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Sheriff charges two teens in burglary

HIMROD—The Yates County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the possible connection between two teenagers allegedly breaking into the Himrod Conservation Club, Tuesday, April 19, and other burglaries, attempted burglaries, and larcenies in the Himrod area.
According to authorities, the most recent incident happened in the early hours of Tuesday morning. The sheriff’s report said the club on Rice Road was entered, the office area was damaged and three new rifles valued at approximately $675 were stolen.
Senior Investigator Mike Christensen said while the sheriff’s department was investigating, a Milo resident reported some suspicious activity he had seen in the Himrod area. Authorities said that information resulted in Dylan R. Snyder, 16, 765 South St., Himrod, being arrested and the three rifles were recovered. The report said Snyder was charged with burglary in the third degree and larceny in the fourth degree. Authorities explained he was arraigned in Milo Town court and committed to Yates County Jail on $2,500 cash bail or $5,000 bond.
Christensen said a second youth, 15 years old, was also involved and referred to the sheriff’s Juvenile Aid Division. He said the teenager was released to his parents and will appear in family court at a later date. No name was given. Christensen explained when the person is under age 16 they are not arrested, but processed, and the name is withheld.
Additional charges from burglaries, attempted burglaries, and larcenies in the Himrod area are pending further investigation and grand jury action.

 

 





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