PULASKI Twenty-five days after being paroled from prison, a village man allegedly went on a crime spree in April that now has him facing 24 charges, most of them being felonies, according to the Oswego County Sheriffs Department.
Quintin Briglin, 19, North Jefferson Street, is being held in Oswego County Jail without bail because he is charged with a parole violation. Judges have set $20,000 on his various counts, however.
The sheriffs department lists nine counts of burglary, nine counts of criminal mischief, three counts of grand larceny, two counts of petit larceny and a single charge of possessing stolen property, all stemming from a spree on April 14. During that spree, he allegedly stole a Chevrolet Blazer in Pulaski, damaged screens to several residences where he gained entry in Pulaski and in the town of Mexico, and broke into several vehicles, according to the sheriffs office.
He was arrested in the town of Mexico on the day of the incidents, and has since been held in jail. The large majority of charges were filed against him Wednesday.
Mr. Briglin was released on parole on March 20, according to the state Department of Corrections and Community Supervision webside after having served six months of a one-to-four years prison sentence given him in Oswego County Court in September for attempted third-degree burglary.