Three alleged robbers were arrested in the Piercefield Forrest subdivision Sunday, according to a report on file with the Richmond Hill Police Department. Their haul apparently consisted of Ramen noodles.
Officers spoke with a female resident on Falcon Drive Sunday, which got the investigation rolling.
Here’s what unfolded, according to police:
The woman told officers that Richmond Hill residents Michael Allen Morris, 20, and Ryan Vonherbulis, 17, entered a neighbor’s residence and stole food. She said Morris entered the same home earlier in the week and took some DVDs.
Corporal Anthony Kennedy pulled up to the house she was referring to, located on Piercefield Drive, and saw the lights were on and someone had forced their way in through a window and ransacked the home.
Kennedy called Det. Doug Sahlberg to the scene and went to Morris’ house to question him. When Kennedy drove Morris to the Piercefield Drive home, he allegedly said the stolen food was located in the bushes behind the home.
Officers located 10 packages of Ramen noodles and a knife there, a report said. Kennedy noted it was unclear if more was taken from the home because the homeowner was away. Sahlberg was reportedly able to place 17-year-old Richmond Hill resident Damon Cordona at the scene of the crime as well. Enough evidence was gathered to arrest Cordona, Morris and Vonherbulis for burglary, police say.