An Endicott man is to be sentenced in October now that a Broome County jury has found him guilty of felony burglary and grand larceny and misdemeanor criminal possession of stolen property in a September 2017 Vestal break-in.

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In addition to that incident in which a truck and tools were stolen from a business on Commerce Road, 49-year-old Paul Huss was also believed to have been involved in the theft of dozens of military grave markers.

Photo: Vestal Police Department

The Broome County District Attorney’s Office says if the court decides Huss is a persistent felony offender, he faces a minimum of 12 years in prison.

Huss had been charged along with 36-year-old Shane Karika of Castle Creek in connection with the Vestal incident.

During the investigation, officials searched an address in Endicott and found evidence of the burglary along with a collection of United States military veteran and American Legion grave markers.