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Utica Man Arrested On Bench Warrant Faces Additional Charge

New Hartford, NY (WIBX) – A Utica man arrested on a bench warrant out of New Hartford for petty larceny is facing an additional charge.

After taking 20-year old Charles Kulick into custody, New Hartford Police say they found Kulick to be in possession of several items, including a GPS unit that was reported stolen from a parked car on Oxford Road.

Kulick was charged with criminal possession of stolen property.

Police say they received several complaints of items being stolen from cars on Oxford Road on June 27th and 28th.

The investigation is continuing.

Residents on Oxford Road who had items stolen from their cars are asked to contact New Hartford Police at 724-7111.

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