Cold Spring Police Nab Alleged Bicycle Thief

Sleuthing by the Cold Spring Police Department retrieved an expensive bicycle several weeks after it was stolen and gave the alleged thief an appointment with the local justice court, according to information from Commanding Officer George Kane.        In a written report to the Cold Spring Village Board Aug. 10, Kane noted that, among other activity “one recent arrest of a local resident was made after a high-end mountain bike was stolen from a local parking lot. The police department investigated a tip found on the popular social networking site Facebook and were able to recover the property and make an arrest.”
       Kane later told Philipstown.info that on June 7, the bicycle, valued at $900, had been “left on the side of the Wachovia Bank” at the Foodtown shopping plaza on Chestnut Street, “by the victim as he was conducting banking inside. ” On July 30, Police Officer Gary Marino obtained information “that the bike was at a local residence.

Visitation and Wake for Donald Lusk

Visitation for Donald Lusk will be held at the Clinton Funeral Home, 21 Parrott Street in Cold Spring, on Wednesday August 18, from 5:00 pm to 8:00 p.m. The service will take place at the funeral home at 10:00 am Thursday, August 19.