Select incidents from July 6 to 19

Officer responded to 493 calls, including 17 auto crashes and 19 domestic disputes.

Friday, July 6

Caller on Main Street reported tires slashed on his sister’s bike.

Melissa A. Lowe, 45, of Poughkeepsie, was charged with forcible touching.

Caller reports a panic alarm because of an altercation between a clerk and customer who reached behind the counter and left scene.

Saturday, July 7

Caller on Tompkins Terrace reported child taken by parent without her knowledge.

Monday, July 9

Caller on Main Street reported male stabbed in an alley. Victim interviewed and transported to hospital for treatment. Investigation continuing.

Caller on St. Luke’s Place reported agitated, irate female on his porch banging on the door. Female gone upon arrival, report taken.

Wednesday, July 11

Police responded to a call on Fishkill Avenue of male yelling and running in and out of the street. Individual taken into custody.

Caller reported male subject took her vehicle without authorization and will not return it.

Thursday, July 12

Paige L S Ciancanelli, of Newburgh, was picked up on a warrant.

Alexis L. Bovino-Smith, 21, of Beacon, turned herself in on a warrant.

Friday, July 13

Andrew Francis Carbia, 30, of Walden was picked up on a warrant.

Saturday, July 14

After a traffic stop on Verplanck Avenue, Joron J. Hines of Beacon was charged with unlicensed operation, possession of marijuana and warrants. Jaciara S. Hakim, 27, of Beacon was charged with facilitating unlicensed operation.

Caller on Main Street reported being harassed and knocked off his bike. Male suspect gone upon police arrival. Report taken and area canvassed for suspect.

Sunday, July 15

Caller on East Main Street reported graffiti on the door of his business.

Caller on North Cedar Street reported coming home and finding her home disheveled and items missing.

Monday, July 16

Caller on Main Street reported graffiti on the door of her business.

Tuesday, July 17

Tommy Genis, 20, of Newburgh was picked up on a warrant.

Naije M. Perrette, 19, of Beacon was picked up on a warrant.

Caller on South Davies Terrace reported hit-and-run damage to car.

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