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STONY POINT

Accident Leads to Arrest for Monroe Man

The Stony Point Police arrested Stephen K. Setteducati (a 36-year-old man from Monroe) on January 27th for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

Setteducati was involved in an accident and upon being investigated was arrested for disorderly conduct. Setteducati then gave the officers a hard time being taken into custody. He will appear in court on February 6th and be placed on $500 bail.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Domestic Arrest in Monsey

On January 26th, the Stony Point Police arrested Tomasz Dluzniewski (a 44 year old man from Monsey for criminal contempt, aggravated criminal contempt, assault, endangering the welfare of a child, harassment and disorderly conduct.

The police responded to the report of a domestic dispute between Dluzniewski and his wife. Responding officers determined that Dluzniewski did assault his wife in front of their four children. It was later discovered that Dluzniewski was wanted on an active warrant out of the town of Stony Point for violating an order of protection issued from a previous domestic violence incident.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Stony Point Woman Allegedly Steals Ex-Husband’s Check

Michelle Squillante (46 year old female from Stony Point) was arrested on January 25 by the Stony Point Police for criminal possession of a forged instrument, grand larceny and criminal possession of stolen property.

Squillante was arrested after an investigation by the Stony Point Police Detective Bureau that learned that she stole a business check from her ex-husband, forged his named and stole $2,195.04 from his account without his permission.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Orangetown

Orangetown Police Investigating Two Incidents in Pearl River

On Tuesday, January 17, a female homeowner on Guteri Terrace in Pearl River came home to find a puncture wound in the left side of her dog. The dog was treated and received 15 stitches. The Orangetown Police are investigating this incident. The homeowner was out of the house from 11:30 a.m. to 2:45 pm. There was no forced entry into the home and no property was taken.

On Tuesday, January 24, unknown suspects entered the garage of a home on McKinley Street in Pearl River and stole a safe containing personal papers, cases of beer and bottles of wine between 12:15 a.m. and 5:15 a.m. It was determined that the suspects entered the garage by going into the homeowner’s unlocked vehicle and used the garage door opener. The Orangetown Police continues to investigate this case.

Anyone with information on either case, contact the Detective Bureau at 845-359-2121.

 Nyack Man Arrested with Cocaine

Ronald Fadul, 25, of Nyack was arrested by the Orangetown Police on Saturday January 7 for criminal possession of a controlled substance.

Fadul was stopped at a traffic light on South Broadway where it was discovered that he was operating the vehicle with a suspended registration. Upon further investigation, officers found Fadul to be in possession of a large quantity of cocaine. He was arrested and charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the third degree and operating with a suspended registration.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pearl River Man Arrested for Larceny

Pablo Sigcha, 41-year-old from Pearl River was arrested by the Orangetown Police on Saturday, January 21 when he was caught attempting to steal 250 dollars’ worth of merchandise from Restaurant Depot in Blauvelt.

Before leaving, Sigcha was stopped by a security guard who noticed the items were not paid for. The guard called the Orangetown Police Department and Sigcha was arrested and charged with petit larceny.

 

Bronx Man Caught with Weapon in Orangeburg

The Orangetown Police arrested Douglas Hadraniel (28-year-old from the Bronx) for carrying a weapon on January 26.

Police stopped a vehicle in the parking lot of Dominican College in which Hadraniel was the passenger. The officers noticed the strong smell of marijuana coming from inside the vehicle. Upon further investigation, the officers also found Hadraniel to be in possession of an expandable police baton. He was arrested and will be charged with criminal possession of a weapon in the fourth degree and unlawful possession of marijuana.

 

Heroin Arrest in Blauvelt

Conor Grant, 24, was arrested by the Orangetown Police on Wednesday, January 25 for criminal possession of a controlled substance. Officers responded to a possible domestic dispute in a home in Blauvelt. When coming upon Grant, they found him to be in possession of heroin. He was arrested is due back in court on February 22.

DWI Arrest of Congers Man in Nyack

Orangetown Police arrested Daniel Vondervor, 26, of Congers, on Friday for driving while intoxicated.

Police received a report of a vehicle driving into a utility pole on Midland Avenue in Nyack. When speaking to Vondervor, officers noticed the odor of alcohol on his breath and his glassy eyes and slurred speech. Vondervor failed numerous sobriety tests and was transported to headquarters where he failed a breathalyzer and will be charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated. He is due in court on February 7 to answer the charges.

Drug Arrest on Nanuet Man

Orangetown Police arrested Steeve Salomon, 26, of Nanuet for criminal possession of controlled substances on January 27.

The defendant was stopped in Nyack after committing vehicle and traffic violations. After police investigation, officers found Salomon to be in possession of ten glassine envelopes of heroin, cocaine and numerous pills. He was arrested, sent to headquarters and will be placed on $1,000 bail. He is due in Nyack Justice Court on February 14.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DWI in Orangeburg

Michael Hrynenko, 31 of Sparkill, was arrested by the Orangetown Police Monday afternoon for driving while intoxicated.

An officer responded to a motor vehicle accident in a parking lot on Route 303 in Orangeburg. The officer conducted several sobriety tests on the driver of which he failed. Hrynenko was taken to headquarters where he refused to take a breathalyzer test. He is due in Orangetown court on February 14.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ramapo

Suffern Shoplifter Arrested

The Ramapo Police arrested a 28-year-old female from Suffern on January 25 for shoplifting a plastic jar containing marijuana and Clonazepam.

An officer found the female to be in possession of the jar that contained 19 pills with the imprint “TEVA833.” The female did not possess a valid prescription for the pill, police said. She will be charged with petit larceny, unlawful possession of marijuana and criminal possession of a controlled substance. She will appear in Airmont Court at a later date.

 

Two Males Arrested for DWI

A 22-year old male from Airmont and a 21-year old male from Suffern were both arrested on January 28 for driving while intoxicated.

Responding officers found one vehicle on its side amongst trees and another vehicle on the side of the road. After investigation, they came to the conclusion that the two cars were about to crash when the one car stopped and the other went off the road and into the woods. It was discovered that the drivers of both vehicles had blood alcohol contents over the legal limit. They were processed at the Ramapo Police Department.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Suffern

Jersey Woman Arrested for DWI

Suffern Police arrested a 29-year-old woman from Franklin Lakes, NJ for driving while intoxicated. She was stopped by police on Route 202 for speeding and after conducting several sobriety tests, she was transferred to headquarters where it was discovered that her blood alcohol content was above .08%. She is pending a future court date.

Suffern Police arrested a 50-year-old man on Sunday for assault, criminal mischief, unlawful imprisonment and harassment.

The defendant became involved in a dispute with his family members and during the dispute broke down a locked door and entered the room in which his 16-year-old daughter was in. He then struck her several times, refusing to let her get away. The daughter received facial injuries. He was arrested and is pending a future court date.

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