The Honesdale Borough Police are investigating a burglary that occurred at a residence at 1310 Hillside Avenue sometime between Sunday September 21 and Saturday September 27.


 The Honesdale Borough Police are investigating a burglary that occurred at a residence at 1310 Hillside Avenue sometime between Sunday September 21 and Saturday September 27. According to police, an unknown actor entered a residence through a back window. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Honesdale Borough Police at 253-1900; all calls will be kept confidential.
    Pistol stolen
The Honesdale Borough Police arrested Thomas Cyganick, 52 from Honesdale, for a theft of a pistol. According to police, Cyganick allegedly took a 22 caliber pistol from a residence he was employed to clean. Cyganick was arrested by police on  Saturday the September 27th on the warrant and is incarcerated in the Wayne County Prison on $10,000 bail.
PFA violation
On  Saturday September 27 Honesdale Police arrested 35 year old Christopher Sporer, of Honesdale, for violating a Protection from Abuse Order. Sporer was alleged to have made threatening comments to his wife, and chased her for about one block. Sporer was placed in the Wayne County Prison in lieu of $1000.00 bail.
Jumping in front of cars
A 20 year old man was arrested for his alleged behavior in the middle of the street in Hawley Borough, causing a hazard to motorists while his friends videotaped the whole thing.
According to Trooper Kimes, William R. Hambley, 20, of Hawley, was acting in this manner at 1:08 p.m., Saturday, September 20. He allegedly was running onto Route 6 at Columbus avenue- near the Post Office- and jumping in front of passing cars. He walked down the center dividing line, creating a traffic hazard.
Hambley was subsequently cited for Disorderly Conduct and for crossing the street other than at a cross walk.
Seasonal homes targeted
State Police also reported that three male juveniles have been apprehended, and charged through Juvenile Court, for vandalism at the Reflection Lakes development in Manchester Township. Trooper Chad Cunningham said that the youths caused $3,000 in damages last July 31, as they rode around on a golf cart and broke windows with rocks. Twenty home owners were affected.