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Written By Editor on 2/27/17 | 2/27/17

Justin J. Miranda, 25, of Livingston Manor, was charged Feb. 18 with one count of driving while intoxicated, and one count of driving with a blood alcohol content greater than 0.0 percent. The arrest occurred during the investigation of a vehicle reported to have gone off the road and into a snow covered field in the town of Delhi. It is alleged that Miranda was operating the vehicle while in an intoxicated condition, at speeds not reasonable or prudent, which caused him to lose control of the vehicle while going around a corner, cross the center of the roadway and continue into a snow covered field where the vehicle came to rest. He was additionally charged with failure to keep right, moving unsafely from lane, and speed not reasonable or prudent and is to appear in Delhi Town Court at a later date.

David Meade, 22, of Delhi, was ticketed following a motorcycle accident Feb. 22 that occurred on county Route 14 in the town of Meridith.
Meade  was traveling in a westerly direction when he lost control of his motorcycle and slid into a field, according to deputies.  He was not injured in the accident.  He was ticketed for speed not reasonable and prudent.  Subsequent investigation led to Meade also being charged with unlawful possession of marijuana after deputies found a quantity of marijuana in hid possession.
He was to appear in Meredith Town Court on March 1..
Deputies were assisted by the Delhi Fire and EMS while on scene.

Acting on a request from the Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office, deputies arrested Yulonnda L. Garcia-Juarez, 43, of Stamford on Feb. 21 on a warrant issued by the village of Odessa Court.
Garcia-Juarez was charged by Schuyler County Sheriff’s Deputies with speeding and third degree aggravated unlicensed operation, an unclassified misdemeanor, and failed to appear in Odessa Village Court to answer the charges.

She was turned over to Schuyler County Sheriff’s Deputies to be brought before the village of Odessa Court where she will answer the charges.

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