2017-11-08 / Police News

New York State Police

On October 29, at about 4:57 p.m., police at Sidney arrested Bobby L. Goss Jr., 35, of Stamford, for the felony of Criminal Mischief 2nd degree and the misdemeanor of Criminal Mischief 4th degree. The arrest occurred after troopers responded to the report of a dispute in the parking lot at Deer Path Restaurant on State Route 8, in the Town of Columbus.

An investigation determined that after being in a verbal argument with a woman inside, Goss purposely drove his 2011 Ford F150 into her parked 2010 Ford Expedition, and then drove away without reporting it. When he did this it caused the woman’s vehicle to bounce into a 2011 Dodge Ram pickup that was parked next to hers. Goss caused more than $1,500 worth of damage to the vehicles. Goss was arraigned in the Village of Sherburne Court and was released on his own recognize. His next court date in the Town of Columbus is pending.

Delaware County Sheriff’s Office

On October 31, at about 9:46 p.m., deputies arrested Johnny L. Moxham, 31, of Delhi, on charges of aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle 3rd degree, and criminal possession of a controlled substance 7th degree following a traffic stop in the Village of Delhi. Deputies allege the defendant was found to be in possession of a quantity of heroin which was located on the defendant’s person. Moxham was additionally charged with unlicensed operator, operating with a loud exhaust, operating with an unsafe tire, and was released on tickets returnable to Delhi Town Court at a later date.

On November 4, at about 8:45 a.m., deputies arrested Anthony S. Apicella, 45, of Oneonta, on a family court warrant issued by Delaware County Family Court. Apicella was later remanded to the Delaware County Correctional Facility on no bail pending further action of Delaware County Family Court.

Village of Delhi Police Department

On October 18, police served a criminal summons to Catherine Goldbar, 36, of Delhi, directing her to appear in Delhi Town Court to answer a charge of Disorderly Conduct. Goldbar’s arrest was the result of a signed complaint from a victim accusing Goldbar of screaming profanities at the victim and her children in a parking lot on Phoebe Lane.

On October 21, at 10:15 p.m., police responded to a noise complaint at 9 Franklin Street. Upon their arrival police found a small gathering at the residence shouting and playing loud music. Police arrested the gathering’s host, Matthew R. Lugo, 21, of Brooklyn, for violating the Village Noise Law. Lugo was released with an appearance ticket returnable to the Delhi Town Court.

On October 27, police served a criminal summons to Roxanne Woodruff, 53, of Delhi directing her to appear in Delhi Town Court to answer a charge of Harassment in the 2nd Degree. Woodruff’s arrest was the result of a signed complaint from a victim accusing Woodruff of “slamming into” and striking the victim at a residence on Main Street

On October 27, police served a criminal summons to Nickles Sample, 21, of Delhi directing him to appear in Delhi Town Court to answer a charge of Issuing a Bad Check.

On October 28, at 4:20 a.m., police discovered a small gathering at 9 Franklin Street playing loud music and shouting. Police arrested the gathering’s host, John R. Trabisco, 20, of Staten Island, for violating the Village Noise Law. Trabisco was released with appearance ticket returnable to the Delhi Town Court.

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