New York State a Man Allegedly Stole a Vehicle, Drove It Away, and Then Stole Another

A New York state trooper reportedly parked two vehicles in two distinct counties in a single day, according to the police. WROC reports that the suspect is not being charged with the third-degree felonies of third-degree criminal possession of stolen property and third-degree grand larceny.

If this situation seems somewhat familiar, then perhaps you are recalling this October story.

An investigation, according to the State Police, determined that a Glens Falls man had stolen a tow truck from a business after driving to that location in a stolen vehicle earlier that day.

A man from the state of New York is confronted with felony charges

A 32-year-old man was arrested, according to the Steuben County Sheriff’s Office, on suspicion that he stole a vehicle in Monroe County and then abandoned it in a driveway in the Town of Wayland. The same suspect, according to WROC, subsequently stole a second vehicle in Wayland before driving it into Livingston County.

The perpetrator was arraigned and released after being apprehended in Livingston County, according to the New York State Police. According to WROC, the suspect was re-arrested and transported to Steuben County, where he is being held without bond, shortly after his initial release.

The State of New York classifies grand larceny in the third degree as a D-degree felony, as stated by the Law Offices of Scott J. Limmer. An individual may face a maximum penitentiary term of seven years upon conviction.