Dolgeville woman charged with hiring teen to disable neighbor's brakes

By WKTV News

DOLGEVILLE, N.Y. (WKTV) - A Dolgeville woman is facing criminal charges, after police said she had a teenager disable the brakes on her neighbor's motorcycle.

Police said Lisa Cool, 29, of South Main Street, was angry about an argument her boyfriend had with the neighbor. They said on two separate occasions, she offered to pay two teenage boys to disable the brakes on the neighbor's motorcycle.

According to a news release, police said one of the teens agreed to help Cool. The teen allegedly loosened the bolts on the brakes. Cool then used a towel from her boyfriend's porch to clean up the brake fluid.

On June 2, the Dolgeville Police Department received a complaint from the victim that someone had loosened the brake line bolts on his motorcycle. In the complaint, the victim stated he had tried to ride the motorcycle, but he didn't have any brakes.

Cool has been charged with two counts of criminal solicitation in the fourth degree. She was arraigned and released by the court to reappear at a later date.

The teen was charged with reckless endangerment in the first degree and criminal mischief in the fourth degree. He was also arraigned and released to reappear in court at a later day.

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