Area Police News: Feb. 18, 2009

Tammy M. Castillo, 40, of Fleischmanns was arrested last week Tuesday by state police on a warrant issued by the Town of Middletown Justice Court charging her with writing a $116 bad check to a Fleischmanns business. Police say Castillo was arraigned in Town of Middletown Justice Court and released to reappear on Feb. 25.

Brian M. Hayes, 20, of Wappingers Falls was arrested by state police last week Tuesday and faces several traffic violations after he was stopped on Route 28 in Andes. Police say they charged Hayes with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, speeding and failure to notify DMV of an address change. Hayes was arraigned in Town of Andes Justice Court and released on $500 cash bail to reappear on March 24.

Raymond O. Rosa, 59, of Margaretville was charged Wednesday by state police with unlawful possession of marijuana after Margaretville Police Officer Harry Fox approached Rosa’s vehicle, which was parked in the village park, to check on the welfare of the driver. Rosa was issued an appearance ticket returnable at a later date.

Joyce L. Good, 52, of Arkville was arrested by state police Friday and charged with DWAI drugs, after a minor traffic accident near Fleischmanns. Police say Good was issued an appearance ticket returnable in Town of Middletown Justice Court on Feb. 19.

Terrance M. Sarter, 27, of Stamford was arrested by state police last week Monday after he was stopped for allegedly driving 114 miles per hour in 55 mile per hour zone on Route 10 in Jefferson. Sarter was charged with speeding and with driving with a suspended license. He is scheduled to appear in Town of Jefferson Justice Court on Feb. 23.

Michael C. Stein, 29, of Delhi was arrested by state police last week Monday and charged with second-degree harassment after he allegedly pushed his son into a snowbank following an argument with the boy over his appearance. Stein was issued an appearance ticket returnable in Town of Delhi Justice Court on Feb. 18.

David J. Chairvolotti, 35, of Stamford faces a number of charges after he was arrested by state police Wednesday following an alleged argument with his brother regarding their mother. Police say that following the incident they charged Chairvolotti with two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, second-degree harassment and second-degree trespass. He was issued appearance tickets returnable in Village of Stamford Justice Court.

Jonathan R. Hynes, 28, of Stamford was arrested by state police Friday and charged with unlawful possession of marijuana following a traffic stop on Main Street in Stamford. Hynes was issued a summons returnable in the Village of Stamford Justice Court on Feb. 18.

David E. Moore, 51, of South Kortright was arrested by state police Saturday and charged with DWI after he was stopped on county Highway 18 for having no plate lamp. Police say they charged Moore when his blood alcohol level allegedly tested .14 percent. Moore was issued an appearance ticket returnable in Town of Stamford Justice Court on March 10.

The Town of Middletown Justice Court dismissed DWI charges against Patrick L. Myers, 52, of Fleischmanns on Feb. 11 after the Delaware County District Attorney’s office failed to respond to a demand from Myers’ attorney for information surrounding the arrest. Also dismissed was a plate lamp violation. Myers was represented in the case by Stamford attorney Michael A. Jacobs.

Charges of endangering the welfare of a child and second-degree harassment that had been made against Gregory A. Reynolds, 40, of Arkville were dismissed on Feb. 11 in the Town of Middletown Justice Court. According to court papers, the charges were dismissed when a demand for information made to the county’s district attorney’s office by Reynolds’ attorney was late getting to the court. Reynolds was represented in the case by Stamford attorney Michael A. Jacobs.