A couple is facing grand larceny charges following a months-long investigation in New Hartford, according to the New Hartford Police Department.
Timothy Millet, 34, and Elizabeth Wynns, 33, are each charged with three counts of felony fourth-degree grand larceny, and Millett is also charged with one count of misdemeanor petit larceny.
Police say back in February, they received theft complains from employees of the Ramada Inn, the New Hartford Central School District and a customer at the Mirabito Gas Station on Seneca Turnpike. Police say the incidents occurred over a two-week span, and some of the items reported stolen included a laptop computer, credit cards, cash, a license plate and a motor vehicle.
Police say in several of the reports, the suspects were described as being a white male and white female in their early- to mid-thirties. While the investigation was underway, police learned that the suspects had also been involved in similar incidents throughout Oneida County as well.
The suspects were identified as Millett and Wynns, and the two were arrested July 12.
Millett and Wynns were both arraigned in the Town of New Hartford Court and sent to the Oneida County Jail.
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