Former highway superintendent pleads guilty to stealing thousands in merchandise from Home Depot

A Yorktown businessman and his accomplice pleaded guilty to stealing thousands of dollars' worth of merchandise from a Home Depot in Mohegan Lake.

News 12 Staff

Dec 16, 2021, 5:43 PM

Updated 894 days ago

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A Yorktown businessman and his accomplice pleaded guilty to stealing thousands of dollars' worth of merchandise from a Home Depot in Mohegan Lake.
Police say Eric DiBartolo, 59, of Yorktown, was accused of bringing merchandise to the checkout and was not charged for many of his items.
He pleaded guilty to petit larceny while 59-year-old Tyrone Bass, of Cortlandt, a cashier, pleaded guilty to criminal possession of stolen property.
As part of their sentence, both men must perform 50 hours of community service and are banned from all Home Depot locations.
DiBartolo, a former Yorktown highway superintendent, also paid nearly $15,000 for the items stolen from the store.


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