Police News

Area Police News: March 12, 2008

Chad L. Trombley, 18, of Margaretville was arrested by state police Thursday on an outstanding warrant issued by the Town of Middletown Justice Court for failure to pay a fine. Trombley was picked up as he was being released from the county jail, arraigned in Town of Middletown Justice Court and sent back to the county jail when he was unable of pay the $2,440.77 fine. He was ordered to pay the fine or serve eight months.


Area Police News: March 5

Steven Amundsen, 16, of Margaretville was arrested last week Tuesday by state police and charged with one count of third-degree criminal mischief after a domestic incident at his mother’s home during which he allegedly threw items, punched a wall and did $200 damage to a door. Amundsen was issued an appearance ticket returnable in Town of Middletown Justice Court.


Area Police News: Feb. 13

A Jefferson man is in the county jail following a domestic dispute Thursday.


Slain trooper's widow files $100 million suit against St. Lawrence County

Probation department destroyed warrant for Travis Trim months before tragedy that killed trooper and fugitive gunman in farmhouse shootout

By Brian Sweeney


Middletown hears plans for trooper's memorial

By Julia Green
The Middletown Town Board held its regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 8 at the Middletown Town Hall. Board members and members of the public addressed a number of topics, including:


Area Police News

Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested William Scherer, 39, of Bloomville last week Monday charging him with one count of first-degree criminal contempt, a class-E felony. Scherer was arraigned in Town of Kortright Justice Court and released to reappear at a later date.


Dead body found near Esopus Creek; police not releasing information on case

By Jay Braman Jr.
A man’s body was found in Big Indian near the Esopus Creek last Thursday. While the circumstances surrounding his discovery are mysterious, all area law enforcement agencies remained tight-lipped a full five days after the discovery.


Police News December 12, 2007

Patrick Kelly, 32, of Gilboa was arrested by state police Saturday and charged with DWI after a trooper allegedly observed him driving in the wrong lane on Main Street in Stamford.

Police say that Kelly was charged when his blood alcohol content allegedly tested .17 percent, more than twice the legal limit.

He was issued an appearance ticket returnable in Stamford Village Justice Court on December 19.

Jeffrey S. Kleinbardt, 53, of Highmount was arrested Friday by state police and charged with writing a bad check to the Arkville Gas Corp.


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