Two Sullivan men receive prison sentences for committing home burglary

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MONTICELLO – Two Sullivan County men were sentenced in county court on Wednesday to 11 years each in state prison for the November 2014 burglary of a home on Rose Road in the Town of Fallsburg.
Robert Frunzi, 21, of Parksville and Timothy Schrader, 22, of Woodbourne and pled guilty to felony burglary for breaking into the home and stealing property including electronics and firearms.
Both men were also ordered to serve five years of post-release supervision after their release from prison and ordered to pay a total of $4,781 in restitution.   
Their co-defendants, Emily Hubbert, 21, and Lexa Barnes, 21, were arrested by Fallsburg Police following an investigation into several burglaries in the towns of Fallsburg and Neversink. A number of burglaries involved campers at the Neversink River Campgrounds. The State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation also participated in the investigation.
Both Hubbert and Barnes also pled guilty to burglary charges and are scheduled to be sentenced later this year.
“We have a right to be safe in our own homes and burglars destroy that safety and security,” said District Attorney James Farrell. “Burglary is a serious crime and my office will continue to treat it as such, and the sentences handed down on these two burglars show my office’s continue commitment to holding burglars accountable with state prison sentences.”