Cayuga County Sheriff David Gould announced on Monday that two additional arrests had been made in connection with an armed robbery that took place in Genoa just after midnight on Saturday.
Deputies arrested Christian Reynolds, 19, of Moravia and charged him with first-degree burglary. He was arraigned in Genoa Court and remanded to the Cayuga County Jail in lieu of $5,000 cash bail or $10,000 secured bond.
Deputies also arrested Dylan Krause, 17, of Moravia, as well and was charged with first-degree burglary. He was arraigned in Owasco Court and remanded to the Cayuga County Jail in lieu of $5,000 cash bail or $10,000 secured bond.
Anyone with additional information is urged to contact Detective Sergeant Cornelius at (315) 253-6562. Anonymous tips are also welcomed, according to deputies.
Cayuga County Sheriff David Gould reports that one arrest has been made following an investigation into a burglary and armed robbery that took place at a residence in Genoa.
Shortly after midnight on Saturday Gould says that deputies responded to a burglary that had reportedly occurred on Route 90 in Genoa. The victim reported that multiple unknown subjects entered the home forcefully. When the suspects made their way into the home, Gould says that the homeowner was assaulted.
Gould says that one of the suspects has now been identified and arrested. Detectives believe that two others were likely involved, and are working to identify those individuals. It is believed that one of the subjects involved in this incident was armed with a gun.
Jahree Cathcart, 17, of Moravia was arrested and charged with first-degree burglary – a Class B felony and resisting arrest. He was arraigned in Moravia Court and remanded to the Cayuga County Jail in lieu of $200,000 cash bail or $400,000 secured bond.
Detectives with the Sheriff’s Office have identified the two other suspects, as Christian A. Reynolds, 19, who was last known to live in Moravia, as well as Dylan J. Krause, 17, also last known to be residing in Moravia.
Anyone with information is urged to contact investigators at (315) 253-3545.