The Office of Public Safety has identified six more victims of property theft in connection with a series of vehicle break-ins in November.
Laura Durling, assistant director of patrol and security services, said the identifications will lead to six more misdemeanor charges of possession of stolen property against sophomore Danielle Varricchio and freshman Jennifer Forman. Varricchio and Forman already each face a felony charge of criminal possession of stolen property in the fourth degree.
Each misdemeanor charge carries a maximum of one year in prison or a maximum fine of $1,000. Forman and Varricchio will appear again Thursday morning in Ithaca Town Court.