AVON – A Richmond man was grounded at the Livingston County Jail Thursday night after he was arrested for the alleged theft of a plasma cutter from a local business.
According to a press release from Livingston County Sheriff Thomas Dougherty, Sean Harloff, 25, was charged with felony Grand Larceny in the Third Degree.
The ‘Snap on Tools’ cutter, valued at approximately $3,760, was allegedly stolen on Lakeville Road on Dec. 1.
The cutter was later recovered at an automotive body shop in the Town of Bloomfield.
Deputy Michael Williams handled the investigation with Sergeant Joseph Breu of the Road Patrol Division. The investigation is ongoing and other charges are possible.
Harloff indicated that he did not have an attorney and was served an application for the Public Defender.
Harloff was arraigned in Avon Town Court before Justice Peter Piampiano and remanded to the jail on $2,500 cash bail or $5,000 secured bond.
Harloff will return to Avon Town Court at a later date for further proceedings.