Man Faces More Charges In Stolen Property Investigation

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A Watertown man previously charged with possessing stolen property now faces additional charges that he tampered with evidence in his case.

State police say 35 year old Aaron Netto allegedly concealed from police a device known as a Wacker Tamper, valued at around $2,3000.

The device, police say, had been stolen from a Con Tech Building Systems construction site on County Route 202 in the town of Watertown.

Netto was charged with tampering with physical evidence and fourth degree criminal possession of stolen property.

Earlier this month, he was charged third degree criminal possession of stolen property. Police said they had found several items stolen from area burglaries at his Ridgeway Road home.

Police are looking for help in their investigation. Anyone who bought items from Netto is asked to call 315-782-2112.

See our earlier stories here and here.

Saturday, July 26, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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