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Xavier Urena, 34, was arrested on Wednesday.
STONY POINT – Police stated they caught a homeless felon in a stolen automotive with cocaine after he allegedly broke right into a Stony Level residence this week.
Xavier Urena, a 34-yr-previous former Haverstraw resident, faces felony expenses after Stony Level police stated he burglarized a house on Bender Courtroom round midday on Wednesday.
Shortly after the housebreaking was reported, police stated a neighbor advised them he had seen two suspicious males within the sufferer’s automotive, which was lacking.
A number of hours later Urena was present in Haverstraw with the stolen automotive, in addition to cocaine and gadgets reported stolen from the house on Bender Courtroom, police stated.
Urena was arrested and arraigned in Stony Level City Courtroom on felony expenses of second-diploma housebreaking, fourth-diploma grand larceny, fourth-diploma legal possession of stolen property and fifth-diploma legal possession of a managed substance.
Police are nonetheless investigating and looking for the second man concerned within the housebreaking.
Urena is being held on the Rockland County jail on $60,000 bail and is due again in courtroom on Jan. three.
In 2014, Urena pleaded responsible in Rockland County Courtroom to 3rd-diploma legal possession of a managed substance, in line with Rockland County data. He was sentenced to a yr in jail.
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