By: KDKA-TV News Staff
AVON, N.Y. (AP/KDKA) — A New York man has been charged with criminal possession of stolen property after sheriff’s deputies say he stole a school bus in Pennsylvania to drive home.READ MORE: Gunfire At Ohio Vigil For Homicide Victim Kills 1, Hurts 5
According to a statement from Livingston County Sheriff Thomas J. Dougherty, Justin Preedom stole a school bus and drove back to Avon, New York, on Monday.
Sheriff’s deputies responded to a suspicious condition complaint for a bus with Pennsylvania license plates.READ MORE: Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy Brings Back 'Picnic In Your Park' Event For June
Authorities contacted the bus company in Sarver, Pennsylvania, to confirm if the bus was supposed to be in Avon.
Authorities say there could be additional charges filed in Pennsylvania.
Preedom was released on his own recognizance.MORE NEWS: Pittsburgh Public Schools Plans For In-Person Commencement Ceremonies
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