A man from the town of Taylor was arrested twice in two days for stealing from three different Cortlandville businesses.
Fifty-three year-old Napoleon Tetreault, of State Route 281, had active warrants that led him to be stopped by officers with the Cortland County Sheriff’s Department on October 11.
Investigators found him with stolen property from two recent larceny reports — one had occurred earlier that same day at the Tops Market in Cortlandville and another the day before (October 10) at the nearby Kwik Fill.
Just a day after being released on state bail reform, Tetreault was caught stealing at the Red Apple on Route 13. This time, he tried briefly to resist arrest. In both instances, he was charged with possessing needles and drugs.
Tetrault was released once again and handed two appearance tickets for October 26 and November 2 in Cortlandville Town Court.