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Beacon man arrested, charged with possessing child pornography: State police
Alfred Tchorznicki Jr., 51, was charged with possessing a sexual performance by a child, a felony, according to a state police press release.
Beacon Man Accused Of Having Child Porn
BEACON, NY — A Beacon man was accused of having child porn. State police arrested Alfred Tchorznicki Jr., 51, of Beacon, was arrested and charged Sept. 19 with possessing a sexual performance by a child a felony.
Peekskill man arrested at Westchester hospital in Newburgh rape
Andre Sims, 35, was arrested on Tuesday.(Photo: scanrail, Getty Images/iStockphoto)A Peekskill man suspected of raping a woman at gunpoint in Newburgh has been taken into custody at a Westchester hospital after he eluded police.City of Newburgh police say 35-year-old Andre Sims was arrested on Tuesd
Five Nabbed With Handguns, Heroin In Dutchess Task Force Raid
The Dutchess County Task Force nabbed five people during a raid of a City of Poughkeepsie apartment with handguns, 2,800 bags of heroin and fentanyl, and more than $11,000 in cash.The task force executed two search warrants during the raid on Saturday, Sept. 15, at the Eastman Towers at 22 Montgomer
Newburgh Police Looking for Armed and Dangerous Suspect After Car Chase Get Away - Hudson Valley News Network
NEWBURGH – On Monday, September 17th 2018 at approximately 10:20 p.m. City of Newburgh police received a call about a woman running around naked inside of the Foundry, an apartment/condo complex located at 44 Johnes Street. When police arrived and spoke with her she claimed that she had been sexua
Mold remediation underway at Beacon High School
ServPro, a cleanup and restoration service, "is currently cleaning our theater at the high school Tuesday," Beacon Superintendent of Schools Matt Landahl told the Poughkeepsie Journal. "I will continue to update our community when appropriate as I have been doing the past couple of weeks."
Much-Needed Wins For Haldane and Putnam Valley Football | The Putnam County News & Recorder
COLD SPRING – The Putnam Valley and Haldane high school football teams needed victories over the weekend because, well, no matter what time of year, nobody wants to see a ‘0’ on the left side of the ledger. That was especially so for the Tigers. Putnam Valley started its season 0-2 – very unexpected
Police arrest suspect in rape at hospital following chase
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5 arrested, guns, heroin found during drug raid in City of Poughkeepsie: police
Five people were arrested after a raid of a City of Poughkeepsie apartment turned up handguns, more than 2,800 bags of heroin and fentanyl, and over $11,000 in cash, according to the Dutchess County Drug Task Force.
Poughkeepsie man who teaches in the Bronx named Teacher of the Year
Susso, a Poughkeepsie resident, was named Tuesday as the state's Teacher of the Year by the Board of Regents in a ceremony held in the state Education Building.
Newburgh’s Shot Spotter pinpoints suspect
Officers received information describing the man who fired the gun and officers found him in possession of two semi-automatic handguns. He was identified as Jermaine Monroe, 37, of Walden, who along with his wife, were both legal gun owners with a valid pistol permit in Sullivan County. Monroe’s wif
Tax lien sales are inefficient, unjust and hurt Poughkeepsie community: Column
If you ask City of Poughkeepsie residents what they believe are our greatest challenges, you’ll likely hear about economic woes: stagnant home values, 18.5 percent in tax increases, rising cost of living, and 600 vacant and abandoned properties. What you likely won’t hear about is the relatively unk
Feds renew operating license for Indian Point; plans still call for 2021 shutdown
The Sept. 17 approval ends a contentious 11-year federal review in which the plant’s owner and operator, Entergy Corp., originally sought a 20-year license. Through a settlement with New York State and Riverkeeper – both opponents to the re-licensing – in 2017, Entergy agreed to shut down both react
U.S. Attorney: Peekskill drug dealer sentenced to more than 11 years in prison
A Peekskill drug dealer was sentenced Monday to 135 months, or 11.25 years, in prison for conspiring to distribute crack cocaine between 2013 and 2017, according to the United States Attorney’s Office.
Poughkeepsie teacher resigns after syllabus backlash
"You have to have a notebook for this class!!!" the syllabus read. "If you can afford your phone bill/expensive sneakers then you or parents can afford to buy a notebook."
4 Arrested With Drugs On Thruway: Police
WOODBURY, NY — Four New Yorkers were arrested Sept. 14 when they were stopped on I-87 in the Town of Woodbury for a vehicle and traffic violation. State police said that during the interview of the driver — Shaliann M. Bouck, 18, of Fort Plain, Montgomery County — probably cause to search the vehicl
Man surrenders after barricaded in his house for hours
He was identified as Jermaine Monroe, 37, of Walden, who along with his wife, were both legal gun owners with a valid pistol permit in Sullivan County.
Ambulance crashes into a tree in the City of Poughkeepsie
An ambulance crashed into a tree in the City of Poughkeepsie near Route 44 and Little Jefferson Street early Monday morning.Check back for updates.Ryan Santistevan: firstname.lastname@example.org; 845-437-4809; Twitter: @SantistevanRyanMore coverage:Working poor: 36% of Dutchess households don't
Rondout Savings Bank’s 150 Ways of Giving benefits Semper Fi Parents of the Hudson Valley - Hudson Valley News Network
From left to right: Bettina Musemeci, Uptown Branch Manager, Joanne Petersen, president of the organization, Rania Fakhoury, Hyde Park Branch Manager, and Megan Donahue, Marketing Administrator .KINGSTON – In celebration of a century and a half of philanthropy and service, Rondout Savings Bank has b
Wonderly crash: Ryan Floryan denied parole
On Aug. 1, 2012, Floryan ran a red light at the intersection of the Eastbound Arterial and Worrall Avenue in the City of Poughkeepsie, while attempting to avoid police. He struck a Kia Optima carrying Shawn and Patricia Wonderly, killing the couple. Their children, Abigail and Matthew, were in the b