STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — A Nice Plains man was arrested after trying to shoplift from a Household Greenback in Stapleton and threatening a retailer worker with scissors final Friday, police allege.
At round eight:12 p.m. on Jan. 27, Christopher Levatino tried to take ice cream and crackers from the shop with out paying when he was stopped by the shop’s safety, in response to the legal grievance filed in courtroom.
Levatino, of Outerbridge Avenue, left the scene, and later returned wielding a pair of scissors, authorities allege.
The 22-yr-previous pointed the scissors on the retailer worker and threatened the person saying, “I am going to reduce you,” in response to the grievance.
The NYPD arrested Levatino on the northeast nook of Canal Road and Bay Road roughly half-hour after the incident.
He’s now dealing with a number of misdemeanor costs of menacing within the second diploma, fourth-diploma legal possession of a weapon, tried petit larceny, and tried possession of stolen property within the fifth diploma.
Bond has been set for $5,000, and the courtroom has ordered a short lived order of safety for the Household Greenback worker.
Levatino will return to Felony Courtroom for his subsequent look Feb. 2.