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      4 arrested, one twice, after burglary in Sullivan

      Romyka Robello

      Four people were arrested, and one re-arrested, after a burglary on Kinderhook Road in the Town of Sullivan on May 13.

      The resident who lives in the Kinderhook Road home reported that her laptop, LCD TV, several pieces of jewelry, digital camera and credit card were stolen.

      Madison County Sheriffâ??s Deputies were called to the scene of the burglary and interviewed neighbors. During their investigations, deputies were able to get a description and license plate number of a suspicious vehicle seen in the area that evening.

      Early in the morning on May 14, deputies found the vehicle on Chestnut Ridge Road and pulled it over. The four people in the car were taken to the Sheriffâ??s Office for questioning.

      29-year-old Brandon M. Dobrzenski, of Utica, 20-year-old Katrina R. Nugent, of Canastota and 28-year-old Brandon P. Walsh, of Canastota, were arrested and charged with criminal possession of stolen property.

      25-year-old Romyka M. Robello, of Chittenango, was charged with criminal possession of stolen property and criminally using drug paraphernalia.

      Deputies say they recovered some of the stolen property from the Kinderhook Road home in the vehicle. All four were issued appearance tickets.

      Later in the afternoon on May 14, deputies were called to a restaurant near the Madison County Office Complex in Wampsville for a reported suspicious person. Deputies found Romyka Robello, who was arrested only a few hours before, in the Madison County Department of Social Services parking lot looking through the windows of parked vehicles and trying to open the locked door of one of the vehicles.

      Deputies say Robello became belligerent and was arrested for disorderly conduct. When she was being processed, deputies say Robello slipped her hands from her handcuffs. She was additionally charged with escape.

      Robello is being held in the Madison County Jail in lieu of $2,500 cash bail or $5,000 bond.