Man charged with felony tampering

A Route 22 man faces a felony charge accused of attempting to help his son by disposing of physical evidence relating to a burglary charge, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office said.

Mark Bardin, 55, was charged with felony tampering with physical evidence because, police said, he disposed of a computer his son was accused of stealing during a residential burglary, police said.

Mark N. Bardin, 21, the son, was sent to jail as a suspect in several area burglaries as well as violating parole for a counterfeiting conviction felony.

Bardin, the son, and his girlfriend Ashley Hayes were each recently jailed relating the area burglaries.

The elder Bardin was released pending prosecution in Granville Town Court at a later date.

 

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