Police News

Area Police News: March 27, 2013

A South Kortright Central School student was arrested by state police on March 21 and charged with criminal possession of a weapon on school grounds. Police say they arrested Joseph G. Leonard, 17, of Bloomville after receiving a complaint from the school’s principal that he had noticed a shotgun in the student’s unattended vehicle.

Area Police News: March 19, 2013

On March 10 Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested a 17-year-old youth from the Town of Hamden for two counts of reckless endangerment, two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, and unlawfully fleeing from a police officer.

Area Police News: March 13, 2013

Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested a 17-year-old Bovina male and a 17-year-old Delhi male on March 6 on two counts each of felony second-degree burglary, one count each of felony fourth-degree grand larceny and one count each of misdemeanor petit larceny. The charges stem from an on-going investigation into multiple burglaries in the Town of Bovina.
The 17-year-old Bovina male was also arrested on one count of petit larceny stemming from a separate incident in the Bovina area.

Area Police News: March 6, 2013

Christine L. Ruud, 36, of Bovina was arrested by state police on February 26 and faces a number of charges following an ongoing domestic dispute during which she allegedly threatened to kill her ex boyfriend. Police say she also struck the man, who police identified as Scott A. Burns, 46, also of Bovina, over the head with a lamp causing a laceration.

Area Police News: February 27, 2013

Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Joseph C. Naccarato, 27, of Ballston Lake on February 17 for driving while intoxicated, failure to keep right, and speed not reasonable and prudent.
Naccarato was the operator in a one-car motor vehicle accident, which occurred on Scotch Mountain Road in the Town of Delhi. Naccarato was allegedly driving too fast for road conditions and left the roadway and overturned. Naccarato was transported to O’Connor Hospital in Delhi where he was treated and released with minor cuts and bruises.

Police News: February 20, 2013

Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Kahlil M. Williams, 40, of Binghamton on February 13 on a Delaware County Family Court warrant for Failure to Pay Child Support. Williams was remanded to the Delaware County Jail without bail.

Police News: February 13, 2013

Rafael Figueroa, 33, of Denver was charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief after he was stopped by State Police on Route 28 in the Town of Middletown on February 7. The charge stemmed from a January 21 accident in which Figueroa drove his vehicle into a Route 30, Margaretville home causing extensive damage. He was previously charged with speeding, moving from a lane unsafely, driving on the shoulder and leaving the scene of a property damage accident.
He was issued an appearance ticket returned in Middletown Town Court on February 21.

Area Police News: February 6 2013

Victoria M. Quigley, 20, of Davenport was arrested by state police on February 1 and charged with having an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, unlawful possession of marijuana and possession of alcohol by a person under 21 when the car she was driving was stopped on Route 23 in Harpersfield for a traffic violation.

Bradley O. Teator, 20, of West Davenport, a passenger in the car being driven by Quigley, was also arrested by state police and faces the same three charges as the driver.

Area Police News: January 30, 2013

Nehemiah A. Clark, 33, of Arkville was arrested by state police on January 21 and charged with second-degree burglary.
Police report that they received the complaint of a burglary from a South Side Road, Margaretville resident who told them that someone had entered her home and taken a Panasonic mini-recorder and a Kindle Fire. The homeowner also told police that her computer’s surveillance camera had recorded the image of the burglar.
Upon reviewing the recording, police say they recognized Clark and that the stolen items were later recovered.

Area Police News: January 23, 2013

Michael P. Stein, 18, of Delhi was arrested by state police on January 21 and charged with unlawfully growing marijuana following an argument with his father at their home in Delhi. Police responded to the scene for a domestic dispute and allegedly discovered several small marijuana plants growing in soda cans filled with dirt.
In a related incident, police also charged Stein’s mother, Christie L. Rudd, 36, of Delhi with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation after she drove to the scene and police discovered that her license is suspended.

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