Buffalo teenager who was arrested eight times in 52 days pleads guilty
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — A Buffalo teenager, who was arrested eight times between New 12 months’s Eve and Feb. 21 after stealing a number of automobiles, pleaded guilty to a number of prices in Erie County Court docket on Friday.
Kahill Reeves, 18, pleaded guilty to:
- Two counts of reckless endangerment in the primary diploma, a Class D felony
- One depend of grand larceny in the third diploma, a Class D felony
- 4 counts of prison possession of stolen property in the fourth diploma, a Class E felony
- One depend of unauthorized use of a motor automobile in the second diploma, a Class E felony
In response to the Erie County DA’s workplace, the fees stem from the next incidents:
- Dec. 31, 2021: Officers tried a visitors cease on Genesee Avenue round 5 a.m. after a automobile that was reported stolen from the City of Cheektowaga was seen by the sufferer, who referred to as 911 and mentioned the automobile was being pushed across the space of Doat Avenue and Bailey Avenue. Reeves didn’t pull over for an tried visitors cease, however crashed right into a parked automobile on Suffolk Avenue close to LaSalle Avenue. He was issued an look ticket.
- Jan. 11, 2022: Reeves was seen by a BPD officer driving a stolen automobile on Keystone Avenue round 3:20 a.m. The automobile was additionally reported stolen from the City of Cheektowaga. The automobile stopped and Reeves and different occupants tried to flee on foot to evade arrest. He was apprehended on Wex Avenue and issued an look ticket.
- Jan. 12, 2022: Simply after 10 p.m., a BPD officer noticed Reeves in the motive force’s seat of a stolen automobile on East Amherst Avenue. The automobile was reported stolen from a City of Tonawanda residence after the proprietor left the automobile operating with out the important thing inside. He was issued one other look ticket.
- Jan. 20, 2022: One other patrol officer noticed Reeves driving a automobile, reported stolen from the City of Amherst the day earlier than, on East Delavan Avenue close to East Finish Avenue round 5 p.m. Reeves reportedly sped off via the town when the officer tried a visitors cease, crashing into one other automobile. The stolen automobile flipped over with Reeves in it through the collision, and the opposite automobile was totaled. He was held pending arraignment, however was launched on his personal recognizance as the fees didn’t qualify for bail.
- Feb. 1, 2022: Reeves was arrested round 7 p.m. after stealing a automobile parked exterior a City of Tonawanda residence. The proprietor reportedly ran after the automobile after he noticed it being backed out of his driveway, as he had left it operating with out the keys inside. Reeves and different reported occupants tried to flee through rideshare. They have been positioned by officers, who matched an outline offered by the sufferer, and positioned them beneath arrest. Reeves was arraigned and launched beneath supervision.
- The opposite defendant concerned with this stolen automobile, who was 17 years outdated on the time, was charged with grand larceny in the third diploma and unauthorized use of a motorcar. He’s scheduled to return earlier than a Youth Half decide on Thursday.
- Feb. 7, 2022: Simply earlier than 4:30 a.m., BPD officers noticed Reeves and two co-defendants sleeping inside a stolen automobile parked on Colvin Avenue, close to Crescent Avenue. The automobile was stolen in a single day from the City of Tonawanda after the keys had been left inside. They have been charged and given look tickets to be arraigned on Feb. 25. Reeves failed to look, as he was in custody in Niagara County.
- One co-defendant was given an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal. The opposite pleaded guilty to 1 depend of disorderly conduct, a violation, on April 8.
- Feb. 17, 2022: Buffalo Police responded to Cordova Avenue round 8:45 p.m. to a report of a suspicious automobile. Reeves was discovered in the automobile, which was reported stolen in the Bailey-Kensington space. Reeves was given one other look ticket.
- Feb. 21, 2022: Whereas Amherst Police have been investigating a report of larcenies from parked automobiles round Florence Lane and Glenhaven Drive, an officer noticed a automobile matching the outline of the suspect automobile on East Summerset Lane, round 2:45 a.m. When the officer tried to tug the automobile over, Reeves as soon as once more sped off. He was apprehended in Niagara County and brought into custody. He was given an look ticket for Amherst City Court docket.
Whereas all the prices have been non-qualifying for bail, the DA’s workplace filed a movement to request Reeves be held with out bail, for committing further felonies whereas launched for earlier felony arrests. The movement was granted and Reeves’ launch was revoked.
Reeves faces a most of 36 years in jail when he’s sentenced on June 30 if he’s sentenced as an grownup. If sentenced as a minor, he faces a most of 4 years in jail. He continues to stay held with out bail.
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