An Oakfield man facing felony burglary and larceny charges in Genesee and Orleans counties also faces numerous charges in Monroe County, where he and his girlfriend went on a crime spree, police said.
Judd A. Farewell, 28, and Samantha Wroblewski, 31, admitted stealing from numerous cars throughout Monroe County after their first arrest on June 10.
Monroe County sheriff’s deputies said they were sent to a Pittsford location for a report of a woman who had passed out in a car.
Farewell, who lied to deputies about his name, and Wroblewski were found inside the car along with stolen credit cards, needles, baggies and other items stolen from cars.
They were charged with criminal possession of stolen property and released.
Three days later, Farewell was stopped at Walmart in Henrietta and found with needles and stolen credit cards, deputies said.
In all, Farewell was charged in Monroe with six counts of fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, one count of misdemeanor fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, two counts of criminal impersonation and multiple traffic violations.
Wroblewski was charged with one count each of fourth-and-fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property.
Farewell was turned over to Genesee County, where he is charged with third-degree burglary, third-degree grand larceny, fourth-degree grand larceny, felony criminal mischief and petit larceny.
He also faces felony grand larceny charges in Shelby, Orleans County.
Farewell had been in jail but was released Tuesday.