Three men face charges in 25 car break-ins
WARSAW -- Three Genesee Valley men face felony larceny charges after police tracked them down in connection with more than two dozen thefts from parked vehicles in Wyoming County, sheriff's deputies reported.
Christopher Wilmet, 17, of Retsof, and brothers Brock Bardeen, 19, and Roger Bardeen, 21, both of Perry, are accused of 25 car break-ins in Perry, Castile and Silver Lake, deputies said.
They also are wanted in connection with larcenies in Livingston and Genesee counties, according to Sheriff's Lt. Edward Till.
Deputies said they searched the Bardeen home in Perry and found a stolen laptop computer, golf clubs, bicycle, debit card, wallets, hundreds of CDs, knives, cellular phones and other items.