STUYVESANT FALLS–State Police in Livingston arrested three subjects following a robbery investigation.
At about 5:20 p.m., January 17, troopers were called to a residence on County Route 25A. Their investigation revealed that two teenage males entered the residence and stole property, while forcibly restraining a 13-year-old resident.
Nicholas Dodge, 17, of Kinderhook and Ryan Shufelt, 18, of Chatham were charged with second degree robbery, a class C felony, and fourth degree conspiracy, a class E felony.
Alysha Narzynski, 18, of Kinderhook was charged with fourth degree conspiracy.
All three subjects were arraigned before Livingston Justice Robert Moore and sent to the Columbia County Jail without bail.
The Columbia County District Attorney’s Office assisted with the investigation.
Niverville firefighters and Valatie Rescue Squad were called to the scene of a serious accident involving a flatbed tow truck on State Route 9 between Birch Road and Cortland Drive, Kinderhook, Monday, January 23 at 7:48 a.m. The flatbed truck, carrying one U.S. Postal Service truck and towing another, struck a tree head-on and the driver, Schuyler Burns, 22, of Loudonville, was trapped inside. Mr. Burns was driving the Gary’s Garage tow truck south to deliver the trucks in Valatie. First Assistant Chief Tim Stever requested heavy rescue 459 with extrication personnel to the scene and an engine to close traffic just south of the accident, according to Mike McCagg, who was on the scene. The truck’s cab collapsed and the front end was horse-shoed around the tree. The driver’s side tire was thrown about 10 feet from the truck. Valatie Rescue requested a Med-Flight chopper but was denied because of the light freezing drizzle falling at the time. Using two sets of Jaws and a ram, it took crews about 15 minutes to free the driver. Valatie Rescue took him to the Albany Medical Center for treatment of head and internal injuries. His condition is not known. Route 9 was open to just one lane of traffic, and then closed for a couple of hours while the State Police investigated. All units cleared the scene at 10:45 a.m.
A Chatham Rescue ambulance struck a tree while en route to a call, January 21 at 12:41 p.m. The accident happened on County Route 9, just south of Lamoree Road in Chatham. The ambulance was northbound on its way to a call on Dewitt Brown Road without lights or siren. Two members of the rescue squad were in the ambulance when it went off the west side of the road and hit a tree. Both were taken to Columbia Memorial Hospital in Hudson to be checked out. Red Rock firefighters were dispatched. The Columbia County Highway Department was called in to sand the area. Deputy Todd Hyson investigated. No tickets were issued. Red Rock firefighters were back in service at 1:11 p.m.
Brandon McMahon, 20, of Pittsfield, MA, was charged with fourth degree criminal possession of a weapon, unlawful possession of marijuana and having excessive window tint by Trooper Nicholas Lombardi on Route 20, January 10.
When Mr. McMahon was stopped for having vehicle window tint blocking more than 30% of incoming light, police found him to have marijuana and a switch-blade knife in the vehicle. He was ticketed to appear in New Lebanon Court at a later date.
John Delamater, 53, of Hudson was charged with second degree criminal contempt by Deputy Brian Molinski, November 18 at 1:46 p.m.
Mr. Delamater allegedly did not comply with a court order prohibiting him from possessing firearms. He turned himself in at the Sheriff’s Office and was scheduled to answer the charge in Claverack Court.
Roger L. Delease, Jr., 32, of Ancram was charged on Columbia County Court Warrants for Probationer by Deputies Peter Grzeskow and Tracy Proper, November 29 at 9 a.m.
Mr. Delease was convicted November 21, 2006 on two counts of second degree criminal possession of a forged instrument, a class D felony, and fourth degree criminal possession of stolen property, a class E felony.
Mr. Delease was arraigned in County Court before Judge Jonathan Nichols and was sent to the county jail and directed to return to county court at a later date.
*Heidi L. Degrenier, 30, of Hudson was charged on a Columbia County Court arrest warrant by Deputies Peter Grzeskow and Marcus Hickey, November 26 at 1:05 p.m. Ms. Degrenier was originally convicted April 20, 2010 in Columbia County Court on a charge of fourth degree grand larceny, a class E felony and was sentenced June 15 of that year to a period of probation. The warrant was issued when she allegedly failed to adhere to terms and conditions of her probation. She was sent to the county jail on orders of County Judge Jonathan Nichols pending further court action.