Officers with the Cortland County Sheriff’s Office are reminding residents to keep their car doors locked, after being called to the McGraw area yesterday (October 9) to investigate numerous reports of stolen items from unlocked vehicles.
Investigators believe the thefts occurred sometime between late-night Tuesday and early yesterday morning.
Anyone who may have more information relating to these incidents are urged to contact the Sheriff’s Office at (607) 758-5599.
In the meantime, residents are advised to keep their car doors locked and report any suspicious activity to local authorities.
More stories from the local crime blotter:
State Police at Whitney Point arrested a NYC man last Wednesday (October 2) after they discovered he was driving with a revoked license that had been suspended more than a dozen times.
Troopers observed 23-year-old Juan F. Nunez-Paulino commit a traffic violation just past 11:30 p.m. on State Route 79 in Lisle.
Following a traffic stop, they learned his license had been suspended 19 different times, related to a total of 16 incidents over 10 dates.
Nunez-Paulino was arrested, processed then turned over to Broome County Central Arraignment and Processing.
A Lansing woman was recently arrested for narcotics possession after crashing her vehicle into a large utility pole on Dart Drive.
Deputies with the Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office responded along with Cayuga Heights Police.
Their investigation found 35-year old Heather Shevalier was heading west on Dart Drive when she crossed the center line and hit the pole.
Shevalier was found to be in possession of a controlled substance and a small amount of marijuana.
She’ll now appear in court for her charges on a later date.