WOODSTOCK, N.Y. (AP) — State police have charged a 61-year-old New York woman with causing more than $350,000 in damage to artwork, antiques and other personal property at her ex-husband’s home.
Troopers say Ana Rockman, of Elmont, on Long Island, was charged Monday after surrendering herself to state police in Kingston.
Police say in August 2015 they started investigating a burglary and the destruction of items in a home just outside the village of Woodstock. Troopers say someone had forced their way into the house and damaged expensive artwork, antiques, electronics, appliances, musical instruments and other personal items.
Authorities say the home is owned by Rockman’s ex-husband.
She was arraigned in Woodstock and freed after posting $5,000 bail. A message left with her attorney wasn’t returned.
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