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Monday, December 15, 2014

Stephen Zimmerman
TOWN OF LOCKPORT — A 24-year-old Lockport man was charged by New York State Police with grand larceny after troopers say he tried to sell stolen stainless steel at a scrap yard in Niagara Falls.

Stephen J. Zimmerman was charged with third-degree grand larceny on Dec. 5 after troopers from Lockport had responded to a report of a grand larceny of stainless steel sheets from Lockport Custom Laser Inc. The metal had an estimated value of $4,500.

While the troopers were interviewing the business owner, Metalico Scrap Metal in Niagara Falls reported three males getting ready to scrap stainless steel sheets. Troopers from the Niagara barracks responded to the scrap yard immediately and took all three males, who were in possession of the stainless steel sheets, into custody.

The investigation revealed that Zimmerman stole approximately more than three dozen 39-inch by 80-inch stainless steel sheets and then offered to pay two males to help him unload the stainless steel sheets.

Zimmerman was arraigned in the Town of Lockport and remanded to Niagara County Jail in lieu of $2,500 bail.

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