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Two Arrested Following “Disabled Motorist” Stop In Remsen

Gino Geruntino, WIBX

State Police say two Utica men are facing grand larceny charges, after a disabled motorist stop turned ugly in the Town of Remsen.

Officials say a trooper stopped to assist a disabled car when she noticed the driver had a suspended driver’s license and hypodermic needles.

Troopers also found about $2,000 worth of Gillette Fusion razors stolen from the Lowville Wal-Mart on Route 12.

Nathaniel Walker, 39, and John Makuch, 63, both of Utica, are each charged with Grand Larceny. Walker is also charged with Possession of a Hypodermic Instrument.

Both were sent to the Lewis County Jail on bail.

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