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Thursday, February 16, 2012

PA Troopers Charge NY Father/Son In Potter County Burglaries

Burglary charges were filed today in Potter County District Court 55-4-01 against a father/son burglary team who were responsible for burglaries in NY & PA that netted $12,000.00 worth of stolen property.

Ronnie Lee Farrow, Sr., 52, of 1412 State Route 417, Andover, NY
, was charged with 2 counts of Burglary, Theft By Unlawful Taking, and Receiving Stolen Property.

Ronnie Lee Farrow, Jr., 26, of 607 State Route 19, Wellsville, NY
, was charged with1 count of Burglary, Theft by Unlawful Taking, and Receiving Stolen Property.

The pair are charged with burglaries that occurred in Potter County, Pennsylvania at 1235 Dogtown Road in Genesee Township and at 1696 Andrews Settlement Road in Allegany Township between November 5, 2011 and November 16, 2011.

Trooper John G. Whitcomb said this is an update on the string of burglaries. The pair was previously arrested in New York when New York State Police at Amity was able to implicate them in multiple burglaries there. The pair are accused of stealing $12,000.00 worth of goods including four ATV's, miscellaneous tools and household goods.


Anonymous said...

I nominate for Father of the Year.

Anonymous said...

Hear Hear!

Anonymous said...

I second the nomination

Anonymous said...

the father is hanus to condome acts like this with his son.

Anonymous said...

what was it take your kid to work day?