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Parish Man Accused Of Stealing From Doughnut Store

Staff report

A Parish man’s alleged attempt to separate the dough from the doughnuts has landed him in jail.

The Oswego County Sheriff’s Department alleges that Kyle Randall, 19, of 251 County Route 22, Parish, stole money from the safe at the Dunkin’ Donuts store in Parish last week.

He’s charged with petit larceny.

At the same time, police accused him of breaking into a Parish home on August 16, stealing a guitar and amplifier.  He’s accused of a felony count of burglary and petit larceny in this case.

The Sheriff’s Department issued Randall tickets on the charges and turned him over to State Police.

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