Police: Two Teens Burglarized A Number Of Hudson Valley Homes
A pair of teens from the Hudson Valley are accused of stealing clothing, alcohol, jewelry and money from a number of homes.
On March 26, the Ulster County Sheriff’s Office and Town of Olive Police received reports of burglaries in the Town of Olive and Town of Marbletown.
Further investigation by Town of Olive Police developed a suspect in the case. Additional investigation by Detectives and Investigators from the Ulster County Sheriff's Office and New York State Police revealed another suspect and the discovery of more crimes.
Two 15-year-olds are accused of stealing clothing, alcoholic beverages, jewelry and money from a number of homes.
The teens were charged with three-counts of burglary, a class c felony if committed by an adult, grand larceny, a class e felony if committed by an adult and petit larceny, a class a misdemeanor if committed by an adult.
Some of the stolen property was recovered, police say.
The teens are awaiting court proceedings in Ulster County Family Court.
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