After alerting police to a possible burglary on May 1, police discovered that several bottles of alcohol had been taken from the house, the statement said. The bulletin said the surveillance footage and data gave police a possible reason to charge Miller, but gave no details.
State Police spokesman Adam Silverman stated that the actor, who previously appeared as The Flash in several DC superhero films, received a quote on Sunday.
The statement said Miller was ordered to appear in Vermont Supreme Court on September 26 to be charged with a home burglary charge.
CNN has reached out to Miller’s representatives for comment but has not heard back.
The actor is starring in the upcoming movie “The Flash,” which is produced by DC Films. DC Films is owned by Warner Bros. Discovery, which is also the parent company of CNN.
revision: An earlier version of this story gave a wrong name to the company behind “The Flash.” It is a DC Films production.
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