‘Life on installment plan’ Cornwall thief serves another two months

The front entrance to the Cornwall courthouse at 29 Second Street West. (Newswatch Group/Bill Kingston, File)

CORNWALL – A Cornwall man, referred to by a city judge as serving “life on the installment plan,” has served an additional two months in jail.

Court records show 28-year-old Kyle Delorme was sentenced in early June on robbery and breach of probation charges.

The court gave him credit for 10 months of pretrial custody for robbery and another 3 months credit for a breach of probation charge. But he still served two months for another breach charge.

He will also be on probation for three years and is no allowed to own or have weapons for 10 years.

Records show another five charges were withdrawn.

A Second Street convenience store was robbed in April 2019 where the thief demanded money but got away with “several lottery tickets,” police said at the time. A man was also attacked and his wristwatch stolen two months before the robbery.

Judge Deborah Kinsella mentioned the criminal conviction road Delorme was heading down after she sentenced him in June 2018 to 10 months in jail after he pled guilty 15 charges in relation to a petty theft rampage in March of that year.