Crime Spree Duo Indicted for Grand Larceny and Possession of Stolen Property in Multi-State Theft Operation

Batavia, New York – Jalen I. Brown and Devante M. Wells, two individuals from Batavia, have been indicted on multiple counts of grand larceny, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, and conspiracy. The charges stem from an incident that took place on June 24 at Dick’s Sporting Goods, where Brown and Wells are accused of stealing property valued at over $3,000. The pair was allegedly in possession of a stolen vehicle and is also accused of coordinated theft. Brown, who is accused of driving a stolen Volkswagen while impaired by drugs, caused damage to both the patrol vehicle and the stolen car, resulting in over $1,500 in damages to each.

In a separate case, Wells is facing charges of burglary, grand larceny, and conspiracy related to an incident that occurred at Kohl’s Department Store on February 13. It is alleged that Wells entered the store with the intention of committing a crime and stole property with a value exceeding $1,000. Additionally, Wells has been indicted on two counts of bail jumping, after failing to appear in court on August 8 and July 18, respectively.

Another individual, Terrance Falk, is facing charges of criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree. He was found to be in possession of a folding saw on October 24 in Batavia.

Ivette A. Dejesus, on the other hand, has been indicted on a count of bail jumping in the second degree. Dejesus failed to appear in court as ordered on June 20 in connection with a felony charge.

Fernando Santiago-Vega and Robert L. Ball, III are both facing charges of grand larceny and conspiracy for stealing property from Target on January 20. The stolen items were valued at over $1,000.

Jamie A. Dutton has been indicted on charges of tampering with physical evidence and obstructing governmental administration. Dutton allegedly hid a glass crack pipe under a porch on Dellinger Avenue on August 25, in an attempt to hinder a government official from performing their duties.

Lastly, Isrrael Obregon, Jr., has been indicted on charges of aggravated unlicensed operation and driving while intoxicated. Obregon was found to be driving on a revoked license on May 29 in Batavia.

These indictments highlight a series of alleged criminal activities occurring in Batavia, New York. The accused individuals face a range of charges, including grand larceny, unauthorized vehicle use, conspiracy, and bail jumping. The cases involve incidents at various retail stores and instances of impaired driving. The individuals will now face legal proceedings and potential consequences for their actions, as the justice system seeks to uphold the law and hold them accountable.