Authorities in Cayuga County arrested a Pulaski resident following an investigation into a burglary last year.
On June 29 Andrew Nicholson, age 30, was arrested by the Cayuga County Sheriff’s Office on two outstanding arrest warrants related to a burglary incident that occurred in December 2022.
Nicholson, from Pulaski had previously been held in the Jefferson County Jail on unrelated charges. The arrest warrants were issued following an incident in which he, alongside two accomplices, burglarized the Throop Town Highway Garage and the Cayuga County range building.
Coty Herrington, 25, and Devin Shoults, 26, were arrested earlier in connection with this incident. The authorities have charged Nicholson with two counts of third-degree burglary and he is currently being held at the Cayuga County Jail.
Sheriff Brian Schenck is urging anyone with additional information about this incident to contact Detective Harkness at 315-294-8143, or to submit anonymous tips at the Cayuga County website.
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