Last week, the Cortland County Sheriff’s Office responded to shoplifting complaints at the Walmart on Bennie Road in the Town of Cortlandville, resulting in multiple arrests.
On January 2nd, the police received a complaint about a theft at Walmart. Upon investigation, it was discovered that Timothy D. Doyle, a 30-year-old resident of Cortland, had stolen merchandise from the store. Doyle has been charged with Petit Larceny, which is considered a Misdemeanor. Subsequently, he was taken to the Sheriff’s Office for processing and was later released on an appearance ticket. Doyle is scheduled to appear in Cortlandville Town Court later this month to address the charges against him.
On the afternoon of Saturday, January 6th, officers were once again called to the store in response to a larceny complaint. Upon investigation, it was determined that 24-year-old Emily M. Toti of Moravia had been involved in stealing merchandise from the store. Toti was subsequently arrested and charged with Petit Larceny, a Misdemeanor. She was taken to the Sheriff’s Office for processing and later released on an appearance ticket. Toti is scheduled to appear in Cortlandville Town Court later this month.
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