He was charged with third-degree burglary, second-degree criminal mischief, sixth-degree larceny and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.
Kittredge-Privee was held on a $5,000 surety bond and faced a judge on Tuesday.
Nicole Clarke is accused of helping her brother escape after he broke into a home in Hampton on Aug. 2. Troopers said he stole liquor, electronics and jewelry.
A caller reported that a suspicious vehicle was sitting in his neighbor's driveway. The caller was able to provide troopers with a license plate number. The caller said the vehicle drove into his driveway, but when the driver noticed the caller, the suspect quickly drove away.
State police determined that Nicole Clarke's brother, Charles Clarke, was the driver and owner of the vehicle. He was able to elude capture, thanks to his sister.
Nicole Clarke was arrested on Tuesday and charged with third-degree hindering prosecution for her role in helping her brother escape. Troopers said she also had knowledge of the crime.
Troopers also said that Nicole Clarke made comments under a state police Facebook post, which confirmed her role in the crime.
"Police had a standoff with an empty house," Nicole Clarke wrote. "Charles Clarke was with me while police were at his residence we drove by 3 times."