A Riverhead man charged in an August vehicle theft pleaded guilty to grand larceny charges Monday in Suffolk County Criminal Court.
Tarell Holloway, 27, pleaded guilty to grand larceny in the fourth-degree and third-degree, two counts of petit larceny and resisting arrest, according to online court records. The charges stemmed from a vehicle theft on Aug. 11 from SAP Enterprises on East Main Street and the removal of cash and a cell phone from a parked vehicle at Luisa’s Scissors on East Main Street on Aug. 9.
Holloway was originally held on $25,000 cash bail, which was not posted. He entered into pre-plea drug treatment on November 3.
Holloway was also charged in June with third-degree assault and criminal obstruction of breathing/blood following a domestic incident in Riverhead. Those charges were dismissed in satisfaction upon his indictment, according to Riverhead Justice Court records.
He will return to court for sentencing on March 2.
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