BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — A West Seneca volunteer firefighter is accused of thieving merchandise from residence enhancement stores all through Western New York.
The Erie County District Attorney’s Office environment announced that 26-year-old Dylan Biddeman of West Seneca was arraigned Friday in West Seneca City Court docket on one particular count of 3rd-diploma grand larceny.
The district attorney’s business office reported Biddeman and 33-calendar year-old Ryan J. Miller allegedly stole items from residence enhancement outlets all through Western New York in between Oct 1, 2021 and April 8, 2022.
Biddeman, a volunteer firefighter with Vigilant Hearth Company in West Seneca, is scheduled to return on May 27 and was launched on his individual recognizance as the charge is a non-qualifying offense for bail. He faces a optimum of seven a long time in prison.
Miller, a patrol officer with the West Seneca Police Office, was off-obligation at the time of the alleged incidents. He was arraigned on April 27 on one rely of 3rd-diploma grand larceny and a single count of third-diploma felony possession of stolen property.
According to the district attorney’s workplace, a search warrant was executed at Miller’s household on Ehinger Push the place some stolen merchandise was allegedly recovered. He is also scheduled to return on Could 27 and faces a greatest of seven years in prison.
The West Seneca Law enforcement Office unveiled a assertion on its Fb website page which claimed in component that Miller has been suspended without pay as the investigation proceeds.