Endicott Woman Arrested on Suspicion of Several Burglaries
An Endicott woman is accused of stealing items from a couple of bars in the village.
Endicott police responded to a burglar alarm at the Downtown Quarterback on Washington Avenue shortly after 6 a.m. March 28 and found the front window of the bar and the passenger side window of the owner’s vehicle had been broken.
About a half hour later, authorities responded to an alarm at Sam’s Bar on North Street.
A short time later Village and New York State Police found 29 year old Alyssa Chukoloski walking on railroad tracks near the 500 block of North Street.
Authorities say they found items from the Sam’s Bar break-in in her possession. They say they also found evidence connecting Chucoloski with a February 27th burglary at Ready to Rummage on West Main Street and an attempted break-n at Legal Nails on Washington Avenue.
The woman is charged with two felony counts of burglary, two felony counts of attempted burglary, one felony count of criminal mischief and one felony count of tampering with evidence. She is also charged with misdemeanor stealing items from a vehicle and possession of burglar’s tools.