A suspect has been arrested in connection with one of the town’s recent house breaks. Rochester Police Officer Kevin Flynn obtained an arrest warrant for 24-year-old Kelly F. Sorelle of Dr. Braley Road in Freetown as a result of his investigation into a break on Benson Road in Rochester.
In that case, it is believed Sorelle tripped the alarm at the Benson Road home after gaining entry through a window which set of the alarm, causing her to flee out the front door prior to police arrival and without being able to take anything from the home.
Rochester Police, working in conjunction with Freetown Police, took Sorelle into custody Thursday afternoon. Police are now looking to link Sorelle to some of the other breaks that have occurred. Sorelle was charged with breaking and entering in the daytime, trespassing and destruction of property.
Rochester Police Chief Paul Magee praised the work of his officers on this case. “The patrol staff has been working hard to solve these cases. They are committed to catching the people responsible” said Chief Magee. The Chief also praised cooperation between departments. “Because Rochester, Freetown, and the Plymouth County Sheriff’s Department work together so well, cases like these get solved.”
Rochester Police Department Press Release