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Dookies in “William Tisi’s” Pool as Yet Another Fake Facebook Profile Bites the Dust

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This is getting to be old but the cowards still seem to show up on a regular basis to spew their lies, nonsense and hyperbole. Last year we exposed Samuel Kasanovich and earlier this year we exposed three more bogus profiles.  This time around it was “William Tisi”—another Kasanovichesque coward trying to stir the pot while hiding their true identity. Curiously enough, “Billy Boy” apparently didn’t show up under that name, he was admitted to the Ramapo Central Save Our Schools under a different assumed name and then changed it on the fly.  No, I’m not going to reveal how…

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Suffern PD Sponsoring t-shirt Fundraiser to Commemorate National Police Week

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After the resounding success for the December fundraiser that raised more than $22,000 for the families of NYPD officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos the Suffern Police Department is back with what will become an annual effort to raise money for two worthy causes: The National Law Enforcement Memorial Fund and Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) With the rancor, violence and vandalism that has plagued the nation this past year, this effort will allow people to show their support for law enforcement offers while also supporting the families of officers who have paid the ultimate price as all profits go…

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You Endorsed Who? Some Parents and Teachers are Angered & Bewildered by RTA Endorsement

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School Board elections are usually mundane affairs.  Many times they are uncontested but every so often an additional candidate shows up to try to unseat an incumbent. It happened last year when Joe Gravagna placed a distance fourth and complaints flew about fake Facebook profiles hijacking pages advocating for his candidacy. This year things took a curious turn as the Ramapo Teachers Association came out in favor of Suffern Police Chief Clarke Osborn—a recent member of the RCSD board and Gravagna, while declining to endorse incumbents Teresa Monahan and Terri DiFalco. Ramapo Times and the Rockland Star have been inundated…

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DWI & Forgery Arrests in Suffern

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Defendant: Michael R. Ryan, 5 Kwiecinski St., West Haverstraw, NY, 38 yrs. old. Charges: Aggravated DWI Date & Time: Sunday morning at 3:30 AM Details: Defendant was stopped after an officer on radar patrol on Rt. 202 observed him driving erratically on this road by swerving and continually drastically changing the speed of his vehicle. After being arrested he was given a breathalyzer where he was found to be over three times the legal limit. He was charged with Aggravated DWI and after arraignment was sent to the Rockland County Jail on $1,000 bail pending a future court date of April 7th in Suffern Justice…

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Clarkstown Police: Possible Luring Incident – Unfounded

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The Clarkstown Police Department has investigated a possible luring incident which occurred on Thursday, March 19, 2015 shortly after 5:30 PM on White Birch Court in New City.   A young child (less than 10 years of age) was walking home on White Birch Ct, when a passenger in a red pick-up truck reportedly asked the child “you wanna get in?”.  The child became nervous and ran to a neighbor’s house to tell an adult. The Clarkstown Police Department aggressively investigates all reported cases of child luring.  The red pick-up truck and its occupants have been…

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Pomona Burglar Gets 12 Years to Life

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Jude Bonneau, Age 50, residing at 45 Parkway Trailer Court, Pomona was sentenced today, before New York State Supreme Court Justice William A. Kelly to a state prison term of 12 years to life after pleading guilty to Attempted Burglary in the 2nd Degree. District Attorney Thomas P. Zugibe stated that on or about July 14, 2014 at approximately 8:06 p.m., the defendant broke into a home located on New County Road in Airmont, New York. An alert homeowner managed to get the license plate number of the car driven by the defendant as…

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INDICTMENTS AGAINST 22 INDIVIDUALS FOR ALLEGEDLY OPERATING COCAINE AND HEROIN TRAFFICKING RINGS IN THE CAPITAL REGION

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Multi-Agency Crackdown, Code-Named ‘Operation June Bug,’ Leads To Indictments Charging Defendants With Distributing Heroin And Cocaine In Albany, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Washington Counties; Drug Sources In Brooklyn, Queens, Connecticut And New Jersey Cocaine Ring Allegedly Conducted Transactions Near The Historic Belmont Horse Track In Queens NEW YORK – Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today announced the unsealing of three indictments charging 22 individuals with 159 criminal counts for their alleged roles in two loosely-related narcotics rings that distributed cocaine and heroin throughout the Capital Region. The indictments were unsealed in Albany County Court before the Honorable Peter Lynch. State and…

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Unlicensed Former Doctor and Husband from Ocean County Allegedly Reap More than $172,000 by Submitting Phony Bills to Patients’ Insurer

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TRENTON – Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman and the Office of the Insurance Fraud Prosecutor (OIFP) announced that an unlicensed former doctor and her husband were indicted today for billing a medical insurance company more than $172,000 for treatments that were not rendered to patients. Lynda Stambaugh-Lupo, 52, and Michael Lupo, 61, both of Jackson, were charged by the state grand jury with second-degree conspiracy, second-degree health care claims fraud and second-degree theft by deception. Stambaugh-Lupo was also charged with third-degree practice of medicine by an unlicensed person. OIFP is alleging that during the…

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18 Year Old Suffern Resident charged with Criminal Mischief

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On March 22, 2015 at approximately 1:15pm, a Ramapo Police Officer on patrol observed a vehicle being operated on the Orchard Hill Park Baseball Field.  The officer observed damaged to the field as a result of this vehicle being operated in this manner. The officer arrested the vehicle operator, an 18 year old male from Suffern NY.  He was charged with Criminal Mischief in the fourth degree, a Class A Misdemeanor.  He is currently being held in the Town of Ramapo Police lockup.  

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Supervisor Gromack Calls for Inter-municipal Agreement for Stricter Planning and Zoning Guidelines

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New City, NY – Today, Clarkstown Supervisor Alex Gromack announced a proposal calling upon the County, Towns, and Villages of Rockland to work together to implement changes to the current system of planning notification and inter-municipal review of planning and zoning matters. New York State General Municipal Law (GML) 239 provides for the rights and duties of neighboring municipalities in planning and zoning matters.  Applications for special use permits, use variances, site plans and subdivisions on properties within 500 feet of municipal borders require the referral of the application to the County Planning Department; however, only a simple notice of…

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