GOSHEN — A Middlebury man charged with armed robbery for allegedly pocketing toy cars has admitted to intimidating a man who confronted him.

Luke Neeley, 39, pleaded guilty to intimidation with a deadly weapon, a Level 5 felony, ahead of his March 16 jury trial. He admitted in court Thursday that he threatened a man who wanted to question him about the suspected stolen property as he was leaving Peddlers Village in Goshen.

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