Columbia-Greene Local News-February 19

COLUMBIA-GREENE COUNTY NEWS 2-19-19

A TOWN OF CATSKILL WOMAN FACES A LONG

LIST OF CHARGES, AFTER A DOMESTIC

INCIDENT SUNDAY MORNING. 20 YEAR OLD

EMILY GUILZON WAS CHARGED BY STATE

POLICE WITH FELONY ASSAULT, CRIMINAL

POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE,

CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF A WEAPON,

MARIJUANA POSSESSION, AND RESISTING

ARREST. SHE WAS HELD ON 15,000

DOLLARS BAIL.

THREE WOMEN ARE ACCUSED OF TRYING TO

BRING DRUGS INTO THE GREENE CORRECTIONAL

FACILITY ON SUNDAY. IN SEPARATE INCIDENTS,

STATE POLICE ARRESTED IMANI ADDISON OF

ROCHESTER, KRISTEN ABAD OF NEW YORK CITY,

AND VANESSA LOZADA OF NEW JERSEY. ABAD

WAS HELD BY POLICE, THE OTHER TWO WERE

RELEASED, PENDING A COURT APPEARANCE.

SLIPPERY ROADS MONDAY MORNING, WERE

RESPONSIBLE FOR A COUPLE OF DOZEN

MINOR ACCIDENTS ACROSS COLUMBIA AND

GREENE COUNTIES.

TWO, THAT BROUGHT AN EMERGENCY

RESPONSE, WERE ON ROUTE 385 IN CATSKILL,

AND ON ROUTE 23 IN CAIRO.

AN ELECTRICAL FIRE SUNDAY NIGHT, HAS

LEFT TWO STOTTVILLE FAMILIES

TEMPORALLY HOMELESS. THE TOWN BUILDING

INSPECTOR ORDERED THE BUILDING AT

2880 ATLANTIC AVENUE VACATED. WE'RE

TOLD COLUMBIA COUNTY IS ASSISTING

THE RESIDENTS.

FIREFIGHTERS CALLED TO TWO VEHICLE

FIRES OVERNIGHT. THE FIRST WAS ON

ROUTE 23B IN CAIRO, THE SECOND WAS

ON ROUTE 9H IN CLAVERACK.

AN ADDITIONAL 15 MILLION DOLLARS

IS BEING MADE AVAILABLE THROUGH THE

HEAP PROGRAM, FOR NEW YORKER'S WHO

THINK THEY MAY BE IN DANGER OF NOT

BEING ABLE TO HEAT THEIR HOMES

THROUGH THE END OF WINTER. THE

STATE ANNOUNCED YESTERDAY, EVEN

IF YOU'VE ALREADY RECEIVED ASSISTANCE,

YOU CAN APPLY AGAIN.

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