The Millerton man who allegedly burglarized a Duchess County diner, and then invaded a Connecticut home and shot a man can now add Grand Larceny to the list of charges.

On Aug. 4, New York State Police from Dover Plains were dispatched to investigate the theft of a 1998 Subaru Forester. The complainant saw a man steal her vehicle around 1AM and drive off at a high rate of speed. The woman immediately contacted 911.

As a result of a multi-agency investigation, it was discovered that Dustin G. Holst-Grubbe was responsible for the theft of the vehicle, New York State Police said. Holst-Grubbe is now being charged with felony grand larceny.

Holst-Grubbe had been remanded to Dutchess County Jail on Aug. 7 following a diner burglary investigation. He is also accused in a home invasion and shooting.

Holst-Grubbe was arraigned in the Town of Northeast and returned to Dutchess County Jail in lieu $1,000 cash bail or $5,000 bond for the State Police charges. He is being held on additional charges from the City of Middletown and the State of Connecticut.