Ex-cop sentenced in Oxford Town Court

OXFORD – Stephen Dutcher – the one-time Village of Greene Police Chief – was sentenced Monday evening to a one-year conditional discharge and ordered to pay more than $1,200 in fines and surcharges in Town of Oxford Court.



Dutcher, 43, of Greene, was likewise ordered to pay an additional $3,038 in restitution to the Village of Greene and sign a five-year order of protection in favor of his estranged wife, stemming from a count of second-degree criminal contempt – in which prosecutors alleged that Dutcher had violated and active order of protection of the woman earlier in 2014.

Along with that charge, Dutcher pleaded guilty in September of this year to two counts of official misconduct following his April 24 arrest after state police responded to a request from Greene officials regarding missing village property.

Dutcher was scheduled to be sentenced for his crimes on November 17, but sentencing was postponed for one week.


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