Sussex County Prosecutor's Office

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July 23
Dean Goebel, 23, of Ogdensburg was charged with first-degree distribution of 5 ounces or more of cocaine, first-degree possession with the intent to distribute 5 ounes or more of cocaine and second-degree distribution of one-half ounce or more of cocaine.

Authorities said he was arrested after a three-month investigation by the Sussex County Gangs, Gun and Narcotics Task Force, accompanied by state troopoers and an officer of Sussex County Sheriff's Office K-9 Unit. Authorities said Gobel, who was arrested in Wantage after a motor-vehicle stop.

Police said they executed a warrant on his car and apartment and found more than 20 ounces of cocaine, or just over half a kilo. The street value of cocaine was between $20,000 and $30,000.

He is incarcerated at the Keogh-Dwyer Correctional Facility in lieu of $350,000 bail with no 10 percent option.

July 28
Shauna Orlando, 23, of Wantage pleaded guilty to the third-degree crime of distribution of a controlled dangerous sbustance. Sentencin is scheduled for Sept. 26.

She admitted to distributing heroin in Newton on Feb. 26, to an individual cooperating with the Sussex County Gangs, Guns and Narcotics Task Force.

Matthew A. Delgado, 22, of Newton pleaded guilty to the third-degree crime of distribution of a controlled dangerous substance. Sentencing is scheduled for Sept. 25.

He admitted to distributing six bags of heroin in Newton on March 7 to an individual cooperating with the Sussex County Gangs, Guns and Narcotics Task Force.

John Sickel, 33, of Andover pleaded guilty to burglary and theft, both crimes of the third degree. Sentencing is scheduled for Sept. 26.

Sickel admitted that on June 14 in the Township of Byram, he entered a residence and stole prescription medications.

Devyn Ryan, 18, of Vernon pleaded guilty to eight counts of third-degree burglary. Sentencing is scheduled for Sept. 26.

He admitted that on May 24 in Vernon, he broke into seven cars and one trailer in and around the parking lot at Crystal Springs for the purpose of taking property from inside the vehicles.

Aug. 1
Mark A. Cerveny, 26, of Ogdensburg was sentenced to two years of probation. He was ordered to submit to a TASC evaluation and follow all recommendations made and pay restitution in the amount of $951.95.

He must pay total fines and penalties of $155 and submit a DNA sample at his expense.

He pleaded guilty on June 2 to theft, a crime of the third degree.

In pleading guilty, Cerveny admitted to taking more than $500 of property from another individual in Vernon on Oct. 18, 2011, and pawning it. The matter was investigated by Vernon Police Officer William Gebhard.

Frank Cupo, 27, of Clifton was sentenced to two years of probation, must be restitution to victim in the amount of $11,300, attend NA/AA and pay fines and penalties.

Cupo admitted that on April 10, 2013, in the township of Sparta he entered a garage and stole power tools and a generator.

Aug. 4
Howard A. Dieterle, 53, of Newton pleaded guilty to the third-degree crime of possession of a controlled dangerous substance. Sentencing is scheduled for Sept. 19.

He admitted to possessing six bags of heroin in his wallet during the course of a brief investigation by Newton Police Officer Thomas Tosti on May 12.

Douglas J. Gray, 37, of Sparta pleaded guilty to the third-degree crime of burglary. Sentencing is scheduled for Sept. 19.

He indicated that he entered a neighbor’s apartment with the intent to take something from it. The matter occurred on Jan. 20, 2013, in Sparta and was investigated by Sparta Detective Terrence Mulligan.

Alissa Nowak, 19, of Middletown, N.Y., pleaded guilty to the third-degree crime of possession of a controlled dangerous substance. Sentencing is scheduled for Oct. 3.

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She admitted to possessing 26 Xanax tablets without a prescription during the course of a motor vehicle stop by Officer L. Mendelsohn of the Byram Township Police Department on June 2.

Robert Lutz, 30, of Newton, was sentenced to a year of probation.

He pleaded guilty on June 16 to failure to register under Megan’s Law, a third-degree crime, and failure to notify police of change of address, a fourth-degree crime.

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