January 4 — Farmington — A local man was accused of breaking into a Walmart and stealing merchandise on Sunday, breaking into Hippachfield House and stealing alcohol from an Irving convenience store on Main Street.
Farmington Police have charged Myles AD Lynch, 20, of Farmington with burglary, two counts of theft by unauthorized acquisition or transfer, two counts of violating terms of release, two counts of trespassing and two counts of mischief. was arrested.
Deputy Police Chief Shane Court said Wednesday that Officer Ryan Rosie received a report of a robbery at a Walmart on Wilton Road at 7 a.m. It showed how to break it, enter the store, and get into the car with the product. Rosie sent photos of the suspect and the car to his fellow officers, Court said.
Sergeant Ethan Boyd and Officer Jonathan Parker responded to reports of someone peering into car windows at Irving’s store and McDonald’s restaurant on Main Street around 10:30 p.m., reportedly. Cort said the suspect ran across the street to Hippachfield.
Police saw him in a locked fieldhouse. He was wearing the same hat in the Walmart video, Court said. They asked him about the robbery, and he is said to have confessed to breaking into a Walmart.
Officers also learned that the suspect, later identified as Lynch, had stolen alcohol from Irving’s store. It was reflected in, said Cote.
Lynch was being held Wednesday in lieu of $1,000 cash bail at the Franklin County Jail.
A robbery conviction carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison. Penalties for misdemeanor convictions range from six months to 364 days in prison for him.