BETHLEHEM — Sean Dwyer, 34, of Selkirk, was arrested early this week on one count of petit larceny and one count of falsifying business records after he was allegedly discovered to have allowed acquaintances to dump refuse at the town transfer station at what Bethlehem Police Commander Adam Hornick characterized as “reduced prices.”
According to Hornick, the total amount Dwyer undercharged was in the neighborhood of $500. He was arrested, charged and will return to Bethlehem Town Court. No mug shot was taken at the time.
(The Town of Bethlehem’s Rupert Road Transfer Station provides an alternative for residents and businesses to recycle and dispose of trash instead of contracting with a private hauler. Residents can bring their trash and other materials, such as electronics, furniture and household items, appliances, demolition and building materials, tires, and more to the facility for disposal or recycling.)