Area Police News: Jan. 6, 2010
Stamford resident William T. Wyble, 16, was arrested last Tuesday and charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief following an incident that police described as a dispute between Wyble and his brother, which allegedly stemmed from an argument over a video game. The charges are the result of allegations that Wyble became enraged and began throwing items around the house, overturned the garbage in the kitchen, and ripped a telephone from the wall. Police say he then threatened to break his brother’s game system, at which point the brother called police. Wyble was transported to the Stamford police station, where he was issued an appearance ticket returnable to the Town of Harpersfield Court on Jan. 11.
Anthony N. Schiavone, 27, of Greenwood Lake faces a number of charges after being arrested by state police last Tuesday following a traffic stop in Delhi. Police say they observed the car Schiavone was driving fail to stop at a stop sign and then run over the curb. Upon investigation, police say he was arrested for DWI after allegedly failing standard field sobriety tests. Police say he submitted to a breath test, which yielded a result of .11 percent blood alcohol content. Schiavone was issued tickets for driving while intoxicated, failure to stop for a stop sign, and improper position for turning at an alley, driveway, private road or off the roadway property, all returnable to the Town of Delhi Court on Jan. 5.
State police arrested Cobleskill resident Samantha J. Rawlins, 22, last Wednesday following a traffic stop that showed she was driving on a suspended New York State driver’s license. Police say they observed Rawlins speeding and passing in a no-pass zone, and initiated the traffic stop. She was arraigned in the Town of Middletown on charges of speeding, passing in a no-pass zone, unlicensed operation, third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, and uninspected motor vehicle. She was committed to the Delaware County Jail for a 30-day sentence.
Margaretville resident Marina A. Boutakoff, 47, was arrested Friday and faces charges of driving while ability impaired after state police stopped her vehicle after observing it traveling along state Route 10 with its hazard lights flashing and at a speed of 20 miles per hour. Upon stopping her, police say they observed an odor of an alcoholic beverage and administered a standard field sobriety test. She was transported to the Stamford police station, where a breath test showed her blood alcohol content to be .07 percent. Boutakoff was issued uniform traffic tickets for DWAI and no seat belt returnable to the Town of Kortright Court on Jan. 19.
Delaware County Sheriff’s Department deputies arrested Charlene E. Gray, 55, of DeLancey Friday for DWI after reporting to the scene where they say Gray’s car went off the roadway and went down an embankment on Roxbury Mountain Road in the Town of Stamford. Police say Gray and a passenger, who were on their way home from a New Year’s party in Roxbury, were unhurt. Gray was issued tickets for DWI and speed not reasonable for conditions, both returnable to the Town of Stamford Court on Jan. 12.
Howard J. Vogel, 48, of Delhi, was arrested Saturday and faces charges of fourth-degree criminal mischief, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, and second-degree harassment following an incident in the Town of Delhi. Police say they received a call of a possible hit-and-run involving a car hitting a parked car and continuing on, and that upon responding to the call, a woman alleged that Vogel had verbally and physically harassed her. Vogel was taken into custody and was issued appearance tickets for all charges returnable on Jan. 5 to the Town of Delhi Court.