Seneca Falls man arrested twice during larceny investigation after violating court order

Police say a Seneca Falls man was arrested twice after a larceny investigation.

On Wednesday at approximately 2:19 p.m. officers arrested 20-year-old Servin J. Page, of Seneca Falls, for acting in concert with other subjects, knowingly pawning stolen property.

The property was pawned for cash. As result, he was charged with one count of conspiracy and processed.

Police say he was released, and set to appear in Seneca Falls Town Court again on December 12th.

During that investigation, when officers attempted to find him at his last known address – they found a protected party under an order of protection.

As result, Page was charged with criminal contempt and released on an appearance ticket for that offense.