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Utica Man Arrested For Allegedly Breaking Into Vehicles

Utica Police Department

A Utica man faces a slew of charges after allegedly breaking into two vehicles and stealing items.

Utica Police say they responded to the 1800 block of Rutger St., where they arrested 46 year-old Kenneth Rabideau, of Bleecker St.

Officials say Rabideau broke into cars on Tilden Avenue and St. Anthony Street, but was also traced to other areas, including Lansing, Niagara and Ontario Streets. Footprints in the snow also led police to Weston Avenue, Blandina Street and Osborn Street.

He is charged with 2 counts of petit larceny, criminal trespass, harassment and resisting arrest.

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