City Police have arrested a teenager after he was caught taking small items from cars.
16-year-old Zachary Huffman of Cortland was arrested early Wednesday morning at 4:25am.
Police report he stole items from vehicles which were parked on Pendleton, Maple, Huntington and Bartlett. The items were hats, gloves, speakers, cigarettes, lighters, all small items.
Huffman was charged with four counts of criminal possession of stolen property and two counts of petit larceny.
Officers saw him walking and stopped to interview him. An investigation lead to his arrest.
He was released and was scheduled to appear yesterday (August 31) in city court.
The New York State Police report the arrest of a Cortland man after smashing a windshield back in March in Marathon.
State Troopers out of Homer arrested Daniel Hoy, age 28, of Cortland, for the felony criminal mischief.
This arrest occurred after troopers were told about damage to a car windshield that had been parked on Bradford Street in Village of Marathon.
An investigation determined that back on March 11, Hoy had smashed the front windshield of a 2007 Lincoln MKS by striking it with his hands several times. The damage was valued at more than $250.
Hoy was arraigned in the town of Marathon court and was released without bail being required.
His next court date is on September 13, 2017.