ITHACA, N.Y. — Ithaca police have announced the arrest of an Ithaca man in connection to at least one burglary and possession of stolen property, along with other related charges.

Kasheen Camel, 43, of Ithaca, was arrested on Sept. 24 and charged with third degree burglary, fourth degree criminal possession of stolen property, third degree identity theft, false personation and an additional arrest warrant for petit larceny. Police said the crimes occurred on “multiple dates” throughout August and September of this year. The police did not specify whether Camel was responsible for the string of burglaries that have been reported, many of which have occurred around West Hill, but they did state that additional charges may also be filed pending investigations into other burglaries.

Camel was arraigned before Ithaca City Court Judge Seth Peacock and was remanded to Tompkins County Jail. Police also found Camel in possession of “numerous items” that they believe are stolen property. Anyone who has had items stolen from their residence but hasn’t reported the crime to police should contact the IPD investigation division at (607) 272-9973, ext. 4.

Matt Butler

Matt Butler is the Education & Public Health Reporter at the Ithaca Voice. He can be reached by email at mbutler@ithacavoice.com