Wyckoff August 19, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES I • Page 7 Police file charges in DWI, sniper incidents Wyckoff police have charged two motorists with alcohol-related driving offenses and a juvenile with sniping at a house with an air rifle. On July 24 at 2:05 a.m., a 20-year-old township resident was stopped for erratic driving. Patrolman Brian Zivkovich stopped the vehicle on Wyckoff Avenue near Hartung Drive after observing the car cross the center line. The driver was charged with driving while intoxi- Ringwood man charged with aggravated arson A joint investigation by the Bergen County Arson Squad and the Wyckoff Police Department led to the arrest of a 46-year-old Ringwood man on charges of aggravated arson with bail set at $75,000. Police charge that the man, who owned and worked at Electronic Design Associates at 318 Wyckoff Avenue, set fire to the building on Nov. 30, 2008 at about 1:30 a.m. The Wyckoff Police summoned the Wyckoff Volunteer Fire Department and there were injuries involved in subduing the fire. The owner was charged with aggravated arson, arson, and theft by deception because he tried to collect insurance on damages caused by the fire. He was ordered to surrender his passport. J. KOSTER cated, reckless driving, and failure to keep to the right. He was released after a breath test, and is scheduled to appear in municipal court on Aug. 27. On Aug. 2 at 4:14 a.m., Patrolman William Plisich was operating radar on Route 208 when he located a vehicle traveling at 85 miles per hour and stopped the driver. Following the stop, a 19-year-old motorist was arrested and charged with DWI, driving without headlights, driving while suspended, and speeding. He was released to his mother following a breath test, and will appear in municipal court. Two days later, on Aug. 4 at 10:16 p.m., a resident called to report that something was hitting her front door. Sergeant Joseph Ragucci reported to the scene and discovered there was visible damage to the door. The resident further reported that she had observed a young male run into a Monroe Avenue home. The subsequent investigation led to the arrest of a 14-year-old Wyckoff boy who was shooting at the home with a high powered air rifle containing pellets. He was charged with criminal mischief, and additional charges are under investigation. The complaint was filed with Bergen County Juvenile Court. Patrolman Terrance Murphy assisted in the investigation. Softball champs The Wyckoff U17 Travel Softball Team won the 2009 UGALS U17 American League Championship. Wyckoff beat Paramus 5-2 in the finals to win the championship game, and finished their successful UGALS season with only two losses. Front row: Mary Kate Probert, Izzi Nochta, Meredith Ahlmeyer, Ersilia Imbimbo, Alyssa Nacco and Megan Allen. Back row: Head Coach John Nacco, Coach John Nochta, Carissa Calcagno, Jo D’Amico, Mia DelDuca, Maria D’Amico, Christine Boylan, Tori Sobel, Kate Brennan, Coach Rob Sobel and Coach Nikki DeFranco. Coming October 14th! ����� in business A Pictorial Supplement to The Villadom TIMES Introduce that special woman in your organization to the community. It could be an associate, a department head, a valued employee or even yourself. YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD NEWSPAPER Thursday  Friday  Saturday Call The Villadom TIMES to reserve your space in this well-read annual feature. 201-652-0744. SALE DAYS September 10, 11, 12 Wyckoff Advertising Deadline: Friday, September 4th