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

Derek R. Osborne, Sheriff 
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Robbery 2nd Arrest

On May 26th, 2019 at 2:45 AM, deputies from the Tompkins County Sheriff's Office, assisted by the New York State Police responded to The George Junior Republic located at 24 McDonald Road in the Town of Dryden for an Assault.  Initial dispatch reported that a staff member was assaulted by two 16 year old residence who then stole his personally owned vehicle from the lot after stealing the staff members keys.  

Deputies located the stolen vehicle crashed in a ditch in the 400 Block of Groton Road (NYS Route 38) in the Town of Dryden.  While investigating the accident scene and searching for the alleged offenders, deputies observed a second vehicle leaving a driveway nearby on Peruville Road.  Due to the odd hours and in the immediate area of original abandoned stolen vehicle, deputies caught up and conducted a stop on that vehicle on Lick Street in the Town of Groton.  The two occupants were indeed the individuals being saught by Sheriff's Deputies and both were arrested.

Both male individuals are sixteen years old and all other information regarding their names will not be released.  The first male was charged with Strangulation in the Second Degree (Class D Felony), three counts of Grand Larceny in the Fourth Degree (Class E Felonies) and Robbery in the Second Degree (Class C Felony). The second male was charged with three counts of Grand Larceny in the Fourth Degree (Class E Felonies) and Robbery in the Second Degree (Class C Felony).  Both males were arraigned at the Tompkins County Superior Court - Youth Part.