Sheriff’s Deputies Arrest Two People

One charged with larceny; the other with failure to appear

Putnam County Sheriff’s deputies on Oct. 4 arrested a Westchester County woman after a series of cash-register thefts at the Garrison Golf Club. Meghan Gilbert, 21, of Buchanan, has been charged with grand larceny in the fourth degree, a felony.

Authorities allege that over the course of three weeks, while employed in the Pro Shop at the club, which is located on Route 9, Gilbert stole $1,150 from the register. She was arraigned before Town of Putnam Valley Justice Louis DiCarlo and released in her own recognizance pending an appearance in the Town of Philipstown Justice Court.

On Oct. 14 in Nelsonville, meanwhile, Deputy Brian Aisenstat made a traffic stop and recognized one of the passengers as a Brooklyn man wanted by Cold Spring Police for failing to appear to answer felony drug charges. After being arraigned in Village of Cold Spring Justice Court, Kevin B. Sola, 21, posted a $2,500 cash bail pending a November 18 court date.

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