Area Police News: June 30, 2010

On Wednesday evening, June 23, Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested and charged a West Davenport woman following their investigation of a two-car motor vehicle accident that occurred in the Town of Delhi on June 15. Deputies arrested and charged Karen R. Glance, 48, with DWI, failure to keep right and consumption of alcohol in a motor vehicle. Deputies report that Glance was traveling north on state Highway 10 in the Town of Delhi shortly before 11:00 p.m. on June 15 when she allegedly crossed the centerline and collided, in the southbound lane, with a southbound vehicle being driven by Beverly Shields, 59, of Downsville.  Glance was transported to O’Connor Hospital in Delhi for medical treatment following the accident.  Shields was not injured.
Glance was issued traffic summonses returnable in the Town of Delhi Court at 9:00 a.m. on July 6.
Shandaken Police report the arrest of Ezekiel N. Fundaro, 24, of Big Indian Friday charging him with aggravated unlicensed operation and false personation after he was stopped on Oliverea Road in the Town of Shandaken. Police say that Fundaro gave them his brother’s name because his license had been suspended.
He was issued appearance tickets returnable in Town of Shandaken Court at a later date.
Shandaken Police arrested Douglas S. Carmichael, 22, of Margaretville Wednesday charging him with fourth-degree criminal mischief after he allegedly caused damage to a vehicle while it was parked at the Pine Hill Lake.
Carmichael was issued an appearance ticket returnable in Shandaken Court.
Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Alysha Hitt, 19, of Delhi Friday on a bench warrant issued by the Town of Kortright Court for failure to appear for court date. She was arraigned immediately in Town of Bovina Court and she was remanded to the county jail in lieu of $250 cash bail. She is to appear on July 6 in the Town of Kortright Court.
Delaware County Sheriff’s Department arrested Jessie J. Stefanelli, 20, of Bovina Friday at his residence for unlawful growing of marihuana and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Stefanelli was released on an appearance ticket and is scheduled to appear at the Town of Bovina Court on July 6 at 1:00 p.m.
Todd A. Keck, 47, of Margaretville, was arrested last Monday following a complaint stating that he harassed his girlfriend after a verbal argument led to him allegedly pushing her. An order of protection was issued and Keck was ordered to reappear at the Town of Middletown Court on June 23.
Fleischmanns resident Oscar Cruz, 23, was issued a criminal summons last Monday from the Town of Middletown Court for an incident of alleged assault that took place in the parking lot of La Cabana on June 13. Cruz was ordered to appear in the Town of Middletown Court on July 1.
Stamford resident Josephine Wyble, 37, was served with a criminal summons last Tuesday on charges of second-degree harassment. She is scheduled to appear in the Town of Harpersfield Court on July 12.
Brooklyn resident James R. Kelleher, 40, was arrested last Monday following a report of a single-car personal injury auto accident rollover on county Route 36 in the Town of Roxbury. Upon arrival, police say they interviewed Kelleher and detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from his person; they administered standard field sobriety tests, which he allegedly failed. Kelleher was arrested for DWI, and a breath sample at the Margaretville police station registered a .17 percent blood alcohol content. He was issued several uniform traffic tickets returnable to the Town of Roxbury Court on June 28.
Martin L. Menne, 51, of Roxbury was arrested Thursday on DWI charges after police say they observed him operating a golf cart along county Route 41. Upon interviewing Menne, police say he appeared to be under the influence and had a plastic cup filled with a mixed alcoholic drink. Menne refused to submit to standard field sobriety tests and a breath screen. At the Margaretville police station, a breath test allegedly showed a reading of .13 percent. Menne was issued uniform traffic tickets returnable to the Town of Roxbury Court on July 14.
State police arrested Grand Gorge resident Krista L. Hess, 19, Thursday on one count of third-degree assault following an incident wherein Hess allegedly dragged a woman out of a truck and punched her repeatedly. She was issued an appearance ticket returnable to the Town of Roxbury Court on July 12.
Margaretville resident Jeremy R. Colfer, 30, was arrested Friday and charged with trespassing after he allegedly entered his stepmother’s locked residence after being told to stay off the property. He was remanded to the Delaware County Jail on $1,500 cash bail and was to appear at the Town of Middletown Court on June 28.
Roxbury resident Haley N. Walcutt, 18, and Denver resident Sydney Peters, 16, were served with criminal summons on Friday following an incident wherein the two allegedly threw water balloons at a residence in Roxbury. After being asked to leave, the two were said to have returned to continue; the owner of the residence signed a complaint for second-degree harassment. Walcutt and Peters were ordered to appear at the Town of Roxbury Court on June 28.
Fleischmanns resident Alfredo Garcia, 28, was arrested Sunday and charged with a DWI after police say they observed him operating an ATV while not wearing a helmet. Upon pursuit, they say the vehicle wrecked on Hog Mountain Road, and that the operator was injured. Garcia was transported to Margaretville Hospital and placed under arrest; he was issued uniform traffic tickets returnable to the Town of Middletown Court on July 15.
State police arrested Arkville resident Chad L. Trombley, 21, earlier this month and charged him with third-degree assault and second-degree harassment after an incident wherein he allegedly got into a verbal argument with Renee Beers, 20, also of Arkville, who stated that the argument resulted in Trombley grabbing her by the neck and throwing her on a bed. Police say Brett Trombley, 20, of Margaretville, claimed that he attempted to break up the fight and Chad punched him in the nose. A criminal summons for second-degree harassment was issued last Wednesday for Brett Trombley and Beers, and both were ordered to return on June 28 for further court proceedings.
Another criminal summons for second-degree harassment was issued to Brett Trombley after his grandmother reported that he allegedly threatened to kill her twice. An order of protection was issued and Trombley was ordered to appear in the Town of Middletown Court for further court proceedings.