Headlines: 2 men from Orange County sentenced for drug dealing, Ulster County drug and weapon bust

Here are some stories making headlines across the Hudson Valley

News 12 Staff

Apr 23, 2024, 10:20 AM

Updated 28 days ago


Steven Bostic, of Middletown, has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for his involvement in drug trafficking activities, among other crimes. Newburgh police reported that Bostic was apprehended while dealing narcotics along City Terrace in June 2023. Two months prior to his arrest, authorities discovered a loaded firearm in his residence while responding to a domestic incident. Bostic pleaded guilty to charges of weapon and drug possession. Upon completion of his prison term, Bostic will also serve five years on probation.
Divine Williams will serve prison time after being convicted for the fifth time on felony drug charges in Orange County. According to court documents, Williams sold heroin to an undercover state police officer in March 2021. He pleaded guilty to the charges and has been sentenced to eight years in prison, with an additional three years of probation for other drug-related offenses.
During a routine traffic stop in Ulster County, police say they discovered methamphetamine and metal knuckles in the possession of Caleb Wagstaff. He faces charges of drug possession and driving without a license. Caroline Dominique, who was also in the vehicle, faces a weapon charge. Both individuals are scheduled to appear in Town of Ulster Court for further proceedings.

More from News 12