The Sullivan County Sheriff’s office confirmed on Friday that the Croydon Vol. Fire Department had the Sheriff’s department serve the Ladies Auxiliary of the Croydon Fire Department with an eviction notice. In March, the Auxiliary sued the Fire Department in Sullivan County Superior Court for access to the fire station. Kevin O’Shea attorney for Croydon Fire Department explained that acting Chief Rizza had papers missing from his office and found nails under the tires of one of the fire trucks. Judge Brian Tucker ruled in favor of the Fire Department. Currently the Ladies Auxiliary holds bingo in the Fire Station Hall on Thursdays. They have until September to vacate the premises. See related story here and on this page.