Monticello Police Department press release

Monticello man arrested again for burglarizing Ted Stroble Center

Posted 2/11/22

Members of the Monticello Police arrested Paul A. Ellis, Age 35, of Monticello on Thursday, February 10, 2022. Ellis was charged with the felony of Burglary in the 3rd degree and misdemeanor Criminal mischief in the 4th degree

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Monticello Police Department press release

Monticello man arrested again for burglarizing Ted Stroble Center

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MONTICELLO, NY — Members of the Monticello Police arrested Paul A. Ellis, Age 35, of Monticello on Thursday, February 10. Ellis was charged with the felony of Burglary in the 3rd degree and misdemeanor Criminal mischief in the 4th degree. On Thursday at 3:42 a.m.,  Ellis did knowingly enter and remained unlawfully within the Ted Stroble Center, located at 10 Jefferson Street in the Village of Monticello. While inside the premise, Ellis did intentionally pull a partition out of the floor that was located inside a restroom, put a hole in a wall, and scatter other items about the floor. Monticello police utilized video surveillance to identify Ellis. Ellis was arrested at 7:25 a.m. Thursday when officers responded to a business location on Forestburgh Road for a reported disorderly person and found Ellis on the scene.

Ellis had been previously arrested by Monticello Police on Tuesday, November 30, 2021 for also burglarizing and damaging property at the Ted Stroble Center. As per NYS Bail Reform guidelines, Ellis was issued an appearance ticket and a disposition of that incident is still pending in court.

Ellis was arraigned Thursday in the Village of Monticello Justice Court before Associate Justice Leo Glass and remanded to the Sullivan County Jail on $10,000 cash bail, $20,000 bail bond, or $30,000 secured insurance bond pending further court action.

The filing of an accusatory instrument is merely an accusation and every person who is arrested is presumed innocent until proven guilty in court.

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