Delaware County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Delaware County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 280 Phoebe Ln # 1, Delhi, 13753 NY
  • Chief:
Phone: 607-746-2336
Fax: 607-832-6051
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Delaware County Sheriff's Office is located at 280 Phoebe Ln # 1, Delhi, 13753 NY. The Delaware County Sheriff's Office phone number is 607-746-2336.

Delaware County Sheriff's Office News

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DELAWARE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 280 Phoebe Lane Suite #1 Delhi, New York 13753 PRESS RELEASE On Thursday, November 1st 2018, at about 3:21 p.m. Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested a 17-year-old juvenile from of Windsor, NY on one count of petit larceny. Deputies allege the youth took property belonging to another while attending the DCMO BOCES Harrold Campus in Masonville. The youth was issued an appearance ticket and is scheduled to appear at the Town of Masonville Court at a later Date.

DELAWARE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 280 Phoebe Lane Suite #1 Delhi, New York 13753 PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Craig DuMond announced that on Monday afternoon, Delaware County Sheriff's Office Investigators arrested three Delhi area residents on felony drug possession charges following the execution of a high risk search warrant at a Meredith Street, Delhi, residence by members of the Delaware County Sheriff's Office Special Response Team. A Search Warrant for the residence was obtained following a narcotics trafficking investigation conducted by members of the Delaware County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigation Division. A search of the residence conducted by Sheriff’s Investigators and Deputies, assisted by K-9 “Ozzie”, led to the seizure of more than one half (1/2) ounce of bulk packaged heroin and three bundles (thirty bags) of packaged heroin having an estimated street value in excess of $5,000.00, a quantity of marihuana, as well as a scale and drug packaging paraphernalia. Investigators subsequently arrested 50-year-old Ramar Hassell, a/k/a “Pee-Wee”, and/or “Ace”, and 54-year-old Valerie L. Alexander, both of Meredith Street, Delhi, and charged each of them with the class B felony offense of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree and Unlawful Possession of Marihuana. Hassell was also charged with Resisting Arrest. Investigators also arrested 25-year-old William J. Effner, of Delancey, and charged him with the class B felony offense of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree and the misdemeanor offense of Criminally Possessing a Hypodermic Instrument. Hassell, Alexander and Effner are accused of possessing a quantity of heroin with the intent to sell it. All three were arraigned in the Town of Delhi Court and were remanded to the Delaware County Correctional Facility in lieu of $100,000.00 cash bail pending their re-appearance in the Town of Delhi Court on November 9, 2018. The New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision’s Division of Parole was immediately notified of the arrest of Effner who is currently subject to Parole supervision. Effner was released from state prison to parole supervision in July, 2018 upon serving a portion of the sentence imposed upon him as result of a Grand Larceny conviction. Additionally, the New York City Police Department was notified of the arrest of Valerie Alexander who is currently wanted by that agency on an outstanding bench warrant for Burglary in the Third Degree. Speaking on the arrest, Sheriff Craig DuMond commented “Once again, I am extremely proud of the dedicated efforts of our team and, specifically, my Special Response Team. The SRT, made up of specially trained Deputies and Corrections Officers, executed this high risk warrant flawlessly; ensuring the safety of our personnel as well as the community in general. We have been after these characters for some time and I am pleased these individuals have been removed from our streets”.

DELAWARE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 280 Phoebe Lane Suite #1 Delhi, New York 13753 PRESS RELEASE Deputy Sheriff Cody Tromblee Graduates From Police Academy Sheriff Craig S. DuMond announces that Deputy Sheriff Cody Tromblee of Delhi, NY has graduated the 2018 Session of the Broome County Police Academy on October 26th, 2018. Deputy Tromblee’s graduation marks the completion of a 6-month grueling military-style training regimen; earning his Police Officer certification by the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services. Prior to attending the Police Academy, Deputy Tromblee served as a Corrections Officer within the Sheriff’s Corrections Division. Speaking on the graduation, Sheriff DuMond remarked, “this is a very proud day for Deputy Tromblee, his family and the Members of the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office. I am more than confident in his abilities and know that he will serve the Office of Sheriff and the citizens of Delaware County with pride, honor and integrity”.

On November 3rd, 2018, Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested 31 year old Jessie Bolster and 40 year old Roy Bolster of Harpersville, NY after the pair was stopped while traveling in the Village of Hancock for Vehicle and Traffic Law infractions. After performing an inquiry of Jessie Bolsters driving privileges, it was found that she was operating the motor vehicle while having several active suspensions. An inquiry of Roy Bolsters driving privileges was also performed, revealing he was wanted on an active arrest warrant from Tompkins County Family Court. Upon further investigation, a search of the vehicle revealed the pair was in possession of several Oxycodone pills, Lorazepam pills, Acetaminophen and Oxycodone pills and multiple bags of crystal methamphetamine. Both parties were arrested and charged with 4 counts of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the 7th Degree. Jessie Bolster was additionally charged with Aggravated Unlicensed Operation in the 2nd Degree, and several other Vehicle and Traffic Law infractions. Both Bolsters were arraigned in the Hancock Village Court where they were remanded to the Delaware County Correctional Facility in lieu of $10,000 cash/$20,000 secured bond.

DELAWARE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 280 Phoebe Lane Suite #1 Delhi, New York 13753 PRESS RELEASE: On October 31st, 2018, Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested 24-year-old Tyler J. Cross of Middletown, New York and 21-year-old Michael A.L. Smith of Hobart, New York each on one count of Unlawful Possession of Marihuana. This arrest stems from a traffic stop in the Village of Stamford where a quantity of marihuana was located within the vehicle. Cross was also issued a Traffic Ticket for No Distinctive Plate. Cross and Smith were released on appearance tickets returnable to the Town of Stamford Court to answer the charges. Deputies were assisted on the scene by Deputy K9 Ozzie of the Sheriff’s Office.

DELAWARE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 280 Phoebe Lane Suite #1 Delhi, New York 13753 PRESS RELEASE: On October 29th, 2018 Delaware County Sheriff Deputies conducted a traffic stop on Andes Rd in the Village of Delhi. The operator of the vehicle was identified as Brittney I. Barnett, age 21 of Oakdale, NY. Brittney was observed traveling at a speed of 43 mph in a posted 20 mph School Zone, during dismissal time at Delaware Academy. While speaking with Brittney Deputies detected an odor of marihuana coming from the vehicle. Upon a search of the vehicle, Deputies located marihuana within the vehicle. Brittney was issued traffic summons for speed in school zone and obstructed license plate. Brittney was arrested for unlawful possession of marihuana and released on an appearance ticket. Brittney is to appear in the Town of Delhi Court at a later date to answer the charge.

DELAWARE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 280 Phoebe Lane Suite #1 Delhi, New York 13753 PRESS RELEASE On October 26, 2018 at approximately 10:05 PM, Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies, arrested a 17-year-old male juvenile, on two counts of Forcible Touching, two counts of Endangering the Welfare of a Child, one count of Attempted Sexual Misconduct, and one count of Sexual Misconduct, all class, A misdemeanors. This arrest was the result of a complaint made by staff at DCMO BOCES Harrold Campus in Masonville. It is alleged that this defendant, engaged in multiple sexual acts on different days, with multiple victims who were under the age of 17. All of these incidents occurred at DCMO BOCES Harrold Campus. The male juvenile was arraigned in the Town of Masonville Court, where he was subsequently remanded to the custody of the Delaware County Correctional Facility en lieu of $5000.00 cash bail, or $10000.00 in secured bonds. The male juvenile was scheduled to re-appear before the Town of Masonville Court at a later date for further process.

Delaware County Sheriff Craig DuMond wants to remind everyone that tomorrow is Halloween. While Halloween is an exciting and fun time for all, we need to remind ourselves that our communities will be bustling with enthusiastic little trick or treaters who often forget about safety. Let’s all aspire to keep the safety of the children our top priority. Please review the following safety tips to help make this a success! In addition, Sheriff DuMond advises that our patrols will be out and about in Delaware County ensuring our goal is achieved.

Delaware County Sheriff’s Office 280 Phoebe Lane, Suite 1 Delhi, New York 13753 PRESS RELEASE On October 20th 2018, Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies received a complaint of a 1 car property damage automobile accident on Terry Road in the Town of Harpersfield. Upon arriving at the accident scene the operator was learned to have left prior to Deputy’s arrival. Further investigation revealed that the vehicle was being operated by Ralph E. Leonard, age 62, of Hobart, New York. Deputies then traveled to the residence of Mr. Leonard where a marihuana grow operation was observed in plain view. Leonard was later taken into custody and was charged with Criminal possession of marihuana in the 3rd degree, a class E felony, Unlawfully Growing Cannabis, two counts of Criminal possession of a controlled substance in the 7th degree, Obstructing governmental administration in the 2nd degree, Aggravated unlicensed operation in the 2nd degree, and several other traffic infractions stemming from the motor vehicle accident. Leonard was arraigned at Kortright Town Court where he was remanded to the Delaware County Correctional Facility in lieu of $4,000 cash bail or $8,000 secured bond for the offenses that occurred in the Town of Kortright, and was also remanded in lieu of $500.00 cash or $1000.00 secured bond, for the offenses that had occurred in the Town of Harpersfield.

Delaware County Sheriff’s Office 280 Phoebe Lane, Suite 1 Delhi, New York 13753 PRESS RELEASE On Tuesday, October 23, 2018 at about 1:24 p.m., Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Robert Walker, 69, of Davenport, NY on one count of criminal impersonation in the second degree and one count of official misconduct. Deputies allege Walker used a Volunteer Fire Department emergency blue light on his personal vehicle to conducted a traffic stop on another vehicle in the Town of Davenport without having any authority to do so. Walker was further issued traffic summonses for unauthorized use of emergency lights, unauthorized lights, failure to keep right, speed unreasonable and prudent and following too closely. Walker was issued appearance tickets and is scheduled to appear at the Town of Davenport Court at a later date to answer these charges. As this investigation continues, Deputies are anticipating additional charges to be filed at a later date.

Delaware County Sheriff's Office Job Openings as of October 18th, 2018 LEGEND: FT= FULL TIME - 35, 37.5, 40 hrs. per week PT= PART TIME - less than 24 hrs. per week PPT =PERMANENT PART TIME - 24-32 hrs. per week T =TEMPORARY POSITION BR= BASE RATE (per hour) 1. Registered Professional Nurse, PT, BR $23.7074 2. Deputy Sheriff, PT, (2 positions), BR $19.4286, (to be filled from Civil Service List). 3. Corrections Officer, PT, (5 positions), BR $17.9459, (subject to Civil Service Exam). 4. Deputy Sheriff, FT, BR $19.4286, (to be filled from Civil Service List). 5. Corrections Officer, FT, (2 positions), BR $17.9459, (subject to Civil Service Exam). For further information please contact : http://www.co.delaware.ny.us/departments/pers/pers.htm Delaware County Personnel Department 1 Courthouse Square, Suite #2 Delhi, NY 13753 Phone: 607-832- 5678 Fax: 607-832-6044 Email: pers@co.delaware.ny.us Office Hours: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday - Friday (except holidays) STAFF Linda Pinner, Personnel Officer Nancy Milea, Personnel Technician Brenda Stone, Sr. Human Resource Clerk I Frances Ackerly, Human Resource Clerk Carol Shultis, Personnel Clerk co.delaware.ny.us www.co.delaware.ny.us co.delaware.ny.us www.co.delaware.ny.us

DELAWARE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 280 Phoebe Lane Suite #1 Delhi, New York 13753 PRESS RELEASE On October 20, 2018 at approximately 1:43 p.m. Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Frances Thomas, 24, of Harpersfield, NY on one count of cruelty to animals; failure to provide proper food and sustenance. Deputies allege that Thomas failed to care for a dog over a period of time, failing to provide it with proper food, water, shelter and veterinary care. Thomas was issued an appearance ticket and is scheduled to appear at the Harpersfield Town Court at a later date.

DELAWARE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 280 Phoebe Lane Suite #1 Delhi, New York 13753 PRESS RELEASE On Sunday, October 21, 2018, at approximately 2:35 p.m. Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Eric Palmatier, 47, of Harpersfield, NY on one count of cruelty to animals; failure to provide proper food and sustenance. Deputies allege that Palmatier failed to care for a dog over a period of time by failing to provide proper food, water, shelter and veterinary care. Palmatier was issued an appearance ticket and is scheduled to appear at the Harpersfield Town Court at a later date.

DELAWARE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 280 Phoebe Lane Suite #1 Delhi, New York 13753 PRESS RELEASE On October 20th, 2018 at approximately 12:00pm, Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested 18-year-old Noah Shambaugh of Delhi, New York on a Criminal Summons issued by The Town of Delhi Court for the offense of Harassment 2nd Degree. Deputies allege the defendant harassed another person during the course of a domestic dispute. Shambaugh is scheduled to appear in the Town of Stamford Court at a later date to answer the charge.

DELAWARE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 280 Phoebe Lane Suite #1 Delhi, New York 13753 PRESS RELEASE On Sunday, October 14, 2018 at approximately 2:31 pm, Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Georges Furgeois, 60, of Honesdal, Pennsylvania for Reckless Driving. Deputies allege that Furgeois was traveling at speeds up to 108 mph in the Village and Town of Hancock, passing multiple vehicles in a reckless manner. Furgeois was issued numerous traffic summons as a result of this incident which include speed in zone, failure to keep right, loud exhaust, illegal motorcycle exhaust and improper passing. Furgeois was later released on traffic summons and is scheduled to reappear in the Town of Hancock Court at a later date. Sheriff’s Deputies were assisted by the Village of Hancock Police Department and New York State Police.

DELAWARE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 280 Phoebe Lane Suite #1 Delhi, New York 13753 PRESS RELEASE On Thursday, October 18th, 2018 at approximately 10:51 PM, Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Charles Kern, 25, of Walton, New York, on a warrant issued by the Delaware County Family Court for an unspecified violation of the Family Court Act. Kern was arraigned at the Town of Colchester Court where he was subsequently remanded to the custody of the Delaware County Correctional Facility without bail. He was scheduled to appear before the Delaware County Family Court at a later date for further proceeding.

DELAWARE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 280 Phoebe Lane Suite #1 Delhi, New York 13753 PRESS RELEASE On October 20th, 2018 at approximately 2:50 pm, Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested 36-year-old Walter L. Lewis II of Deposit, New York on a Bench Warrant issued by the Town of Tompkins Court for failure to pay fine. Lewis was arraigned in front of the Town of Tompkins Court where he was later released after posting cash bail set by the court.

DELAWARE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 280 Phoebe Lane Suite #1 Delhi, New York 13753 PRESS RELEASE On October 15, 2018, at 1:57 p.m., Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Eric Rossman, 39, of Davenport, NY on one count of criminal possession of stolen property in the fourth degree, a class E felony. This arrest stemmed from an investigation into a stolen vehicle in the Town of Harpersfield earlier this year. Deputies encountered Rossman after responding to a property damage motor vehicle accident in the Town of Delhi where the operator, Eric Rossman, had left the scene. Deputies were able to locate Rossman with the assistance of the Delhi Police Department and the New York State Police. Further investigation revealed that Rossman was operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Rossman was additionally charged with Aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree and was issued multiple traffic summons for leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident, unlicensed operator, failure to keep right, move from lane unsafely, speed not reasonable and prudent, and operating a motor vehicle while using a portable electronic device. Rossman was arraigned at the Town of Davenport Court and was remanded to the Delaware County Correctional Facility in lieu of $5,000 cash bail or $10,000 secured bond. Rossman is scheduled to reappear at the Town of Davenport and the Town of Delhi courts at a later date to answer these charges.

DELAWARE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 280 Phoebe Lane Suite #1 Delhi, New York 13753 PRESS RELEASE On Tuesday, October 16, 2018 members of the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office arrested Mark A. Tubbs and Angela J. Huggins both 36 years of age and residing in the Village of Sidney, for one count each of Unlawful Possession of Marijuana and one count each of Endangering the Welfare of a Child. It is alleged that Huggins and Tubbs possessed a quantity of marijuana in their apartment and this marijuana was accessible to a nine-year-old child. These arrests came during the execution of arrest warrants at the Huggins and Tubbs residence by the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office Special Response Team. Both Angelia Huggins and Mark Tubbs will appear in the Village of Sidney Court to answer these charges.

DELAWARE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 280 Phoebe Lane Suite #1 Delhi, New York 13753 PRESS RELEASE On October 17th 2018 at approximately 7:06 pm, Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested 18-year-old Devon A. Dority of Hamden, New York on charges of Menacing 2nd degree and Attempted Assault 2nd degree, a class E felony. Deputies say an investigation into a reported Domestic Dispute revealed that Dority placed another in fear of physical injury and attempted to cause that person physical injury by throwing a knife at that person. Dority was arraigned at Hamden Town Court and was remanded to the Delaware County Jail on $1000 bail. Dority is scheduled to appear at Hamden Town Court at a later date to answer the charges.

DELAWARE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 280 Phoebe Lane Suite #1 Delhi, New York 13753 PRESS RELEASE On October 16th, 2018 Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Denise Ingraham, 30, of Stamford, NY on one count of endangering the welfare of a child. Deputies allege that Ingraham physically restrained a 1-year-old child, causing breathing difficulties to said child. Ingraham was arraigned in the Town of Stamford court and then released on her own recognizance. Ingraham is scheduled to reappear at the Town of Stamford court at a later date for further court proceedings.

DELAWARE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 280 Phoebe Lane Suite #1 Delhi, New York 13753 PRESS RELEASE On Wednesday, October 17, 2018 members of the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office arrested 23-year-old Samantha Wren and 33-year-old William Weyrauch III both of whom reside in the Village of Fishes Eddy, for one count each of Unlawful Possession of Marijuana and one count each of Unlawfully Growing Cannabis. It is alleged that Wren and Weyrauch were in possession of one marihuana plant. Both will appear in the Town of Hancock Court to answer these charges, at a later date.

From the Sheriff’s Desk October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month During the month of October 2018, The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office is showing its support to help bring awareness to the devastating disease of Breast Cancer. Sheriff’s Office members will be wearing the iconic pink Breast Cancer Awareness ribbon as part of their uniform. The Sheriff’s Office Administrative Assistant Jessica Miller purchased and crafted the well-known pink ribbons to honor the many victims who have battled and who are currently battling breast cancer. Delaware County Sheriff Craig DuMond showed his support to the cause by authorizing the wearing of the ribbon as a part of the uniform for all employees. Further, he advises that “everyone knows someone who has been affected by breast cancer and awareness is the first step in battling this awful disease”. To learn more about breast cancer and its signs and symptoms, or to learn how to perform a breast exam, and/or other important clinical information follow this link to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. https://www.nationalbreastcancer.org/early-detection-of-breast-cancer https://www.cancer.org/content/dam/cancer-org/research/cancer-facts-and-statistics/breast-cancer-facts-and-figures/breast-cancer-facts-and-figures-2017-2018.pdf As your Sheriff, I am humbled to stand with you in strengthening our support for this most important cause! Respectfully, Sheriff Craig S. DuMond DELAWARE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE