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Saturday, December 3, 2011

ATV's Recovered From Thefts In NY & PA /2 Men Jailed

State Police in Amity make arrests in recent burglaries

WVTT
The New York State Police in Amity arrested two subjects relative to a recent rash of burglaries in the southeast portion of Allegany County and northern Pennsylvania.

Numerous thefts of ATVS and other property have been occurring since September of 2011.

Ronnie L. Farrow Jr., 25 years old, from the town of Willing was arrested for two counts of Burglary 3rd Degree in the T/Wellsville, 3 counts of Burglary 3rd 2 counts of Grand Larceny 4th and Petit Larceny in the town of Andover, 2 counts of Burglary 3rd, 1 count of Grand Larceny 3rd and 1 count of Grand Larceny 4th in the T/Willing, and 1 count of Burglary 3rd in the T/Alma.

Joshua D. Milne-Dunne, 26 years old, from the town of Willing was arrested for Grand Larceny 3rd and Criminal Possession of Stolen Property 3rd in the T/Willing.

Numerous items of stolen property were recovered which included 5 ATV’s, lawn mowers, tools and proceeds from burglaries that occurred in New York and Pennsylvania.

The defendants were arraigned in the village of Andover Court and remanded to the Allegany County jail.
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4 comments :

Anonymous said...

The police made arrests this past week for the Coudersport car break-ins and the break-in at the beer store. Why has that been so hush-hush?

Anonymous said...

Why no police report on Coudersport burglaries is a good question. I heard all four names and some of them were involved with both the car break-ins and the beer store break-ins. Time to make some reservations at State Prison for at least two of these people who never learn!

Anonymous said...

glad N.Y cops made a collar cause our troopers seldom do. never even really try, too busy with dui's and traffic violations to worry about theft, hats off to N.Y troopers

Anonymous said...

Maybe if we apply a little pressure to the Coudy police they MIGHT issue police reports to the media so they can be publish.