Sunday, August 31, 2008

Bungalow Colony Car Thieves Arrested

Monticello, NY: Thanks to the outstanding detective work by the Sullivan County Sheriff Department, the people wanted in connection with the recent rash of car-break-ins have been arrested.
More than one hundred vehicles in the Monticello area had been broken into, with the main target being GPS systems. Some of the bungalow colonies which had cars broken into were Freeds, Syms, Ichud, Alpine Estates, Beverly Hills
The Sheriff Department had placed extra patrols, and assigned additional detectives to the case.
Sources tell us, that four suspects (two males and two females) were arrested by the Sheriff Patrol on Motzei Shabbos at the former Gibbers Hotel - now the home of the year-round Viznits Community.
Special Assistant to the Superintendent of the NYSP Rabbi Bernard Freilich said that the Sheriff Department must be publicly credited for their hard work in this case. “Sheriff Mike Schiff and UnderSheriff Eric Chaboty personally spent countless hours meeting with concerned residents, and worked tirelessly to apprehend the suspects”, Freilich said.

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