Then in October 2012, he was charged with 10 counts each of second-degree forgery, a felony; second-degree possession of a forged instrument, a felony; and petit larceny, a misdemeanor.
Those charges stem from an incident when, police said, Burrows stole several checks from his grandfather, with whom he lived at the time of that arrest, police said.
The checks were written for almost $1,000, State Police told the Press-Republican soon after the incident.
In June of this year, Burrows was arrested by Ticonderoga Village Police and charged with third-degree criminal sale of a firearm and third-degree criminal possession of a firearm, both felonies.
He has a felony hearing scheduled for 5 p.m. Thursday, according to Ticonderoga Town Court.
That was the only upcoming court appearance they had for him on file.
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