Select incidents from Jan. 3 to 21
Officers handles 565 calls, including 14 auto crashes and 10 domestic disputes.
Friday, Jan. 4
Jamal M. Lewis, 21, of Hopewell Junction, was charged with criminal mischief.
Saturday, Jan. 5
A caller on Eliza Street reported being hit while jogging by a vehicle that left the scene.
Sunday, Jan. 6
Caller on Fishkill Avenue reported individual leaving gas station without paying for services rendered. Individual located.
Monday, Jan. 7
After a traffic stop on Wolcott Avenue, Anthony M. DeGiulio, 46, of Beacon, was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance and aggravated unlicensed operation.
Wednesday, Jan. 9
Caller on Main Street reported items missing from an unsecured vehicle.
After a report of a larceny on Wolcott Avenue, Kristopher A. Lipsey, 36, of Beacon, was charged with grand larceny.
Luis E. Rodriguez, 30, of Beacon, was processed for criminal contempt, criminal mischief and aggravated family offense.
Gevork Muradyan, 38, of Sunnyside, was charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence.
Monday, Jan. 14
Caller on Route 9D reported damage to a bus stop.
Caller on West Center Street reported the front license plate on her vehicle stolen.
Tuesday, Jan. 15
Caller on Fishkill Avenue reported license plate missing.
Officers responded to a crash on North Avenue involving three vehicles. One vehicle had left the scene.
Wednesday, Jan. 16
Christian R. Zachary, 33, of Newburgh, was processed on a warrant and possession of marijuana.
Bryan D. Newton, 35, of Poughkeepsie, was processed on a warrant.
Thursday, Jan. 17
James P. Flynn, 26, of Monroe, was processed on a bench warrant.
After a traffic stop on DeWindt Street, Richard C. Hults, 31, of Fishkill, was charged with possession of marijuana and no/expired inspection certificate.
Caller on Tompkins Avenue reported damage to his parked car due to a hit and run.
Saturday, Jan. 19
After a call from Wodenethe Drive, Tara T. Rogers, 53, of Beacon, was charged with unlicensed dog and dog chase/bite unlawfully.
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