Wellsville Daily Reporter Covers Father and Son Accused of Stealing over $100,000 worth of Items in NY and PA

Police to return $100,000 worth of items back to their owners

Ron Farrow, Sr.

From the Wellsville Daily Reporter

AMITY – Christmas is a time for giving, and the State Police in Amity are giving $100,000 worth of stolen items back to their owners this week.

The items include all-terrain vehicles, snowmobiles and tools and machinery. The items were found after a father and son were arrested earlier this month along with another man from Wellsville.

Ron Farrow, Jr.

The father, Ronnie L. Farrow Sr., 52, of Andover, and his son, Ronnie L. Farrow, Jr., 25, of Wellsville, are facing charges of burglary, larceny, and possession of stolen property. The charges are related to incidents starting in September and running into December. Amity-based State Police also charged Josiah D. Milne-Dunne, 26, of Wellsville, with third-degree grand larceny on Dec. 2 in the Town of Willing. He was also previously charged with third-degree grand larceny and third-degree criminal possession of stolen property in Willing. Troopers said Milne-Dunne is on probation from a previous arrest.

See video of stolen items here.

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One Comment

  1. Dinabillings says:

    what a bunch of dirtbags….Too dam lazy to go out and get a job like most people…Have to steal people’s property because you are skum and cant afford to buy your own shit…My GOD its bad enough we have to support you and your kids, and here you steal our kids shit!!

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