Area Police News: May 27, 2009
State police arrested Stamford resident Jason W. Dumond, 26, on Friday afternoon and charged him with aggravated felony DWI, felony DWI, first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, and traffic violations after police say they attempted to approach him regarding a non-compliance with a court order to surrender his firearms as a condition of his release from jail and an issuance of an order of protection.
Police say that upon approaching Dumond’s vehicle, they noticed that he had red, watery eyes, a strong odor of alcoholic breath, poor motor coordination, and slurred speech. Following field sobriety tests, Dumond allegedly provided a positive alcotest for a .25 percent blood alcohol content. He was remanded to the county jail on $2,500 cash bail and scheduled to reappear in the Town of Roxbury Court on May 27.
Jefferson resident Jeremiah D. Radliff, 20, was arrested Friday after state police say he was involved in a domestic dispute with his mother. Radliff allegedly became upset when his mother wouldn’t buy him the books he wanted from the Oneonta Borders and said that she had ruined his birthday, and subsequently punched the windshield of the car, causing it to shatter. He was arrested for fourth-degree criminal mischief and was arraigned in the Town of Laurens Court, where he was released on recognizance to reappear on June 2 in the Town of Oneonta Court.
Shandaken Police arrested Phoenicia residents Charles, 51, and Lucienne Eyler, 49, on Sunday following an alleged domestic dispute. Police say Charles was charged with one count of third-degree assault and was issued an appearance ticket to appear in Shandaken Court on May 25. Lucienne was also charged with one count of third-degree assault and was issued an appearance ticket to appear on the same date.
Mount Tremper resident Sam Neubauer, 60, was arrested by Shandaken Police on Sunday and charged with one count of disorderly conduct after he was allegedly found to be intoxicated and walking in front of traffic, refusing to leave the roadway. He was issued an appearance ticket to appear in Shandaken Court on May 26.
State police arrested Hardenburgh resident Lee Burchard, 61, on Sunday after they say a traffic stop was initiated after Burchard’s vehicle allegedly crossed over the double yellow lines several times. Burchard was arrested for DWI following standard field sobriety tests and was transported to the Margaretville police station, where police say an alcotest showed him to have a .21 percent blood alcohol content. After finding that Burchard was convicted of DWI in 2005, he was arraigned for felony DWI in the Town of Middletown and released on his own recognizance. He was scheduled to reappear in the Town of Middletown on June 4.
Arkville resident Donald H. Miller, 37, was arrested Sunday after state police say they responded to a report of a domestic dispute at the home of Miller’s live-in girlfriend. Miller allegedly engaged in a verbal argument with his girlfriend, which then escalated to a physical altercation. Miller was arrested for second-degree harassment and was arraigned before the Town of Middletown Court and remanded to the Delaware County Jail on $250 bail. He was scheduled to reappear on May 28; an order of protection was also issued.