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New Hartford, New York – Two Arrested in Burglary Ring following two year Investigation

By • May 26th, 2009 • Category: News

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(New Hartford, NY – May 26, 2009) – An investigation lasting nearly two years by the New York State Police Special Investigations Unit in Utica, along with the New Hartford Police Department, culminated in the arrests of two men early Sunday morning after they burglarized a residence in the Town of New Hartford.

DELWRIGHT T. DYMAN, age 68, of 10 Pulaski Street, Apt. 209, New York Mills, New York, and MARC LEVESQUE, age 58, of 45 Heritage Hill Road, Windham, New Hampshire, were both arrested following a stop of DYMAN’s vehicle early Sunday morning, subsequent to their suspected commission of a burglary to the residence located at 206 Stonegate Road in New Hartford. The homeowners, Cathy Newell and Richard Walters, were not at home at the time of the alleged burglary. Both DYMAN and LEVESQUE were taken into custody without incident, and transported to the New Hartford Police Department for processing.

This investigation into the suspected criminal activities of DELWRIGHT DYMAN commenced nearly two years ago, after INVESTIGATOR SCOTT RACHON of the NYSP Special Investigations Unit (SIU) received information from detectives in the Saratoga Springs Police Department, that DYMAN’s vehicle had been observed in the area of an attempted burglary in Saratoga. Since that time, INVESTIGATOR RACHON, along with other members of SIU, has conducted an in-depth investigation of DELWRIGHT DYMAN, including extensive physical surveillance of him. Not long after beginning this investigation, contact with OFFICER CHRISTOPHER BURNS of the New Hartford Police Department revealed that DYMAN was a suspect in investigations being conducted by his agency, and it was agreed that the combining of the resources of both agencies would yield the most effective results. Based upon all of the information and intelligence gathered upon DYMAN thus far, a surveillance detail consisting of members of the New York State Police SIU, members of the New Hartford Police Department, and investigators and troopers from the local NYSP Troop D, was formed. As a result of the active surveillance of DELWRIGHT DYMAN, evidence was gathered which substantiated the arrests of both he and LEVESQUE early Sunday morning.

Following the arrests of DYMAN and LEVESQUE, search warrants were obtained for DYMAN’s vehicle and residence, and were executed Sunday afternoon. As a result, the suspected proceeds of the burglary to the residence at 206 Stonegate Road were recovered, which consisted mostly of jewelry and collectible antiques. Also seized by police were numerous burglars’ tools, consisting of a safe drill, a cutting torch, a cell phone jamming device, a door spreader, police scanners, two-way radios, and assorted lock picking equipment and hand tools.
Both DYMAN and LEVESQUE were processed at the New Hartford Police Department, and charged with one count each of Burglary 2nd, Criminal Mischief 3rd, and Possession of Burglar’s Tools. Additional charges may be forthcoming. Both men were arraigned before Town of New Hartford Justice Vanslyke, and remanded to the Oneida County Jail with no bail amounts being set. They are both due to reappear in the Town of New Hartford Court on May 26, 2009, at 1:00 PM.

This investigation is ongoing, and any questions regarding this case should be directed to LIEUTENANT JOHN D. DURLING, SIU Albany, at (518)786-2441.
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