GENESEO – The Mount Morris man suspected of taking $130 in items including a wallet and debit card from a vehicle in July was remanded to the Livingston County Jail without bail at his first court appearance in Village Court on the matter.
Darryl Stuart, 49, was remanded without bail on his Grand Larceny in the Fourth Degree charge in light of prior felonies, which include Burglary and Grand Larceny.
“Mr. Stuart has more than two felonies on his record and has no right to bail,” said District Attorney Greg McCaffrey. “We are asking that he be remanded at this time.”
On July 25, a home surveillance system on Livingston Street in the Village of Geneseo captured video footage of a person trespassing on the property and apparently trying to enter the residence. Community tipsters identified the person in the video as Stuart. Geneseo Police arrested Stuart on Aug. 5 for Grand Larceny in the Fourth Degree, an E felony, Petit Larceny, an A misdemeanor, and Trespassing, a Violation.
Stuart was issued an appearance ticket after his arrest.
According to the NYS Department of Corrections, Stuart served over 4 years at Livingston Correctional Facility starting in 1995 for Burglary in the Second Degree, and then 8 years at Cape Vincent Correctional Facility starting in 2004 for Grand Larceny in the Third Degree and Burglary in the Third Degree.
Family members of Stuart appeared in court and left with some of his personal belongings after he was taken into custody by a Geneseo Police Officer.