Two Men Arrested For Stealing Construction Materials From Springville School.
Erie County Sheriff Timothy B. Howard reports the School Resource Officer (SRO) for Springville-Griffith Institute Central School District arrested and charged Chester Reinhardt and Stanley Grybosky following an investigation into stolen construction materials and damage to a school building.
On March 9, the district superintendent contacted the SRO about stolen roofing materials and damage to a district building at 307 Newman Street.
The Deputy spoke to the roofing contractor’s job foreman and the district superintendent and learned that a worker for the construction company and a school district employee stole roofing materials.
The Deputy reviewed school district security footage and, on March 13, arrested the two suspects.
· 56-year-old Chester Reinhardt of Otto, construction employee, charged with misdemeanor counts of criminal mischief – reckless property damage, conspiracy, and two counts of petit larceny.
· 49-year-old Stanley Grybosky of Springville, Springville Griffith Institute Central School District employee, charged with two misdemeanor counts of petit larceny – crime of public corruption, two misdemeanor counts of criminal possession of stolen property as well as misdemeanor counts of official misconduct, conspiracy, and criminal mischief – reckless property damage.
While removing the materials from the building roof, the defendants cause nearly $4,100.00 damage to the building.
The construction materials were recovered from Grybosky’s residence and returned to the school district.
Both defendants were issued appearance tickets for Village of Springville Court.