A Thornwood man is being charged with multiple felonies following a four-month investigation looking into heroin sales occurring from his house by Westchester County and Mount Pleasant police.
William Stivaletti, 37, was arrested at his home Friday, Dec. 13 at approximately 11:15 a.m. by officers from the county police narcotics unit and the Mount Pleasant Police Department with four counts each of criminal sale of a controlled substance in the third degree, and criminal possession of a controlled substance in the third degree, all felonies, police said.
Stivaletti is being accused of making sales of heroin to undercover officers from his home on four separate occasions, Public Safety Commissioner George N. Longworth said. The defendant was booked at county police headquarters in Hawthorne and was awaiting arraignment Friday afternoon in Mount Pleasant Town Court, police said.
Stivaletti’s arrest is the second in recent months to result from joint Westchester County-Mount Pleasant police narcotics investigations. In October, Mount Pleasant police arrested a Chappaqua man who was selling heroin in Mount Pleasant.