Second Man Accused of Participating in Turnpike Avenue Robbery Waives Hearing

CLEARFIELD – The second person accused of participating in a robbery on Turnpike Avenue on Jan. 20 waived his right to a preliminary hearing on Wednesday.

Curtis Stiner, 20 of Morrisdale, is charged with theft by unlawful taking, receiving stolen property, criminal conspiracy and related charges.

Court documents indicate that co-defendant Jeremy Zelenky revealed to police that Stiner drove him to the Turnpike residence where Zelenky stole a safe. The safe contained documents, cash, a checkbook, jewelry and other items. Zelenky also admitted to stealing prescription medication from the residence. 

When police questioned Stiner he admitted to having the jewelry but not the cash or a checkbook, as Zelenky had indicated to police. 

Zelenky is currently in Clearfield County Jail. Stiner is free on bail. 

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