Sayre borough police charged a Sayre man accused of several recent business break-ins with two additional burglaries Monday.

Kyle Adam Rudloff, 21, received additional charges Monday related to break-ins at Original Italian Pizza on South Keystone Avenue and Nocchi's Hoagie Stand on North Keystone Avenue, according to criminal complaints filed by borough police with Magisterial District Judge Michael Shaw's office. Both break-ins were reported Oct. 2, police said.

Police said Rudloff is charged with burglary, criminal trespassing and receiving stolen property in both incidents. Rudloff is also charged with loitering and prowling at night time in the break-in at Original Italian Pizza, according to police.

Police said Rudloff pried open a rear window at the pizza restaurant and removed a tip jar containing about $20. Rudloff also removed keys to a cash register, police said.

Rudloff cut and removed a window screen and used a tool to force open a locked window at Nocchi's, police said. Rudloff removed a cash register containing $20 from the store, according to police. The register was valued at $700, police said.

The cash register was found in the Chemung River Oct. 6 by two fishermen who discovered it about 15 feet from the shore of the Tozer's Landing boat launch in Athens Township, police said.

The register, which police said was in water about three and a half feet deep, contained receipts, pennies and a $20 bill, police said.

Rudloff admitted to both burglaries during an Oct. 10 interview with police, according to police.

Rudloff now has seven active cases in district court and is scheduled to appear before Judge Shaw Nov. 16 for preliminary hearings, according to court information.

According to police, Rudloff is also accused of breaking into Hughes Notary Service, Kinchey Law Office, Keystone Sunoco and Foster Law Office between Sept. 21 and Oct. 3. Sayre borough police also recently charged Rudloff with cashing a paycheck that did not belong to him, police said.

Rudloff is accused of removing cash from several of the locations as well as two laptop computers from Foster Law Office's Athens Township building, police said.

Rudloff has been incarcerated in the Bradford County Jail since his Oct. 3 arraignment on charges of attempted burglary, attempted theft by unlawful taking, loitering and prowling at night time and receiving stolen property in the attempted Sunoco break-in. His bail is currently a total of $112,000.

Amanda Renko can be reached at (570) 888-9652; or email: arenko@thedailyreview.com.