Grand larceny charge for Glenville man over $60K stolen from disabled victim

Schenectady County

GLENVILLE, N.Y. (NEWS10) — On Thursday, according to New York State Police, troopers arrested Jason L. Pigliavento, 40, of Glenville, who allegedly stole five figures from a disabled victim.

Police accuse Pigliavento of stealing $60,000 from the bank account of a Scotia resident he knows. They are a client of Schenectady County Adult Protective Services who suffers from a physical disability. The state police launched their investigation into suspicious activity in the victim’s financial accounts.

State Police based in Princetown charged Pigliavento with:

  • Three counts of third-degree grand larceny
  • Three counts of second-degree possession of a forged instrument
  • Second-degree endangering the welfare of an incompetent or physically disabled person

Pigliavento was processed, arraigned, and remanded to Schenectady County Jail without bail. His next court appearance is June 16.

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