Police: Ithaca resident charged with burglary, identity theft after series of incidents

Police in Ithaca say they arrested a local resident following a series of burglary investigations between August and September.

Kasheen Camel, 43, of Ithaca was charged with third-degree burglary, fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, third-degree identity theft, false personation, and petit larceny.

Police say the crimes took place on multiple dates throughout August and September.

Camel was arraigned and remanded to the Tompkins County Jail. Additional charges may also be filed pending the conclusion of several other burglary investigations, according to police.

They say a number of items that are believed to be stolen were recovered during the investigation. Anyone with information about the incidents should call (607) 272-9973.