During June and July of 2010, Cliff Park Inn, the maintenance facility for its golf course, and the golf course superintendent’s residence were all broken into and tools and jewelry were stolen. The total estimated value of the stolen items was placed at nearly $60,000. The thefts were investigated by a ranger and a Northeast ISB special agent. On January 19th, they arrested Matthew Trentacosta for the thefts. Trentacosta was remanded until disposition of the case. On May 25th, he pled guilty to two felony theft counts under 18 USC § 661 and was sentenced to four months incarceration, restitution in the amount of $30,000, and two years supervised release. The restitution amount was agreed upon because of an inability to obtain current appraisal values for the jewelry. Cliff Park Inn is operated under a historic lease with the park.