Two New York State men stole ATVs from a truck that was also stolen


These two are just racking up the charges, aren’t they? New York State Police said they arrested two men on Friday who were carrying a plethora of illegal goods in their truck, including one of two ATVs believed to have been stolen in the area. Did we also mention that the truck they were in was also allegedly stolen, so we really shouldn’t call it ‘their truck’. Luckily, law enforcement was able to put a stop to this crime spree that looks like something out of the ordinary. Stupid and even more stupid.

Police said they found the two men in a Chevrolet truck after being called to report a trespassing Friday morning in Genoa. Officials say they found an ATV in the bed of the truck, along with another ATV stored in a trailer that was on the property. But that wasn’t it. Upon investigation, authorities found several long guns and more than two and a half grams of methamphetamine in the truck.

But that was not all yet. says police discovered the truck was stolen from a landscaping company in Syracuse on Wednesday. The owner of one of the ATVs said the vehicle was stolen in a burglary in the town of Lansing, NY. Police are looking for answers about where the ATV that was in the bed of the truck came from. The two now face multiple charges, with more charges pending.

In June 2021, a New York man tried to hide a stolen truck by spray painting it. His trip from Florida to New York in March of the same year cost him dearly. Police say the 25-year-old rented the U-Haul to drive to New York, but never returned it. Apparently, this man had a master plan to avoid getting caught. Officials say he painted the truck all black. Uh.

If you’ve ever seen a poorly spray painted vehicle, it’s quite a sight. says the Bossvale, NY man had hidden the creepy-looking painted truck, in an effort to evade authorities. But his luck ended when the truck was discovered by police in Vienna, NY, during a burglary investigation. Police say when discovered, the man also removed the catalytic converter from the U-Haul at some point. Catalytic converter thefts have exploded in recent times, as stolen parts can be resold on the black market for big bucks.

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