HONESDALE, PA — Seven individuals, most residents of Wayne County, were arrested and/or charged with various felonies and misdemeanors in the wake of an undercover investigation into illegal sales of methamphetamine in the county.
Press release: Monticello Police arrested Carlos James Gilmore, age 58, of Monticello on Monday 3/4/19. Gilmore was charged with the felony of Criminal possession of a weapon and related charges.
MONTICELLO, NY —On Monday February 25, the Village of Liberty Police Department arrested Kaivena Woodall, 22, and Tylajah Jordan, 22, both of Monticello after an investigation into a robbery. Village of Liberty Police began the investigation when they were called to a residence on February 6.
Dunmore, PA – The Pennsylvania State Police Blooming Grove Criminal Investigation Unit, while investigating the apparent overdose death of the victim, Donnamarie Larocca, determined that the heroin that led to her death was provided to her by Rocco Fradella.
Press release: District Attorney Jim Farrell announced today that Randolph Dauch, 64, of White Lake, N.Y., was sentenced in Sullivan County Court by Judge Michael F.
Press Release: Pike County District Attorney Raymond J. Tonkin and the Pennsylvania State Police announce the arrest of Kyle James Piekenbrock, age 27, of Dingmans Ferry, PA for the overdose death of James Read, age 26, which occurred on February 1, 2018 at Read’s residence in Delaware Township.
Pennsylvania State Police have charged Cole Dufton, 25, with the homicide of 51-year-old Suzette Bullis. She was shot to death with a single bullet through her head.
Press release: Milford, Pa.- The District Attorneys of Pike and Wayne County and the Pennsylvania State Police announced the arrests of 7 individuals and an arrest warrant for another related to a drug ring that operated in both Pike and Wayne Counties. The arrests were the culmination of a five-month long investigation into the sales of heroin
Press release from Pike County District Attorney Raymond J. Tonkin: the following criminal sentences were issued by Pike County Court of Common Pleas President Judge Gregory Chelak: