On May 19, 2013 Troopers in Sullivan County conducted a stationary motorcycle roadcheck in the Town of Highland. Nicholas A. Dellanno, age 22, of Chatham, NJ was interviewed and appeared to be under the influence of marijuana. Dellanno was found to possess marijuana and failed field sobriety tests given on scene. Read more
Monticello police arrested Isaiah Roberts, 22, and Keron Neils, 20, both of Brooklyn on June 1. Both defendants were charged with misdemeanor petit larceny.
On May 28 at approximately 7PM the defendants while acting in concert with each other stole a donation jar from the front counter of the “WENDY’S” restaurant located on pleasant street in the village of Monticello. Read more
On May 19th, 2013, at approximately 02:36 a.m., Honesdale Borough Police observed a vehicle driven by James Rosler, age 34, of Honesdale speeding on Sunrise Avenue. A traffic stop was conducted on the vehicle. ROSLER exhibited signs of being under the influence of alcohol and was arrested for DUI. Charges of DUI and speeding were filed and a court appearance is forthcoming.
On 05/31/2013 at approximately 10:15 a.m., a crash occurred on Church Street, in Honesdale Borough. A 2008 Volkswagen being operated by Joseph Juice, 39, of Honesdale, was traveling northbound when the vehicle he was operating left the roadway and collided with a legally parked 2003 Subaru. Read more
Sullivan County Sheriff’s Deputies have arrested a maintenance worker at BOCES in Liberty for stealing students’ money. Justin M. Wood, 19, of Livingston Manor was charged Friday (5/31/13) after a month long investigation where a total of $155 dollars was taken from a locked box in a teacher’s desk. Read more
Monticello police arrested Anthony J. Morelli (39) of Monticello on May 31. A few days earlier, Monticello police received a complaint from a Woodbourne woman that her purse had been stolen from a parked vehicle on Landfield Avenue after the car window had been smashed out. Read more
Two-handed casting class at The Beaverkill Angler, 8am-12 noon or 1-5pm. Cost: $50. 607/498-5194.
Scout Weekends continue when “Ben Franklin” will be at Fort Delaware Museum of Colonial History to teach visitors how he built his famous “electrifying” kite, 1pm. Admission: $3. 845/252-6660.