Woman sentenced for Sullivan County burglary spree



MONTICELLO – One of four people who were arrested on charges that they committed a number of burglaries in Sullivan County was sentenced in county court on Thursday to nine years in state prison.
Lexa Barnes, 21, of Woodbourne, was also ordered to serve five years of post-release supervision and must pay $4,781 in restitution.
She pled guilty to felony burglary for burglarizing a home on Rose Road in the Town of Fallsburg in November 2014 during which property including electronics and firearms were stolen.
Barnes, along with Timothy Schrader, 22, Robert Frunzi, 21, and Emily Hubbert, 21, were arrested following an investigation by Town of Fallsburg and State Police into a number of burglaries in the towns of Fallsburg and Neversink.  Some of those burglaries were committed at the Neversink River Campgrounds.
Schrader and Frunzi were previously sentenced to 11 years in state prison. Hubbert, who also pled guilty, will be sentenced in September.