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Man arrested on way to mail marijuana

Morales MONTICELLO - A Wurtsboro man has been arrested after he was stopped for a traffic violation and told an Ulster County Sheriff's deputy that he was on the way to the post office to mail a package of marijuana. Hector Morales, Jr., 42, who was stopped in the Village of Ellenville, was taken

MID-HUDSON NEWS NETWORK - 2018-03-17 12:50:56

Flames Damage Former Bakery in Honesdale

HONESDALE, Pa. - Flames gutted a former bakery in Wayne County on the same day the family was celebrating the owner's 95th birthday. Crews battled flames at Day's Bakery on North Main Street in Honesdale around 5:30 p.m. Sunday. The fire chief said the flames sparked in the bakery on the first floor

WNEP-TV 16 - 2018-03-19 00:35:02

Authorities say marijuana mail run leads to charges

A run to the post office to ship a package of marijuana led to a felony charge for a Maryland man staying at a hotel in Sullivan County, authorities said. Hector Morales Jr., 42, was driving in the Village of Ellenville when an Ulster County deputy sheriff initiated a traffic stop for a violation, a

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2018-03-18 00:22:00

Loch Sheldrake man charged with driving while impaired by drugs

THOMPSON - State police charged a Loch Sheldrake man with driving while he was impaired by drugs on Wednesday. State police said troopers stopped Christopher Pisanello, age not available, of Loch Sheldrake, for an expired inspection on Route 42 in the Town of Thompson at 11 a.m. Wednesday. Further i


Sidney's first St. Patrick's Day parade is a hit

Allison CollinsSidney resident Brianna Harper, 9, waves an Irish flag during the during the village's inaugural 'Irish for a Day' celebration Saturday. Allison CollinsOrganizers said hundreds lined Main Street in Sidney for the village's inaugural St. Patrick's Day parade, presented by the Sidney Ch

DAILY STAR - 2018-03-18 23:18:43

Man threatened to make woman homeless if she reported sexual assaults, police say

A 49-year-old Carbondale man tried to prevent reports of sexual assault against him by threatening to kick the victim out of her house, leaving her homeless, if she spoke with the police. Todd A. Mowery, 221 Upper Powderly Road, was charged and arrested today by city police with aggravated indecen


Prince Harry Has No 'Love Child'; Rumors Not Affecting Meghan Markle Wedding

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's upcoming royal wedding is plagued with controversies. According to Globe, a woman has claimed that the royal prince is the father of her 3-year-old son, the result of an alleged one night stand. The publication added that the "royal scandal" erupted after the Kensing


Port Jervis Police remember one of their own

Officer MacKechnie PORT JERVIS - It was 69 years ago when Port Jervis Police Department Patrolman John MacKechnie lost his life in the line of duty on March 18, 1949. Officer MacKechnie was known as Mack, served as a police officer for eight years, and left behind a wife, Kathleen, and two childr

MID-HUDSON NEWS NETWORK - 2018-03-18 07:00:00

Blooming Grove man charged with murder in fatal shooting of his brother

GOSHEN - A grand jury has indicted a Town of Blooming Grove man on murder charges in the shooting death of his brother. Prosecutors say George Bawn, 38, shot and killed James Bawn, 35, the afternoon of Feb. 6 at a house on Pioneer Trail in the Mountain Lodge Park. At the time, police said the shooti


Dutchess County Jail: 24 people released to ICE

Dutchess County officials said 24 people have been released to federal authorities from the Dutchess County Jail beginning in 2016 through mid-2017. Sgt. Jason Ramsey said it's the jail's policy to notify federal authorities when officials find anyone in their custody who was born outside of the Uni


Man charged with multiple felonies after police chase

MONTICELLO - A Sunday night police chase that wound through the village's side streets, went the wrong direction on Broadway and knocked over traffic signs ended in multiple felony charges for the man involved, Monticello police said. Terrell T. Troy, 37, of Monticello, faces two felony counts of fi


3 injured in city crash

The woman driving this car and a male passenger were injured, as was the male driver of a Jeep Grand Cherokee when the vehicles collided at Park Avenue and Campbell Street about 1 p.m. Thursday. All three were taken to the UPMC Susquehanna Williamsport Regional Medical Center by ambulances.Their id


Unsolved slaying still haunts family

TOWN OF WALLKILL - For 15 years, Megan McDonald's family has lived without answers, and without her. Megan was chipper and upbeat, with a quick smile and an easy laugh. She had a knack for making people comfortable. She purred sometimes when she was happy, as if joy effervesced from her very core. T


Town of Liberty announces summer employment opportunities

LIBERTY - The Town of Liberty Parks and Recreation Department is now accepting applications for summer jobs. The department employs more than 30 seasonal employees to provide a variety of services throughout the summer. Available positions include: water safety instructors, lifeguards, day camp coun


Family Lose Everything To Fire

TEXAS TOWNSHIP, Pa. - A family with four children are homeless after a fire wrecked their home in Wayne County. The family escaped the flames but now have only the clothes on their backs. When flames broke out at 1080 Shady Lane near Honesdale Tuesday, there wasn't much more that Rachael Hester and


Charges Withdrawn Against EMT After Pills Stolen from Ambulance

HONESDALE, Pa. -- Charges have been withdrawn against an EMT charged in connection the theft of drugs from an ambulance in Wayne County in November. The district attorney's office determined there not enough evidence to convict Kathleen Knecht. Two others, Heather Widzbell and Jason Mizwinski, are s