Corning Police Department responded to a call around 10:50 p.m. in response to a domestic incident on June 28th.
After locating the victim and investigating, the suspect, Chad Gardner, 34 of Erwin, could not be located.
On June 29th police responded to another domestic incident involving the suspect and upon arrival he fled on foot.
After locating him hiding behind a local business, he again fled on foot before being taken into custody and transported to the Corning Police Department.
He was charged with 12 crimes in total:
Robbery 3rd degree – D felony
Aggravated family offense (2) counts – class E felony
Criminal contempt 1st degree (4) counts – class E felony
Burglary 2nd degree – C felony
Grand larceny 4th degree _ E felony
Criminal mischief 4th degree (2) counts – class a misdemeanor
Unlawful imprisonment 2nd degree – class A misdemeanor
Petit larceny – class A misdemeanor
He was transported to the Steuben County Jail pending arraignment the morning of June 30th.
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