BATAVIA — A man reported missing by his family in November and later found in a Pennsylvania jail is now under indictment for possessing a stolen car the day before he went missing.
Dean M. Nohle, 28, of Bloomfield is charged with fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, third-degree criminal possession of stolen property and aggravated unlicensed operation in an indictment filed in Genesee County Court.
Nohle was reported missing in early November, prompting a state police alert. At the time, troopers said Nohle was a “vulnerable adult and may be in need of medical attention.”
The report said Nohle was last seen by relatives in Batavia on Sept. 14. The indictment accuses Nohle of possessing stolen property on Sept. 13.
According to Genesee County Court documents, Nohle was traveling south on Clinton Street in the city on Sept. 13 when he failed to stop at a stop sign and then failed to signal a turn.
He was pulled over and it was determined he was driving a car that was reported stolen out of Ontario County, the documents say.
Nohle was charged that day and released to appear at a later date in City Court.
Nohle was located in December in Lycoming County Prison in Williamsport, where he had been since Sept. 27 on theft charges.
He has yet to be arraigned on the indictment.