People v. Drexler, Case No. 20110109

CourtNew York County Court
Writing for the CourtThomas J. DiSalvo, J.
Citation73 Misc.3d 1229 (A),155 N.Y.S.3d 544 (Table)
Parties The PEOPLE of the State of New York v. Kyle T. DREXLER, Defendant.
Docket NumberCase No. 20110109
Decision Date09 December 2021

73 Misc.3d 1229 (A)
155 N.Y.S.3d 544 (Table)

The PEOPLE of the State of New York
v.
Kyle T. DREXLER, Defendant.

Case No. 20110109

Justice Court, New York, Town of Webster, Monroe County.

Decided on December 9, 2021


Sandra Doorley, District Attorney, Monroe County (Jacqueline Moyer, of Counsel), for plaintiff.

Timothy P. Donaher, Public Defender, Monroe County (Francis Strazzeri ), of Counsel), for defendant.

Thomas J. DiSalvo, J.

Facts of the Case.

The defendant was charged with petit larceny in violation of P.L. § 155.25 on October 12, 2020. It was alleged in the complaint by Officer Frate of the Webster Police Department that the defendant

"... did enter a 2018 Jeep Cherokee ... owned by Kent J. Scott ... and took several items without permission to do so. When the defendant entered Kent J. Scott's Vehicle, he took a Roblox gift card with $30.00 on it, a pair of Oakley Sunglasses valued at $200.00, a bottle of Diddy Unforgivable Cologne valued at $50.00 and $50.00 in cash/change. The total value of the items the defendant took was $330.00."

Attached to the complaint was a supporting deposition, affirmed under penalty of perjury, by the victim of the theft, making the accusatory instrument an information, wherein it stated in pertinent part as follows:

"I Kent J. Scott ... work at Costanzas Meats.... On October 12th 2020 around 2:16 P.M. our CCTV footage showed a white Volkswagen Passat owned by a male named Kyle T. Drexler ... pull into the parking lot of the store. The video then shows Kyle exit the vehicle and begin walking around the building checking all the entrances of the store for unlocked doors and looking into the windows. After he found no doors open he checked our delivery truck to see if than was unlocked. Kyle then checked all of the employees cars to see if they were unlocked. When Kyle got to my car, a Jeep Cherokee ..., he was able to make entry and stole multiple items.1

... I do not know who Kyle is and have never met him before."

The defense attorney filed omnibus motions, wherein, among other forms of relief, requested that the accusatory instrument...

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