LOCKPORT – A Buffalo man accepted a plea offer Monday in the case of a $68,820 burglary at a Universal Wireless store in Niagara Falls last year.
Anthony W. Flood, 26, of Alma Avenue, pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of petit larceny, while the attorney for co-defendant Marcus T. Davis, 27, of Dorris Avenue, Buffalo, said in court that his client intends to plead guilty May 22 to attempted third-degree burglary. Niagara County Judge Sara Sheldon scheduled Flood’s sentencing for July 6.
Assistant District Attorney Kevin D. Canali said each man will be responsible for half of the restitution tab, which includes $1,000 for the store owner’s insurance deductible and $67,820 to Liberty Mutual Insurance. The crime occurred Jan. 22, 2014.