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On Tuesday, November 29, at approximately 3:40 a.m., State Police arrested 18-year-old Calyx A. Estep from 32 State Route 49, Cleveland, and 21-year-old Jordan T. Garrett, from 2284 County Route 37, Lot #66, West Monroe, for Robbery 2nd degree, a class “C” felony.
Calyx A. Estep
According to State Police, the two men are responsible for the bank robbery that occurred Monday at the Fulton Savings Bank located at 45 Redfield St, Constantia.
Both suspects were arraigned in the Town of Constantia Court.
They were remanded to the Oswego County Public Safety Building in lieu of bail.
The New York State Police would like to thank the public and the Constantia Fire Department for their assistance with this investigation.
Jordan T. Garrett