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Man, 29, Arrested

After Burglary ‘Rash’

In City, Chief Reports

ONEONTA – After a rash of burglaries in the city, an Oneonta man has been arrested for stealing cash, credit cards and personal items from two homes and a vehicle in Center City, OPD Chief Doug Brenner said this morning.

Kyle A. Ives, 29, was arrested after police allegedly connected him to a series of break-ins last week. “With one arrest, we were able to solve three cases,” Brenner said.

He allegedly took credit cards and personal items, as well as less than $100 in cash from the houses and cars. “He took change from the cars and a jar of change,” said Brenner. “It’s a quick grab.”

The personal items were all recovered, said Brenner.

Ives was charged with two counts of burglary in the second degree, two counts of grand larceny – for the credit cards, said Brenner – and one count of petit larceny.

According to Brenner, police are still seeking suspects in the break-ins at the Hospice and Super Heroes in Ripped Jeans thrift stores last weekend. “We don’t believe Ives is tied to the Main Street burglaries,” he said.


1 Comment

  1. So, Kyle is going to prison for A JAR OF CHANGE!! He is a legend in his own mind, he STAYS in protective custody over at the jail, he is a sneak thief, and a Lot of people are out to get him. I’m really not surprised, he’s back, 3 hots and a cot, just what he was looking for!! I’m glad those people got their personal things back! This is his third of fourth time in prison, but he’s never gotten more then 3 years!! Last I saw him he ratted out another inmate for smuggling something into the jail, and he did that so he could get a cell facing the parking lot!! His girlfriend was going there to see him, and another guy was taking her there!! Yeah As The Jail Turnslll

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