Defendant: Julian Montgomery (DOB: 02/24/91)

April 18, 2019 -- Westchester County District Attorney Anthony A. Scarpino, Jr. announced that Julian Montgomery of Cortland Manor was sentenced to prison Wednesday (April 17) for a string of burglaries in Greenburgh and surrounding areas in August and September 2018.

Montgomery pleaded guilty to three counts of Burglary in the Second Degree, class C felonies, in March. Westchester County Court Judge Michael Martinelli sentenced Montgomery to eight years on each count. The terms will run concurrently (at the same time).

During the summer of 2018, a series of burglaries were committed in Ardsley and Edgemont in the Town of Greenburgh and other parts of Westchester. It became apparent to investigators there were similarities in the incidents. The District Attorney’s Office and the Greenburgh Police initiated an investigation in August based on a vehicle observed near multiple crime scenes. By tracking the defendant’s cars, Greenburgh PD followed Montgomery to a residence in New Castle Sept. 18, 2018, and observed the defendant running from the house with a bag of jewelry in his hand. He was arrested near the scene.

Further investigation led to the execution of search warrants at the defendant’s residence in Cortlandt Manor, his vehicles and a rented storage unit. Recovered stolen property was identified by various burglary victims around the county.

During the investigation, with help from other local police departments and the District Attorney’s Office, Montgomery was found to have committed burglaries in Greenburgh, New Castle and Bronxville.

ADA Lauren Abinanti of the Superior Court Trial Division prosecuted the case.

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Julian Montgomery

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