Man Charged with Threatening Barbershop Patrons

Stuyvesant

Allegedly entered Beacon business armed with handgun

Stuyvesant

A man armed with a handgun allegedly threatened the employees and patrons of a Main Street barbershop in Beacon on Friday, Oct. 27. Police did not identify the business.

The man fled after the incident, chased by employees. An off-duty corrections officer who came upon the scene held Kyle-Ray Stuyvesant, 28, who has no known address, at gunpoint until police arrived, according to the department. Officers searching the area found a loaded 9mm handgun.

Stuyvesant was charged with criminal possession and use of a weapon, both felonies, along with second-degree menacing, a misdemeanor. He was sent to Dutchess County Jail on $50,000 bail or $100,000 bond.


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