NYACK, NY – Jason Jabouin, formerly of West Haverstaw has been arraigned on murder (2nd) charges in connection with the May 22nd shooting death of Ryan Franklin in the Village of Nyack, NY. He is also charged with Robbery 1st and Criminal Possession of a Weapon 2nd.
Jason Jabouin was transported back to Orangetown last night from Hartford County, Maryland, after waiving extradition, to face a Judge in the homicide of Ryan Franklin in the Village of Nyack on May 22,2020. The defendant was arraigned virtually in the Orangetown Justice Court by the Honorable Richard Finning last night at approximately 7:30 pm and remanded to the Rockland County Jail without bail.
The defendant was charged with Murder in the Second Degree, Robbery in the First Degree, and Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the Second Degree. He has a Preliminary Hearing scheduled on Tuesday June 9th at 11:00 am in Rockland County Court.
District Attorney Tom Walsh said, “I commend the hard work and dedication of the men and women of the Orangetown Police Department in apprehending Jason Jabouin for the killing of Ryan Franklin. We remember the victim and our sympathies go out to his family and friends. Rest assured, justice will be served, and we will ensure that the safety and security of Rockland County remains my office’s top priority. Our community can’t allow the senseless killing of a young man to become commonplace. We should not, and will not, stand for that.”
Chief Assistant District Attorney Patrick Frawley and First Assistant District Attorney Dominic Crispino represented the people at arraignment and will prosecute the case against Jason Jabouin.
“The determination and skill of Orangetown Police Department detectives, officers and our law enforcement partners in seeking justice for Mr. Franklin and his family was shown throughout this investigation,” said Orangetown Police Chief Donald Butterworth. “We will continue to work closely with the Rockland County District Attorney in the prosecution of the perpetrator of this violent criminal act. The Orangetown Police Department remains committed to serving all people who live, work or visit our community.”
Video from the Scene of the Crime
“On behalf of the Town Board, I want to thank the Orangetown Police Department and our officers for their hard work and dedication in bringing swift justice for Mr. Franklin and his family, and ensuring the safety of our residents,” said Orangetown Supervisor Teresa Kenny.
Nyack Mayor Don Hammond said, ” We want to thank Chief Butterworth and the Orangetown Police Department for their efforts to keep our village safe. The excellent police work and investigation with other law enforcement entities is a demonstration of their commitment to serving our community.”
Arrest Press Conference
Breaking: Haverstraw Police Make Arrest in Fatal Hit & Run
HAVERSTRAW, NY – The Haverstraw Police Department has announced the arrest of Sugundo Landi-Lucer (pictured), 43-years-old of Queens, New York in connection with the fatal motor vehicle accident that occurred in the early the morning of November 23, 2021 on Route 9W in the Village of Haverstraw.
The victim has been identified by family members as beloved longtime resident 82-Year-Old Juan Alberto Germosen
Reporting below via Ramon Soto of El Sol Newspaper. Our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Juan Alberto Germosen. 🙏
Sugundo Landi-Lucer will be arraigned today on charges of Criminally Negligent Homicide and Leaving the Scene of an Accident resulting in a death.
Press Release from the Town of Haverstraw Police Department
Village of Spring Valley Employees Indicted on Felony Charges
SPRING VALLEY EMPLOYEES INDICTED ON FELONY CHARGES
Indictments Are Part of the Evergreen Fire Investigation
Rockland County District Attorney Tom Walsh announced the indictments of two Village of Spring Valley building department employees. A Rockland County Grand Jury handed the indictments as a result of the continuing investigation into the fatal fire that occurred in March at the Evergreen Adult Home in Spring Valley.
Defendant Raymond Canario, 45, was indicted on 3 counts of Offering a False Instrument for Filing in the First Degree, 3 counts of Offering a False Instrument for Filing in the Second Degree, and 3 counts of Falsifying Business Records in the Second Degree.
Defendant Wayne Ballard, 64, was indicted on 1 count of Offering a False Instrument for Filing in the First Degree, 1 count of Offering a False Instrument for Filing in the Second Degree, and 1 count of Falsifying Business Records in the Second Degree.
Rockland County District Attorney Tom Walsh said,” These indictments are a result of the continuing investigation into the fatal fire that claimed the lives of a volunteer firefighter and a resident of the Evergreen home. My office continues to work hard, following through on our commitment to leave no stone unturned in this tragic incident.”
Arraignment dates have not yet been provided for either Defendant.
The case is being prosecuted by Executive Assistant District Attorney Michael Dugandzic and Supervising
Assistant District Attorney Ryan Sweeney.