A 27-year-old man is facing multiple charges after a multi-agency police investigation into the burglary of a Nyack business led detectives to his door, according to a spokesperson from the Orangetown Police Department.
Officers from the Orangetown Police Department arrested Nyack resident Chhieng IV this week, following an investigation into a burglary at a Rockland County business earlier this month, when he allegedly stole several items, cash and a checkbook from the location.
Orangetown Police detectives worked in conjunction with the Clarkstown Police Department to determine that on March 16, IV attempted to use checks stolen from the Nyack business at a location in Clarkstown. IV was later tracked down and arrested by Orangetown police officers on Wednesday.
IV was charged with third-degree burglary a felony, as well as two counts of petit larceny and fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, misdemeanors. Following arraignment, IV was remanded to the Rockland County Jail in lieu of bail. He is due back in court later this year to answer the charges.
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