A third person who has been arrested in connection with the theft of an AR-15 assault-style rifle from a Connecticut State Police cruiser is due in court on Thursday.
The car break-in took place at the trooper's home in Milford during the early morning hours of March 8.
Troopers said the rifle, along with with two fully loaded 30 round magazines and a department-issued bullet proof vest, were stolen.
After a search of the area, the suspects were not located by police. The Connecticut State Police Central District Major Crime Squad took over the investigation.
On Wednesday, state police said they arrested 19-year-old James Lee, of New Haven, at New Haven Superior Court. Lee, who was being arraigned on unrelated charges, faces several new charges in connection with the AR-15 theft.
He will face charges related to the theft of the rifle on Thursday in Milford Superior Court.
State police said Ingram broke into a number of other vehicles as well.
The stolen state police items were eventually recovered, including the AR-15, magazines and bullet proof vest.
Lee faces the following charges:
Police said they are expecting to make another arrest in the case.
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