to charges related to the spree.

The five people are charged with burglarizing and vandalizing several camps in Byron, Sumner, Woodstock, Canton and Peru in June and July, damaging the buildings and stealing items. One camp was burned to the ground.

Arsenault and Gill are each charged with arson, 31 counts of burglary, 29 counts of theft, 23 counts of criminal mischief, seven counts of aggravated criminal mischief, burglary of a motor vehicle, and possession of burglary tools.

Moro is charged with arson, 27 counts of burglary, 22 counts each of theft and criminal mischief, seven counts of aggravated criminal mischief, burglary of a motor vehicle, and possession of burglary tools.

Mosciollo is charged with arson, 12 counts of burglary, eight counts of theft, five counts of criminal mischief, and two counts of aggravated criminal mischief.

In a separate matter, Arsenault and Haskell are each charged with burglary, two counts of theft, and criminal mischief related to a Rumford burglary alleged to have occurred shortly before the camp burglaries. Both men have also entered not guilty pleas to those charges.


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