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Darryl Bradshaw Plea

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Darryl Bradshaw Plea

Thursday, May 3, 2018

District Attorney Matthew Van Houten announced today that Darryl Bradshaw, 23, of Ithaca, appeared in Tompkins County Court yesterday and entered a guilty plea to the crime of Robbery in the Third Degree.  Robbery in the Third Degree is a Class D Felony under the New York State Penal Law.  No weapons were used or displayed during the robbery.

Bradshaw admitted to forcibly stealing a woman’s purse on April 1, 2018 in the City of Ithaca.  He was arrested on April 5th, 2018.  Bradshaw has been remanded to the Tompkins County Jail without bail, pending sentencing.  State prison is mandatory under the sentencing guidelines.

Van Houten said, “I would like to recognize the Ithaca Police Department for their thorough and effective investigation which resulted in an arrest within a few days of the incident.  The investigations unit should be commended for their excellent work solving this case.  It’s extremely satisfying to be able to return the victim’s rosary beads and religious medallions and to provide swift consequences to such disgraceful criminal conduct.”

Sentencing has been scheduled for June 6, 2018 before Judge John C. Rowley.