Warrant Wednesday: Ulster County Man Wanted for Larceny
Here are this week’s outstanding warrants from the New York State Police. They ask all of us to help by spreading the word. The New York State Police post these warrants on their Facebook page and, while we have highlighted an individual here, you can see all of this week’s outstanding warrants in the video below.
New York State Police Troop F, Kingston, are looking for 26-year-old Thomas Miranda for petit larceny and offering a false instrument to file in the 2nd degree. According to the New York State Police, Miranda was arrested after filing a false report with the state police claiming that his debit card was stolen and that someone had made unauthorized charges totaling $778.55. He was then reimbursed $996.83 from the bank to cover the alleged stolen money, overdraft fees and other penalties. After an additional investigation, it was revealed that Miranda had actually removed the money from his own account. After failing to return to court, a bench warrant was issued for his arrest from the Town of Shandaken Court.
Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of this individual should contact the NY State Police ASAP. You should not take any police-action yourself other than to contact the NY State Police at (845) 338-1702 or email Crimetip@troopers.ny.gov.