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Endicott Police Charge Two In Dirt Bike Deal

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Endicott police say two Broome County men have been arrested in connection with the sale of a dirt bike that had been stolen from the village’s North Side.

Authorities say a 2007 Yamaha dirt bike was taken from a two-family house on Robble Avenue.

Investigators believe 19-year-old Chad Karabon, who lives at a nearby Robble Avenue residence, stole the bike.

Police say 22-year-old Shadoe Warren of Rollins Avenue, Binghamton, was accused of helping Karabon to sell the dirt bike to someone in Binghamton.

The bike has been recovered.

Detectives say Karabon was charged with felony grand larceny and Warren was charged with possession of stolen property.

Both men were arraigned in Endicott village court. Warren was sent to Broome County Jail without bail. Karabon was released on his own recognizance.

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