Arrests Made in String of Sullivan County Burglaries
State Police arrested a 32-year-old man and his girlfriend in connection with a number of Sullivan County burglaries.
On January 28, 2016, the operator of the Livingston Manor Car Wash/Laundry Mat reported a break-in where cash and change was stolen. On February 1st, a homeowner on Loomis Road in the Town of Liberty reported that after an apparent break-in a flat screen television, game console and video games were missing.
Police allege that 32-year-old Nicholas Day, of Liberty, was responsible for both burglaries. A police investigation also revealed that Daly was allegedly responsible for the theft of two nail guns from a construction site in Livingston Manor. Authorities also allege that he stole and cashed checks from an acquaintance. A portion of the proceeds have been recovered.
Daly was charged with 2nd and 3rd degree burglary, 2nd degree criminal possession of a forged instrument, all felonies, and petit larceny, a misdemeanor. He was arraigned in the Town of Liberty Court and remanded to the Sullivan County Jail with no bail set.
State Police additionally arrested Daly's girlfriend 22-year-old Marie Sackett, also of Liberty, for possessing some of the proceeds from his crimes. She was charged with 5th degree criminal possession of stolen property. She was released on an appearance ticket ordering her to appear at a later date in the Town of Liberty Court.