PAWLING, N.Y. -- A Pawling woman was apprehended by New York State Police for being a fugitive from Connecticut after troopers stopped to check on her welfare, according to New York State Trooper Melissa McMorris.
Troopers were checking out a car parked in a dark parking lot along Route 22 in Pawling with its lights on when they found Rosemarie P. Castillo, 58, behind the wheel, McMorris said.
During a check of her background, troopers discovered she was wanted on an arrest warrant by the Bethel Police Department in Connecticut on a larceny charge, police said.
She was arraigned in the Dutchess County Court where she was held at the Dutchess County Jail on $25,000 cash bail or $50,000 bond while awaiting extradition to Connecticut.
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