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Montgomery County Sheriff’s deputy arrested

He is charged with second-degree trespassing
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MONTGOMERY COUNTY  — New York State Police confirmed Wednesday that Raymond Waldynski, a sergeant with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, was arrested Nov. 16 on a charge of second-degree trespassing. 

Trooper Kerra Burns, the public information officer for New York State Police Troop G, said the Mayfield barracks received a complaint on Nov. 16 that Waldynski, 42, of Johnstown, trespassed at a residence in the town of Broadalbin on Nov. 2. 

“The victim stated that Raymond Waldynski entered their residence without permission and having no legal right to do so. When asked to leave the residence, Waldynski did,” Burns said.

New York State Police did not answer questions about the circumstances of the alleged incident, including who the alleged victim is, whether Waldynski was in uniform during the alleged incident or whether he was on duty at the time of the alleged crime.

Montgomery County Sheriff Michael Amato, on Tuesday night said he could not comment on the arrest, stating the case is not being investigated by his office. 

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office did not answer further questions, including whether Waldynski has been placed on suspension. 

Burns said Waldynski was arraigned at 2:30 p.m. on Nov. 21 in Broadalbin Town Court. 

 

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