A Remembrance Service for Trooper David Brinkerhoff will be held on Friday, April 25 at 9 a.m. on Cemetery Road in Margaretville.
Also on Friday, there will be a service for Trooper Brinkerhoff at noon at St. Mary‚Äôs Cemetery on Route 385, Coxsackie. A luncheon will follow at 1 p.m. at State Police headquarters in Coxsackie.
Johnathan J. Bradley, 16, of Oneonta, Brett R. Laible, 19, of Milford and Daniel P. Paxcer, 18, of Milford, were arrested Saturday for unlawful possession of marijuana and issued appearance tickets returnable to the Town of Andes court for May 15.
Greggory R. Forbis, 26, of Middleburgh was arrested by state police Thursday and charged with second-degree criminal contempt and obstruction of governmental administration after he allegedly failed to obey a Schohaire County order of protection. Forbis was picked up by state police in Stamford and arraigned in Village of Stamford Justice Court. He was sent to the county jail in lieu of $2,000 cash bail to await further court action.
By Brian Sweeney
Two New York State Troopers who were shot last April in Margaretville have been honored by the Delaware County Shields.
Troopers Matthew Gombosi and Richard Mattson received special recognition plaques last Tuesday in a ceremony at the Olde Caledonia Restaurant in Delhi. The honored troopers were cited for their work last spring during a tragic series of events that took place April 24 and 25 near Margaretville.
Peter R. Vinci, 19, of the Town of Shandaken was arrested Saturday by Ulster County Sheriff‚Äôs Deputies and charged with DWI after he was allegedly observed driving at a high rate of speed on Fox Hollow Road in the Town of Shandaken. Deputies say that Vinci exited Fox Hollow Road onto Route 28 where he failed to maintain his lane and crossed hazardous markings.
Michael C. Slawatycki, 23, of South Kortright was arrested by state police last week Tuesday and charged with DWI after his disabled vehicle was found on Madison Hill Road in the Town of Stamford. Police say they charged Slawatycki when he allegedly failed a field sobriety test.
A Phoenicia man arrested on felony sex assault charges is in the Ulster County jail without bail as he awaits his time to appear before a grand jury. Ernest H. Fudge, 46, of 17 Station Road, Phoenicia, was charged with first-degree sexual abuse, a class D felony, after his arrest on March 4 by deputies from the Ulster County Sheriff‚Äôs Department.
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.
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‚Äôs 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.