Police News

Area Police News: Feb. 11, 2009

Robert O. Sardinas-Wyssling, 26, of Plainsboro, N.J. was arrested Friday by state police and charged with DWI after he was stopped on Main Street in Stamford for allegedly having a headlight out. Police say they charged Sardinas-Wyssling when his blood alcohol level allegedly tested .11 percent.
He was issued an appearance ticket returnable in Village of Stamford Justice Court on Feb. 18.

Area Police News: Feb. 4, 2009

Nehemiah A. Clark, 29, of Grand Gorge was arrested by state police Friday on a bench warrant issued by the Town of Roxbury Justice Court for failure to appear following an earlier arrest on petit larceny and vehicle and traffic charges. Clark was arraigned and remanded to the county jail in lieu of $1,000 cash bail pending further court action.

Area Police News: Jan. 28, 2009

Kingston resident Mark A. Hunt, 26, was arrested last Tuesday for second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, uninspected motor vehicle and a broken windshield. He was stopped by police after he was allegedly seen traveling 70 mph in a 55-mph zone.

Area Police News: Jan. 21, 2009

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Area Police News: Jan. 14, 2009

Frantz Jeanniton, 49, of Hamden was arrested by state police on Jan. 1 and charged with DWI after he was stopped in the Village of Walton for a traffic violation.
Police say they charged Jeanniton when his blood alcohol level allegedly tested .16 percent.
In addition to DWI he was charged with being an unlicensed operator and failure to signal a turn.

Area Police News: Dec. 10, 2008

Two Stamford residents were charged with unlawful possession of marijuana last week Monday after state police responded to a possible domestic dispute call at their residence. Police say they charged Jason B. Briggs, 30, and Kristal L. Hess, 18, after they allegedly found two glass smoking pipes containing marijuana residue in their residence at 115 Main Street in Stamford. Both Briggs and Hess were issued appearance tickets returnable in Village of Stamford Justice Court on Dec. 17.

Area Police News: Dec. 3, 2008

The Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a fatal motor vehicle accident on Saturday on New York state Route 10 in the Town of Walton located near what is locally known as Ice House turn. The vehicle, which was traveling north on state Route 10, appeared to have lost control, struck the guide rail, spun around and struck several large trees before coming to rest over the guide rail against a tree on the east shoulder of the road above the river. The vehicle’s engine compartment then caught fire.

Area Police News: Nov. 26, 2008

James R. Lee, 43, of Jefferson, was arrested Nov. 17 and charged with DWI following a traffic stop. He was issued uniform traffic tickets returnable to the Village of Stamford Court on Dec. 4.

Area Police News: Nov. 19, 2008

State police arrested Michael J. Vreeland, 58, of Bridgewater, N.J., and charged him with DWI following a traffic stop in Delhi on Monday, Nov. 10. Police stopped Vreeland after observing that a taillight on his vehicle was out, and upon interviewing him allegedly noticed an odor of alcohol. He subsequently failed a standard field sobriety tests and was issued uniform traffic tickets for DWI, aggravated DWI, first-degree felony aggravated unlicensed operation, unlicensed operator and obstructed taillight. Vreeland was remanded to the county jail on $2,500 and scheduled to reappear on Nov. 14.

Area Police News: Nov. 12, 2008

Margaretville resident Matthew Galunas was arrested Oct. 30 on a warrant from the Delaware County Court, where he was wanted on two charges of first-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, two charges of third-degree burglary, two charges of third-degree grand larceny, and two charges of third-degree criminal mischief. The charges stemmed from a Dec. 25, 2007 burglary of the CVS pharmacy and the A&P store in Margaretville, during which property valued at over $3,000 was stolen from each store. Galunas also allegedly possessed morphine, oxycodone, oxycontin and methadone. He was sent to jail and is awaiting arraignment. A trial is tentatively scheduled to begin Jan. 12.

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