Brooklyn man arrested for October burglary
GOSHEN — On April 1 the Village of Goshen Police Department arrested Darin J. Schillinger, 45, of Brooklyn on charges of second-degree burglary, a C-felony; and fourth-degree grand larceny, an E-felony.
Schillinger was arrested as a result of an investigation into a burglary of a residence in the Village on Oct. 20, 2013,in which gold jewelry and coins were stolen. The resident was not home at the time of the burglary.
Schillinger, who is currently on parole for criminal possession of a forged instrument, was identified after DNA evidence recovered at the scene matched his DNA in the state databank and confirmation of photographic evidence.
Schillinger was arraigned before Town of Goshen Judge Thomas Cione and committed to the Orange County Jail on no bail, pending a preliminary hearing.
The investigation, conducted by Sgt. David Conklin and Det. Ryan Rich, is continuing and the arrest of a second subject involved in the burglary is anticipated.
The Department was assisted in this investigation by the New York State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation at Middletown and the New York State Division of Parole.
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