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Sheriff David P. Bartlett reports a Chatham man was arrested for stealing a second vehicle this week, this time from the Town of Chatham. The arrest took place on July 22, 2021 at about 5:16pm.
Deputies on patrol in the Town of Greenport, along with the Greenport Police Department, came in to contact with 42 year old Trevor J. Brodowski, of Chatham, New York. During their encounter with Brodowski, it was determined that he was in possession of a vehicle that he had stolen earlier from the Crellin Park in Chatham. The owner of the vehicle, a 2001 Honda, was at the park and was unaware that his vehicle was even stolen until Deputies were able to locate him and advised him that the vehicle was located in Greenport.
Brodowski was previously arrested on July 20, 2021 for stealing a car from the Village of Chatham.
Brodowski, was arrested and was charged with Grand Larceny in the 4th Degree (Class E Felony), Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle in the 2nd Degree (Class U Misdemeanor), and Unlicensed Driver (Traffic Infraction).
Pursuant to New York State Law, Brodowski was issued appearance tickets, directing him in the Town of Chatham Court at a later date.
Investigating for the Sheriff’s Officer were Deputy Ryen Boehme, and Investigator Kris Bauhoff. The Greenport Police Department also provided assistance during the investigation.
Sheriff Bartlett reminds people to lock their vehicles, do not leave valuables in their vehicles, and to take their key or fob with them when they leave their vehicle.