Saturday, March 9, 2019



Three Livingston Manor residents charged with burglary

Amanda Mead

Robert Mead

Erin Smith

LIBERTY – Three Livingston Manor residents have been arrested by State Police at Liberty and charged with felony burglary.

Amanda Mead, 40, Robert Mead, 38, and Erin Smith, 38, all listed as homeless, were charged on March 3. Amanda Read was found in possession of a needle containing heroin and was also charged with misdemeanor drug possession.

The arrests were made as the result of a two-day investigation by State Police. A local resident had reported a burglary of their unoccupied residence in the Town of Rockland. All three are suspected in breaking into the home, spending the night inside and stealing several items from inside.

Several witnesses were located and interviewed by troopers assigned to the Roscoe Satellite Station. Liberty Bureau of Criminal Investigation and uniform patrols were able to locate and take the three into custody.

Bail was set at $25,000 for Amanda Mead and Smith. Robert Mead is held without bail.


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