Beacon Police Blotter

Select incidents from June 24 to July 11

Officers responded to 735 calls, including 14 auto crashes and 15 domestic disputes.

Tuesday, June 25

A caller on Robert Cahill Drive reported his son was bitten by a dog.

Thursday, June 26

Gillian Chiarmonte, 40, of Wappingers Falls, was processed on a warrant.

After a call to Fishkill Avenue, Patrick T. Larkin, 45, of Goshen, was charged with assault.

Friday, June 27

A caller reported flames coming from a garbage can. Fire extinguished.

Saturday, June 28

After a traffic stop on Dutchess Terrace, Zack J. Goldberg, 35, of Larchmont, was charged with possession of marijuana and disobeying a stop sign.

Sunday, June 29

After a traffic stop on South Avenue, Rachel O. Torres, 36, of Beacon, was processed on warrant and also charged with criminal impersonation and operation of a motor vehicle by an unlicensed driver.

Thursday, July 1

Naije M. Perette, 20, of Beacon, was charged with harassment.

A caller on Russell Avenue reported fraudulent activity to her bank accounts as a result of a check deposit.

Friday, July 2

A caller on Robert Cahill Drive reported “vile graffiti” on public property.

Friday, July 5

A caller on Main Street reported his dog having been attacked by another dog. Wanted incident documented.

A caller on Mason Circle reported items missing from the community garden near where she resides.

Saturday, July 6

Hector R. Colon III was processed on a warrant for criminal mischief.

Monday, July 8

A caller on Forrestal Heights reported that someone scratched his parked car.

Tuesday, July 9

Caller on Fishkill Avenue reported an individual harassing them and wanted the incident documented.

Wednesday, July 10

Joseph R. Zahn, 40, of Beacon, was processed on a probation warrant.

A caller on Eliza Street reported an Amazon delivery was taken from her porch.

After a call from Tompkins Avenue, Richard A. Carter, 56, was charged with trespassing.

Thursday, July 11

A caller on Long Dock Road reported her house and car keys were stolen.

A caller on Main Street reported damage to a door.

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