2017-11-15 / Police News

Shoplifting arrests precede holiday season

On October 26, at about 6:20 p.m., Troopers at Margaretville arrested Catlin M. McLarney, 29, of Delhi, for the misdemeanor of Petit Larceny. This arrest occurred after troopers responded to a report of a theft at the Catskill Seasons retail store on Main Street in the Village of Margaretville. An investigation determined that McLarney had allegedly shoplifted less than $20 worth of clothing items when she left the store without paying. McLarney was issued a ticketed returnable to the Town of Middletown court for November 14.

At her November 14 appearance McLarney pled not guilty. Public defense attorney Van Buren was assigned to the case and the case was continued with a return appearance scheduled for December 14. At the court appearance, Judge Fairbairn notified McLarney that State Police sought her appearance at police barracks to be processed on a second charge of Petit Theft occurring from a shoplifting incident at the Margaretville Home Goods also on October 26. McLarney will be arraigned on that charge during her December 14 court appearance.

Shandaken Police

On November 8, Shandaken Police responded to a two car automobile accident on Route 28 in Phoenicia. Police report that a vehicle driven by Carmine Yonnone, 25, of New Windsor, was headed west on Route 28 when he swerved to miss a deer and struck a second vehicle operated by Merna Popper, 81, of Andes. The Popper vehicle was headed east on Route 28. Yonnone was issued traffic tickets for failure to keep right and inadequate tires. Shandaken Police were assisted at the scene by the Phoenicia Fire District, Shandaken Ambulance and the New York State Police.

Delaware County Sheriff’s Office

On November 4, at about 8 p.m., Deputies arrested Nicholas Barbieri, 51, of North Merrick, on one count of Criminal Mischief 2nd degree, a class D felony. Deputies say Barbieri intentionally damaged property belonging to another person in an amount exceeding $1,500 dollars. Barbieri was arraigned in front of Judge Gumo at Delhi Court and was released on his own recognizance.

On November 4, Deputies arrested Scott Burgess, 43, of Clifton, NJ, after Burgess was observed traveling at a high rate of speed on State Highway 268 in the Town of Hancock. Upon further investigation it was found that Burgess was operating his motor vehicle in an intoxicated state while having a child passenger. Burgess was arrested for Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated; With a child passenger less than the age of 15, a class E felony, and Endangering the Welfare of a Child, a class A misdemeanor. Burgess was arraigned in the Town of Colchester Court where he was remanded to the Delaware County Correctional Facility on $2,500 cash bail or $5,000 secured bond.

On November 5, at about 1 a.m., Deputies arrested Dylan Osonitch, 17, of Queens, on charges of unlicensed operator, operating with an expired registration sticker displayed, failure to keep right, and driving while ability impaired by drugs following a traffic stop in the Town of Colchester. Osonitch was later released on tickets returnable to Colchester Town Court.

Village of Delhi Police

On October 30, police arrested Bradley L. Wallace, 31, of Delhi for Criminal Mischief in the 4th Degree. Wallace was released on his own recognizance after arraignment at the Delhi Town Court.

On October 31, police arrested Glenn K. Borne, 31, of Oneonta, for Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle in the 2nd Degree. Borne, who also had an outstanding warrant in the City of Oneonta, was turned over to the Oneonta PD after his arrest.

On November 6, police arrested

Rebecca L. Bowers, 31, of Sidney, for Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle in the 3rd Degree and Unregistered Motor Vehicle. Bowers was released on traffic summonses returnable to the Delhi Town Court.

On November 8, at 11:22 p.m., police responded to 255 Main Street for a noise complaint. Upon their arrival police observed loud music and shouting coming from one of the apartments on the premises. The tenant responsible for causing the disturbance, Jeffrey R. Bouton, 53, of Delhi, refused to lower the music and became combative with the responding officers when they attempted to place him under arrest. Police were able to place Bouton in custody after a brief struggle and the application of a conducted energy device. Bouton was charged with violating the Village Noise Law, Resisting Arrest and Obstructing Governmental Administration. He was arraigned at the Delhi Town Court where he was remanded to the Delaware County Jail in lieu of $1,000 cash bail.

On November 12, police arrested Michael C. Giannicchi, 26, of Delhi, for Driving While Intoxicated, Operating a Motor Vehicle with a .08 BAC or Higher and Fail to Keep Right. Giannicchi was released with traffic summonses returnable to the Delhi Town Court.

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