LOWVILLE — Kyle P. Roberts, 24, of Lowville, was charged by Lewis County sheriff’s deputies Tuesday with petit larceny.

According to the sheriff’s office, on Nov. 11, deputies received a complaint from the Lowville Walmart asset protection associate that someone stole a number of items from the store.

After investigating, deputies say they found Mr. Roberts stole several items, of a combined value of $96.79.

Mr. Roberts was issued an appearance ticket for his charge, returnable to the Lowville Town Court.

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(3) comments

Hoosier

What I find even more intriguing is that the deputies found he "stole" the items., not that there was [probable cause for arrest. A Judge and Jury determines whether he stole it or not.

Eagle24

Hmmmm...so petty larceny must be on Carpinelli's list of laws he enforces... Wish he'd publish which ones he does and doesn't agree with.. .. makes it easier for the rest of us to follow..

Hoosier

Even scarier, how could a newspaper print a story that a fellow stole an item before trial. I can understand "allegedly stole."

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