Former ‘One Life to Dwell’ Star Forbes March Arrested for Stealing Used Cooking Oil
Forbes March, who appeared in One Life to Live and As the World Turns, has been charged with grand larceny after getting arrested earlier this month in New York
In response to the Ulster Police Department, March and one other man (who was additionally arrested) are alleged to have siphoned used cooking oil from a storage container owned by an organization referred to as Buffalo Biodiesel. The storage tank was positioned behind Michael’s Diner in Ulster. The cooking oil is alleged to have an estimated value of over $1,000.
Forbes and the opposite man have been arrested on March 2 and have been later launched as they await their courtroom date, the place they’ll face costs of grand larceny within the fourth diploma.
The theft of used cooking oil is taken into account a critical crime as it may be used to fabricate biofuel. Final 12 months, the president of Buffalo Biodiesel, Sumit Majumdar, instructed KTLA that the unlawful biofuel trade is “ballooning” and “wiping out a 3rd of our enterprise. To place that into numbers: $10 million to $15 million a 12 months.”
Forbes is finest identified for his function as Nash Brennan on ABC’s One Life to Dwell and Mason Jarvis on CBS’ Because the World Turns. He additionally performed Scott Chandler on ABC’s All My Children. He had a lead function within the Canadian sci-fi collection Mutant X and appeared in two episodes of Degrassi: The Next Generation and the 2010 tv film Degrassi Takes Manhattan.
He hasn’t acted since 2010 and now owns a firewood supply firm, The New York Firewood Company, that he runs from his farm within the Catskill Mountains.
On the corporate’s web site, March writes, “By some means I ended up shopping for a farm within the Catskills, purchased a tractor, began fly-fishing, planted a backyard, traded in my silk-scarf for a pair of heavy-boots and when the producers at ABC provided me a promotion to Director, I selected to give up Hollywood and begin a firewood enterprise as a substitute.”