Arrest Reports 3/29/18


Kevin Gallupa –Lema; 17 of Spring Valley was arrested and charged with rape and sexual abuse. On March 14 Spring Valley PD received a phone call from Child Protective Services about an eleven year-old female who was suddenly absent from school regularly. The investigation quickly progress when information was obtained that the girl may be a victim of sexual abuse. Gallupa-Lema is currently being held at $50,000 bail.

Jefferson Denizad of Spring Valley was arrested when an officer conducted a routine traffic stop. Upon interview, it was learned that Denizard was operation with a suspended license and the car contained a strong odor of marijuana. Because of that, the vehicle was impounded and searched. Police found three blue plastic bags containing pharmaceutical pills, which added intent to sell to his charges. Police also found the source of the marijuana stench and added and extra possession charge to his sentence.

German Santiago, age 64, residing in Stony Point, NY, was arrested for assault in the third degree on March 18. On this day, Stony Point Police officers responded to Knights Corner for a report of a fight. Upon arrival, officers spoke to the victim who had injuries to his head and mouth as a result of the altercation, in which the victim alleged that the Defendant struck him several times in the head. Following an investigation, the defendant was placed under arrest. The defendant was booked, processed and released with a return date to the Stony Point Justice Court on August 10, 2018 at 9 a.m.

Wilton Rodriguez, age 20, residing in Stony Point, NY, was transported to Stony Point Police Department by the Haverstraw Police on March 21 for an outstanding bench warrant for petit larceny and criminal possession of stolen property in the fifth degree. The defendant was booked and processed by Stony Point Police. He was arraigned in the Stony Point Justice Court and bail was requested in the amount of $350, with a return date of August 10, 2018 at 9 a.m. The defendant was transported to Rockland County Jail.

Lloyd Jack of Spring Valley was been the focus of a joint investigation between The Rockland County Drug Task Force and the Spring Valley Police Department for years. Police say he’s been selling crack/cocaine from his apartment in Spring Valley. His search warrant was executed March 22 and he was arrested at approximately 6 AM. Jack was found in possession of 91.6 grams of crack/cocaine, marijuana, and drug paraphernalia, along with $1,323 cash according to the Spring Valley PD. Jack is being held at Spring Valley Justice Court awaiting arraignment.


Officers responded to the area of 162 E Route 59 the Dutch Auto for a reported assault with a hammer. Upon arrival, officers located a victim, and the suspect who was identified as Juan Carlos Paredes-Gonzalez of Spring Valley, NY. The victim had suffered a large laceration to the top of his from being struck by a hammer and was transported to the hospital for evaluation. Juan Carlos Paredes-Gonzalez was processed on Assault in the second degree with intent to cause physical injury, a class D Felony.

Chhleng IV; 27 of Nyack was arrest by Orangetown PD on March 21, 2018 for Burglary, Petit Larceny, and Criminal Possession of Stolen Property. Mr. IV allegedly entered a business (March 14th) on Main Street in Nyack and stole numerous items, cash, and a checkbook. Orangetown and Clarkstown PD detectives concluded a joint investigation when Mr. IV attempted to use the business checks on the 16th of March in both Nyack and Clarkstown.

Amanda Martini, 23 of Orangeburg was arrested Friday evening, March 23 by Orangetown PD for grand larceny. Orangetown PD officers received a description and license plate of a vehicle after a call of a stolen vehicle in Palisades was placed. The vehicle was located driving on Horne Tooke road in Palisades where officers conducted a felony car stop and arresting the driver. Martini was processed at Orangetown Police Headquarters and arraigned at Rockland County Jail.

Jenifer M. Dunn; 41 of Spring Valley was arrested on Saturday, March 24, 2018 for Criminal Contempt and Harassment. Orangetown PD arrived at Nyack Hospital responding to reports of a dispute involving two individuals. Dunn allegedly subjected the victim tow “unwanted physical contact causing Pain and Discomfort” and was threatening more drastic injuries. Ms. Dunn also had Orders of Protection that the victim had filed against her. It was clear to the officers that Dunn had to be arrested before the altercation escalated further. She was then transported to Orangetwon Police Headquarters where she was processed and charged. She was arraigned and is currently being held at Rockland County Jail in lie of bail.

Juan Carlos Paredes-Gonzalez of Spring Valley was arrested earlier today (March 28) for assault in the second degree. Officers arrived at 162 E Route 59, the Dutch Auto, responding to a call of assault with a hammer. After the man with the hammer was identified as Paredes-Gonzalez, police quickly difused the situation and arrested him. It was clear that the victim had suffered large lacerations and bruises on his head where Paredes-Gonzalez had struck him so he was transported to the hospital for further evaluation.


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