Local man arrested in Waterloo pharmacy burglary

The Waterloo Village Police Department is reporting that on Friday, August 5th at 1:45 PM, officers arrested a local resident following a lengthy investigation into several crimes committed over the past year. The Monroe County Public Safety Laboratory assisted the Waterloo Police in the case with obtaining DNA and other evidence in the case.David B. Kolbash, age 29, of 78 Center Street, Waterloo, was charged with Falsely Reporting an incident, Attempted Burglary 3rd Degree and Criminal Mischief 3rd Degree for an incident that occurred on March 14, 2010. It is alleged that Kolbash reported an emergency to the police in an attempt to divert attention away from him while he attempted to break into the Valley Pharmacy on West Main Street in the Village. He allegedly broke a door at the business in an attempt to burglarize the building but he was not able to gain access.Kolbash was also charged with Burglary 3rd Degree, Criminal Mischief 4th Degree, Possession of Burglars Tools and Petit Larceny for an incident on May 30, 2011 at the same location.David Kolbash is also accused of breaking a door and gaining access into the Valley Pharmacy on West Main Street. While inside the Pharmacy Kolbash is accused of stealing medication from the store and was in possession of a tool that he used to assist him in breaking into the building.Kolbash was arraigned in the Waterloo Village court on the 3 Felony charges and 4 Misdemeanor charges and was sent to the Seneca County Jail with no bail. Mr. Kolbash is scheduled to be back into Waterloo Village Court on August 9, 2011.

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