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The Telegram
  • Parolee from Frankfort arrested again, police say

  • A Utica man faces a felony charge regarding stolen scrap metal, Frankfort town police said.

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  • A Utica man faces a felony charge regarding stolen scrap metal, Frankfort town police said.
    David K. Ingerham, 27, of Blandina Street, was charged on Friday with third-degree criminal possession of stolen property, police said.
    Ingerham, who is a parolee stemming from a grand larceny conviction, was caught shortly after he tried to cash in stolen scrap metal from a Utica business at Crash’s Scrap Metal on West River Road in Frankfort, police said. Police said they received a complaint from the owner of Metal Logix. When the owner confronted Ingerham, police said Ingerham fled and was apprehended hiding under a trailer.
    He was arraigned in Frankfort Town Court and sent to the Herkimer County jail in lieu of cash bail.
    More charges are pending.
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