Three White Plains residents are scheduled to appear in Cortlandt town court later this month after they were allegedly found with several thousand dollars’ worth of stolen merchandise from businesses in Yorktown and Cortlandt Wednesday afternoon.
State police arrested Robin Mindingall, 56; Barry M. Brown, 53; and Louis S. Nowell, 61; and charged them with fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, a felony.
At about 3 p.m., trooper said they stopped a vehicle driven by Mindingall on East Main Street in the Town of Cortlandt. When troopers looked inside the vehicle, they allegedly found items stolen from a number of businesses, including the Sears in Yorktown and the Kohl’s in Cortlandt.
Mindingall was arrested and given an appearance ticket to reappear in Cortlandt town court on Jan. 24.
Brown and Nowell were sent to Westchester County Jail without bail. They are scheduled to appear in Cortlandt town court on Friday.
The State Police are continuing the investigation into other crimes this group may be responsible for in Westchester. Anyone with information pertaining to the activities of these parties is asked to contact the State Police at (914)737-7171. All calls will be kept confidential.