Larceny Suspect Who Fled From Deputies Arrested In North Buffalo

Modified: June 21, 2019 8:43am

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Defendant faces Multiple Felony and Misdemeanor Charges 

Buffalo, NY – Erie County Sheriff Timothy B. Howard reports the arrest of 21-year-old Deniro Bly following the investigation of multiple incidents over the past two weeks. 

Just after 5 p.m. on June 19, Detectives located and arrested the suspect, without incident, along Hertel Avenue in the City of Buffalo.  Bly’s arrest ended a search, which began Monday after the defendant stole liquor from a store on South Cascade Drive in Springville.  While evading Deputies Bly is suspected of stealing a vehicle and committing a burglary in Elma. 

Bly is charged with the following counts for incidents which occurred on:

  • June 9 – misdemeanor count of petit larceny from an incident where he stole three bottles of liquor from a store on South Cascade Drive;

  • June 16 – felony counts of burglary, grand larceny of firearms, grand larceny – value great than $1,000.00, and a misdemeanor count of violating an order of protection from a burglary incident at a residence on Mortons Corners Road in Concord;

  • June 17 – misdemeanor counts of resisting arrest and petit larceny following an incident when Bly stole liquor from a store on South Cascade Drive and evaded arrest;

  • June 19 – felony count of criminal possession of a firearm and criminal possession of stolen property-firearm after detectives executed a search warrant for a vehicle and recovered a stolen firearm from the June 16 burglary. 

“The Detectives and Deputies assigned to this case did an outstanding job in following through with these incidents,” said Sheriff Howard.  “They were relentless in pursuing the defendant, locating, and arresting him.  There is still more work to do, but this is a fine example of how good old police work resulted in the arrest of the prime suspect.” 

The defendant is at held at the Erie County Holding Center, and the Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate other incidents where Bly is a suspect; additional charges may be filed.