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Tompkins County Sheriff's Office
Public Safety Building
779 Warren Road
Ithaca, NY 14850

Derek R. Osborne, Sheriff 
Business Office: (607) 257-1345

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(607) 272-2444 

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Stolen vehicle arrest

On March 29th, 2018 at about 12:15 PM, the Tompkins County Sheriff's Office responded to 1414 Dryden Road in the Town of Dryden for a reported stolen vehicle complaint.  Within minutes, Deputies observed the stolen vehicle traveling on State Route 13 near the City of Ithaca.  Deputies executed a traffic stop and located two occupants.  The driver was identified as Dillon Rohmann (Age 20 of Binghamton) and the other occupant was CALE J STARK (Age 22 of Lisle).

Rohmann and Stark were charged with Grand Larceny in the 4th Degree (Class E Felony) and were remanded to the public safety building in lieu of $1000 cash or $2000 insured bond.

Ithaca City Police Department, Cornell University Police Department, and the State Police assisted in the investigation.  The investigaiton is ongoing and further charges are pending.