Area Police News: September 18, 2013

Four teenagers were injured Saturday night then the pickup truck they were riding in crashed into an embankment off county Route 41 in the Town of Roxbury.
Roxbury Constable Steve Williamson investigated the accident, which occurred at approximately 10 p.m. Corbin Bouton, 17, of Vega was driving the truck when a front wheel came off, causing him to lose control and crash into an embankment.
In addition to the driver, three passengers, all Roxbury residents, were injured. William Rendler, 16, sustained a knee injury, Daniel Tompkins, 17, suffered a head injury and Amelia Schuman, 16, had an undisclosed injuries. All four were treated at Margaretville Hospital.
Bouton was ticketed for driving out of license class. He was issued an appearance ticket returnable in Roxbury Town Court in October. Investigation is continuing. All four teenagers were reportedly riding in the front seat of the 1991 GMC pickup truck.
Responding to the scene were personnel from the Roxbury and Grand Gorge rescue squads, the Roxbury Fire Department and the Margaretville Hospital Ambulance Squad. The vehicle was towed by Sanford’s Auto Body of Arkville.

Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a domestic dispute at 60 River Street in Stamford on September 6. Upon completion of the investigation, Christopher P. Ingram, 38, of Andes was arrested for second-degree assault.
Ingram was arraigned in the Town of Kortright Justice Court where he was release on his own recognizance. Ingram is to reappear in the Town of Harpersfield Justice Court at later time.

Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated a two-car property damage motor vehicle accident on September 12 at the intersection of Falls Mills Road and state Route 10 in the Town of Delhi.
A vehicle operated by Terina Touw, 29, of Roscoe was stopped on Falls Mills Road waiting to make a left turn onto Route 10 when a vehicle operated by Joanne Carey, 51, of Arkville struck Touw’s vehicle in the rear.
Carey was issued a traffic ticket for inadequate brakes and following to close. No one was injured in the accident.

Connor J. Alwine, 16, of Delhi was arrested by state police on September 11 and charged with second-degree menacing and third-degree criminal mischief following a domestic dispute with his father during which he broke several items in their home with a baseball bat and threatened to hit his father.
Conner was arraigned in arraigned in Town of Delhi Justice Court and then remanded to the county jail in lieu of $500 cash bail to await further court action.

Frank P. Mason, 54, of Harpersfield was arrested by state police on September 110 and charged with second-degree harassment following what police say was an ongoing situation with another individual.
Mason was issued an appearance ticket returnable in Town of Harpersfield Justice Court on September 23 at 8 p.m.