NYC ‘Recidivist No. 10’ allegedly stole NYPD car outside station

The auto thief named one of many metropolis’s “worst of the worst” repeat offenders by the NYPD is awaiting trial on a slew of prices that embrace stealing a detective’s private trip from exterior a Brooklyn police station — and promoting it for scrap, The Submit has discovered.

Ex-con Keith Kolm allegedly snatched the 2007 Chevrolet Impala in broad daylight whereas it was parked in entrance of the NYPD’s Public Service Space 2 headquarters in East New York on Sept. 15, 2020.

The brazen caper is amongst eight Kolm allegedly dedicated throughout a three-month interval that’s coated by simply one in all three legal complaints pending towards him in Brooklyn and Queens.

The others accuse Kolm, 32, of promoting two stolen autos for scrap in March 2021 and of touring in a stolen Toyota Prius to swipe a 1996 Ford van.

That heist befell early on March 4 in Richmond Hill, Queens.

Sources recognized Kolm, who’s free with out bail in all three circumstances, as “Recidivist No. 10” on an inventory compiled by the NYPD as a part of Mayor Eric Adams’ efforts to roll again the state’s controversial bail reform legislation to focus on repeat offenders.

Kolm is free without bail in all three cases he faces.
Kolm was named by the NYPD on an inventory beneath Mayor Adams’ efforts to roll again the state’s controversial bail reform legislation.
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He has 5 felony convictions, together with for auto theft, based on the NYPD.

Kolm was launched from jail in January 2020 after serving a 1-1/3-to-4 yr jail time period for theft and different crimes in Brooklyn, data present.

A neighbor who lives subsequent to his final identified tackle in Howard Seaside, Queens, mentioned Kolm’s household moved out about two years in the past.

His legal professionals didn’t return requests for remark.

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