Area Police News: October 2, 2013
Delaware County Deputies investigated a car vs. skate boarder accident in the Town of Middletown on September 24. Jessica Koester, 42, of Middletown was operating her 2007 Subaru in a southerly direction on Glen Acres Road when Rolando Martinez, 19, of Montauk was traveling in a northerly direction on his skateboard.
Koester swerved in an attempt to avoid hitting Martinez but was unable to do so as he was in the middle of the road. Rolando was transported to Albany Medical Center by Life-Net helicopter where he was listed in serious but stable condition.
Delaware County Deputies observed Cindy L. Prosser, 58, of Oxford traveling south on state Highway 10 in the Town of Hamden on September 28 with a flat tire. Upon conducting a traffic stop, Prosser was arrested for DWI. Prosser was released on uniform traffic tickets and is to re-appear in Hamden Court at a later time.
Delaware County Sheriff Deputy’s investigated a one-car roll over motor vehicle accident on Lower Dingle Hill Road in the Town of Andes on September 26. Arvin Ajamian, 66, of Fairview, NJ lost control of his vehicle, left the roadway and rolled the vehicle over into the ditch. The vehicle was towed by Delhi motors. No injuries were sustained.
Ajamian was issued a ticket for speed not reasonable and prudent. He is scheduled to appear in the Andes Town Court on October 24 at 5 p.m.
Nicholas H. Aldrich, 29, of Jefferson was arrested by state police on September 27 and charged with DWI following a one-car accident on Route 30 in Roxbury.
Police say they charged Aldrich when his blood alcohol level allegedly tested .11 percent.
In addition to DWI he was also charged with unsafe speed and unsafe lane charge. He was issued tickets returnable in Roxbury Court on October 2.
Jeffrey C. All, 55, of Bloomville was arrested by state police on September 29 and charged with felony DWI following a one-car accident at the intersection of Hobart Hill and Reed roads in the Town of Hobart.
Police say they charged All when his blood alcohol level allegedly tested .24 percent, three times the legal limit. He was also charged with third-degree unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and moving from lane unsafely.
He was arraigned in Town of Stamford Justice Court and remanded to the country jail to await further court action.