3 arrested after rash of Auburn burglaries involving theft of guns and a truck

Tevin T. Pysnack

Auburn Police arrested three people in connection to a rash of burglaries that happened October 11 to 13.

Police were investigating the burglary of five homes in the area of Perrine Avenue and Bradley Street that involved the theft of hunting equipment, several guns and a Ford F-150 pickup truck.

During the investigation, officers received information that someone was trying to find a buyer for a quantity of guns. Police observed a transaction where several guns were sold, and found that they were stolen during a burglary on Perrine Avenue.

Based on the investigation, police executed two search warrants at homes in Auburn and found more stolen guns.

After detaining the suspects, police were led to the stolen pickup truck.

Investigators arrested 21-year-old Tevin T. Pysnack and 19-year-old Jessica C. Stanton, both of 82 Chapman Avenue, and a 16-year-old, whose name was withheld because of his age, in connection with the burglaries.

Pysnack was charged with six counts of criminal possession of stolen property, Stanton was charged with three counts of criminal possession of stolen property and the 16-year-old was charged with three counts of burglary, six counts of criminal possession of stolen property, grand larceny, three counts of petit larceny and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

Police say the investigation is ongoing, and anyone with information is asked to call Auburn Police Captain David DelFavero at (315) 255-4705, Detective Jeff Mead at (315) 255-4702, or you can leave a tip at