As it turned out, Sentas had just joined the YMCA on Oct. 5, and had only used it one other time, on Oct. 12, Tucker said.
“Both of those days, there were thefts reported from lockers,” Tucker said.
Police had responded to the YMCA on Oct. 5 shortly before noon and taken a report from a man who said that somebody had entered his locker and stolen his car keys, then apparently taken a wallet from his car. A short time later, another man reported that a $400 bath bag had been stolen from his locker.
It was later determined that Sentas has pawned an iPhone stolen during one of the breaks at a local store, Tucker said.
Sentas will be charged with additional counts of larceny from a building, larceny over $250, and breaking and entering a motor vehicle, Tucker said.
Detective Charlene Sano investigated the Oct. 5 thefts.