Fulton Police say they arrested a man and a teenager for damaging a laundromat and threatening the business’s employee.
Police report that Tuesday at about 11:30 p.m., an employee of the E-Z Stop Laundromat at 805 W. Broadway called police to say he had found two people inside the business, damaging the washers and dryers and taking property.
The employee said that one of the two robbers then threatened him with a knife and ran off.
Police later arrested Gary A. Reynolds, 18, of 18 W. Eleventh St., Fulton and a 15 year old person at an address across the street from the laundromat.
They allege Reynolds and the teenager damaged washing machines, stole a vending machine and took coins from machines.
Reynolds and the teenager were arraigned in Fulton City Court Wednesday morning. Judge Jerome Mirabito set bail for each at $50,000 cash or bond and sent them to the Oswego County Correctional Facility.
Reynolds returns to City Court January 5 at 9:00 a.m.