Police Say That Hornell Boys Were Jumped And Robbed At Knifepoint

April 5, 2016
 
 
HORNELL, NY – Hornell Police Chief Ted Murray reports that two 17 year old males, along with a 14 year old accomplice, are accused of jumping and robbing, at knifepoint, two Hornell boys, near the underpass.
 
The suspects, Gianni Perri, 17, of 32 Bennett Street, and Collin Gallese, Route 36, Arkport, are both charged with conspiracy in the 4th degree, assault in the third degree, and criminal possession of a weapon in the 4th degree.
 
Both Perri and Gallese were arraigned in Hornell Court, and remanded to Steuben County Jail, without bail.
 
Police Chief Ted Murray says that Hornell Police Sgt. Todd Giglio led the investigation, and was assisted by Hornell Police Officers Ryan Harrison, Joshua Day, and Curtis Stanford.
 
The incident is alleged to have happened on Monday, April 4, at about 5pm.