Ticonderoga police make arrest

A Plattsburgh man has been arrested and charged in connection with a Ticonderoga burglary.

Jason E. Fish, age 29, was charged by Ticonderoga police with third degree burglary, third degree grand larcency and third degree criminal mischief. All are felonies.

The charges stem from a burglary at the Corner Market in Ticonderoga Oct. 10. Police allege Fish took more than $3,000 in cash and merchandise from the store and caused damage to the store building.

The case was investigated by Investigator Daniel LaFrance and Patrolman Adam Hurlburt of the Ti PD with assistance from the New York State Department of Criminal Justice fingerprint lab.

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