Beacon Police Blotter

Selected incidents from Jan. 22 to Feb. 4

Officers answered 512 calls, including 14 auto crashes and 15 domestic disputes.

Tuesday, Jan. 22

Caller on Main Street reported her vehicle tires were punctured with a knife.

Stacy M. Gordineer, 50, of Beacon was charged with assault and criminal mischief.

Wednesday, Jan. 23

Emilio Ramos, 37, of Beacon, was charged with attempted criminal mischief.

Brendan S. Johnston, 35, of Beacon, was processed on a bench warrant.

Thursday, Jan. 24

Caller on Fishkill Avenue reported bag missing from her car after vehicle was towed from an accident.

Friday, Jan. 25

After a traffic stop on I-84, Daniel J. Searles, 30, of Beacon, was charged with aggravated family offense, criminal contempt and aggravated unlicensed operation.

Saturday, Jan. 26

Caller on Main Street reported having been restrained by an unknown individual during an altercation.

Sunday, Jan. 27

After a report of a fight on Van Nydeck, Quaseem M. Weems, 28, of Middletown, was charged with attempted assault.

Bryan D. Lent, 33, of Poughkeepsie was processed on a bench warrant out of the City of Poughkeepsie.

Monday, Jan. 28

Hugh F. Huggins, 21, of Fishkill, was charged with issuing a bad check.

Tuesday, Jan. 29

Caller reported car had backed into building on Main Street.

Wednesday, Jan. 30

Christopher F. Farber, 46, of Beacon, was processed on a bench warrant.

Friday, Feb. 1

Paul J. Mahon, 54, of Wurtsboro, was processed on a warrant.

Caller on Main Street reported hitting a parked car.

Saturday, Feb. 2

After a report of a suspicious person on Van Buren Street, Wyatt J. Finn, 22, of Walton, was charged with license required to peddle.

Sunday, Feb. 3

After a complaint from Matteawan Road, Michelle A. Iorio, 41, of Beacon, was charged with dog running at large, dog chase/bite unlawfully and dog license required and vaccination required.

Monday, Feb. 4

After a traffic stop on Wolcott Avenue, Kayla M. Colon, 22, of New Hamburg, was charged with possession of marijuana and speeding.

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