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September 25, 2018

Teen Foursome Facing Felony Burglary Charges


OSWEGO, NY – Sheriff’s deputies have charged four teens in connection with burglaries in Hastings over the weekend.

Christopher R. Schroeder

Christopher R. Schroeder

On Oct. 5, Christopher R. Schroeder, 18, of 444 Woodworth Road, Central Square; Corey A. Durham, 18, of 269 US Route 11, Lot 29, Central Square; Jacob D. LeBeau, 18, of 141 North St., Cleveland; and Jeremiah M. Ransom, 18, of 3 Beach Road, Cleveland, were each arrested for third-degree burglary and second-degree criminal mischief (both class D felonies) and fifth-degree conspiracy (a class A misdemeanor).

The arrests stem from the investigation into an incident that occurred in the town of Hastings on that same day.

 

Corey A. Durham

Corey A. Durham

They reportedly unlawfully entered a construction business by crashing a vehicle into a door to gain entry, causing damage to the building, then allegedly stole items from within.

During another illegal entry to a diner on the same evening, where a window was smashed out to gain entry and damage was caused to the building and a cash register, Mr. LeBeau was further charged with third-degree burglary (a class D felony), fourth-degree criminal mischief and fifth-degree conspiracy (both class A misdemeanors).

 

Jacob D. LeBeau

Jacob D. LeBeau

Mr. Durham, Mr. Ransom and Mr. Schroeder were each additionally charged with third-degree burglary (a class D felony) and fifth-degree conspiracy (a class A misdemeanor), for their alleged participation in the incident.

The men were each arraigned before the Hon. Michael Clark, Town of Hastings Court, and remanded to the Oswego County Correctional Facility; Mr. Schroeder and Mr. Durham in lieu of $5,000 cash bail or $10,000 bail bond.

 

Jeremiah M. Ransom

Jeremiah M. Ransom

Mr. Ransom and Mr. LeBeau were remanded in lieu of $2,500 cash bail or $5,000 bail bond.

They are all scheduled to return to court on Oct. 9.

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