TWO ARRESTED FOR GRAND LARCENY AFTER BURGLARY IN VILLAGE OF NORTH COLLINS
Buffalo, NY – Erie County Sheriff Timothy B. Howard reports Detectives investigating a burglary in the Village of North Collins arrested two individuals on felony charges related to the theft of power equipment and tools from a garage.
Deputies responded to a home owner’s complaint that numerous tools and yard equipment pieces were missing from their garage on June 25. Detectives assigned to the case developed some leads which led them to a Buffalo pawn shop where they located some of the missing tools. The shop’s records indicated that Dalton Witczak, 23 of North Collins, did sell the tools to the shop.
Detectives interviewed the subject and obtained a confession for the burglary incident in June. Furthermore, the Detectives’ investigation discovered that Nicole Tebo, 22 of North Collins, was also involved in the incident and both subjects were arrested.
Witczak was charged with a felony count of 3rd-degree grand larceny and Tebo was arrested and charged with felony grand larceny and a misdemeanor charge of conspiracy.
Many items were recovered and returned to the victim.
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