Hudson police arrest two fugitives wanted by NYPD

HUDSON—Hudson Police arrested two wanted fugitives Tuesday, February 17.

Darryl Cintron, 29, and his brother Alonzo Cintron, 32, both without known addresses, were charged on active parole warrants out of Manhattan.

Hudson Police working with the New York Police Department (NYPD) Joint Absconder Warrant Squad (JAWS) learned that the two parolees may have taken up residence in Hudson.

Darryl Cintron has a history of armed robbery, larceny, and drug sales. Alonzo Cintron has a history of robbery, weapon possession and resisting arrest. Hudson Police units staked out various locations throughout the day and were able to identify and arrest the subjects without incident.

Darryl was taken into custody on North Second Street around 1 p.m. and Alonzo was arrested at a residence on the 200 block of State Street around 2:30 p.m. Both Cintron brothers were turned over to NYPD Tuesday afternoon.

“I credit Detective Jeff Keyser for taking the lead on this case, as well as our uniform patrol that assisted. Det. Keyser acted quickly on this information. These individuals were not allowed to take root in Hudson,” Hudson Police Chief L. Edward Moore said in a press release.

Greenport

Michael A. Fix, Jr., 23, of Stottville was charged with fourth degree grand larceny, a class E felony, by State Police investigators from Livingston, February 22.

Troopers were dispatched to the Columbia Center Plaza by Columbia County 911 for a larceny complaint.

During an investigation by troopers and investigators, it was discovered that Mr. Fix allegedly stole money from a family member’s hand bag.

He was arraigned in Greenport Court and sent to the Columbia County Jail in lieu of $1,000 cash bail.

Hillsdale

Craig C. Willenbrock, 52, of Hillsdale was charged with fourth degree criminal mischief, a class A misdemeanor, by Deputy David Proper and Deputy Joseph Kilmer, February 14 at 3:30 p.m.

Mr. Willenbrock is accused of damaging a motor vehicle at a private residence in Hillsdale. He was arraigned in Hillsdale Court and released on his own recognizance with a return court date of March 18.

Stockport

Everardus K. Proper, 37, of Stockport was charged with being a fugitive from justice by Sheriff’s Office Investigator Patrick Logue and Deputy Cindy Madison, February 13 at 4:10 p.m.

Mr. Proper was stopped for a traffic infraction on Atlantic Avenue. During a computer check, Investigator Logue discovered that Mr. Proper was wanted in Vermont on a felony parole warrant. The original charge in Vermont was burglary. He was arraigned in Stockport Court and sent to the Columbia County Jail with no bail.

Drugs/alcohol

The following face drug- and/or alcohol-related charges:

*Daniel M. Gonzalez, 22, of Hudson was charged with third degree criminal possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell, a class B felony, and unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation, by State Police investigators from Livingston, February 13. Troopers were conducting a fixed sobriety check-point on State Route 9 in Kinderhook that evening when a northbound vehicle entered the check-point and troopers immediately smelled the odor of marijuana emanating from the vehicle. The driver was ordered to pull the vehicle off to the side of the road for further investigation. With the assistance of a State Police K-9, it was discovered that Mr. Gonzalez, a passenger in the vehicle, was in possession of heroin. Following an investigation, Mr. Gonzalez was found to possess 54 glassine envelopes containing heroin and a small amount of marijuana. He was arraigned in Kinderhook Town Court and sent to the Columbia County Jail in lieu of $2,500 cash bail.

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Two plead guilty in county court

HUDSON—Winston Wilburn of Hudson faces up to 15 years in state prison for stealing a loaded .45 caliber Glock handgun from a trooper.

Mr. Wilburn pleaded guilty February 20 in Columbia County Court to charges he stole the trooper’s handgun from his private car in October. In court, he admitted to stealing the weapon that morning. The gun was recovered that afternoon.

Also in court the same day, Lucas Johnson, 28, admitted to attempting to rob a Kinderhook hair salon back in June. He pleaded guilty before Judge Jonathan Nichols. Mr. Johnson and his brother were charged with the crime. The pair threatened the owner of the business with a knife.

Mr. Johnson faces up to 15 years in state prison.

Local man donates to protect K9

Matthew Rogers, owner of Pinewoods Caretaking and Estate Services of Hillsdale donated $1,102.49 to the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office to be used specifically for the purchase of a bulletproof vest for one of the department’s K9 units. Mr. Rogers said in a press release, “These K9 dogs are an important part of the Sheriff’s Office and I wanted to make sure that the dogs are protected when they are on patrol.” Sheriff David Bartlett thanked Mr. Rogers for his gift.

Summer camp applications now accepted

GREENPORT—Columbia County Sheriff David Bartlett announces that his office is now accepting applications for the 2015 New York State Sheriffs’ Association Institute’s Summer Camp which will take place July 12 through 18.

The Sheriffs’ Summer Camp is located near Penn Yan in Yates County and is supported by Sheriffs’ Association’s Honorary Members through their contributions and annual dues. This year the camp will accommodate more than 900 girls and boys from across the state.

The camp is designed to provide a solid recreational program combined with the development of a sense of good citizenship. Deputies and camp counselors work to create a positive experience for the young campers. Throughout the week-long stay, campers participate in and observe special exhibits and demonstrations presented by Sheriffs’ Offices from across the state, including K9 presentations, boat and bike safety programs, law enforcement equipment and technical demonstrations, archery competitions and a talent show.

The camp is free of charge and transportation is provided by the Sheriff’s Association Institute.

Requirements for attending summer camp are:

  • Campers must be between the ages of 9 and 12 during their camp session
  • Children must have a complete physical signed by a licensed physician
  • Children must have their up-to-date immunization records to meet the state immunization requirements
  • Children of deputies and Sheriff’s Office personnel are not eligible
  • Children who would otherwise not have an opportunity to go to a summer camp are sought
  • Children will not be allowed to have cell phones or any electronic equipment while at camp. Children will also not be allowed to contact home unless there is an emergency.

Parents of children interested in attending summer camp can pick up applications at the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office, 85 Industrial Tract or from school resource deputies at Taconic Hills, Ichabod Crane, Chatham, New Lebanon, Germantown and Hudson. Since there is a limited number of spaces, priority will be based on fully completed applications received by April 1. Call Confidential Assistant Rebecca Milone at 518 828-0601 X 1400 with questions.

 

 

 

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