Beacon Police Blotter

Select incidents from Oct. 29 to Nov. 30

Officers handled 865 calls, including 26 auto crashes and 14 domestic disputes.

Tuesday, Oct. 29

A caller on Main Street reported receiving counterfeit money during a transaction.

Thursday, Oct. 31

Columbus McCall, 27, of Beacon, was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, a felony, after being stopped in the Town of Poughkeepsie during a four-day crackdown by multiple police agencies A total of 26 arrests were made, including 25 others for impaired driving.

Saturday, Nov. 2

A caller on South Chestnut Street recovered a red rearview mirror cover that she believed was left during a past hit-and-run.

Monday, Nov. 4

Officers responded to a call for a deer injured by a hit-and-run incident.

A caller to Municipal Plaza reported an unknown individual trying to cash checks under caller’s name.

A caller on Hastings Drive reported missing jewelry.

Wednesday, Nov. 6

A caller reported damage to her vehicle as a result of a hit-and-run.

A caller on Main Street reported graffiti on public property.

Thursday, Nov. 7

Douglas R. Gold, 26, of Monroe, was processed on a bench warrant.

Saturday, Nov. 9

After a report of a disorderly individual on Main Street, Jonathan R. Corbett, 32, of Beacon, was charged with assault and trespass. In addition, William J. Corbett, 33, of Beacon, was charged with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.

Sunday, Nov. 10

Atrayu N. Felix, 23, of Beacon, was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance.

Monday, Nov. 11

After a traffic stop on North Avenue, Rocio S. Trejo, 25, of New Windsor, was charged with possession of marijuana.

A caller on Main Street reported someone had spray-painted his parked vehicle.

Thursday, Nov. 14

John H. Williams, 39, was processed on an arrest warrant.

Friday, Nov. 15

A caller on Eliza Street reported money missing from her place of business.

Saturday, Nov. 16

A caller on Main Street reported being punched in the face.

Sunday, Nov. 17

Members of the Beacon Volunteer Ambulance Corps transported a 57-year-old hiker with a lower leg injury on Mount Beacon to the trailhead on a utility terrain vehicle.

A caller on Main Street reported a building being vandalized.

Tuesday, Nov. 19

Stalter

After an investigation of an alleged incident that occurred on Nov. 11, Joshua R. Stalter, 27, of New Windsor, was arrested on charges of rape. The defendant was remanded to the Dutchess County Jail in lieu of $5,000 cash or $10,000 bond.

A caller on Main Street reported an individual backing into his vehicle and leaving the scene.

Wednesday, Nov. 20

A caller on South Davies Terrace reported a front tire was slashed.

A caller on Tioronda Avenue reported an unknown individual walking around the outside of her home.

Thursday, Nov. 21

Brian J. Lutz, 72, of Beacon, was processed on a bench warrant.

After a report of a suspicious person, Daiquan R. Avery, 33, of Beacon, was charged with two counts of criminal impersonation and also processed on a bench warrant.

Friday, Nov. 22

State Police troopers arrested Juan D. Munera, 33, of Beacon, on charges of driving under the influence. They said he was traveling on Route 52 in Fishkill when he was stopped for a traffic violation.

A caller on Cliff Street reported damage to her vehicle from a hit-and-run.

Saturday, Nov. 23

A caller on Wolcott Avenue reported someone leaving store with a bottle of liquor without paying.

Sheila Walsh, 73, of Beacon, was charged with assault.

Sunday, Nov. 24

A caller reported past incidents of someone following her. Wanted incidents documented.

Monday, Nov. 25

A caller on South Davies Terrace reported being harassed. Individual advised to cease contact.

After a report of harassment on South Avenue, Tyrell P. Jones, 41, of Cold Spring, was charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, possession of marijuana and open consumption of alcohol.

After a report of a violation of an order of protection, Roger E. Grissett, 55, of Beacon, was charged with criminal contempt.

Tuesday, Nov. 26

Caller reported seeing individual on Railroad Avenue breaking into cars.

Wednesday, Nov. 27

A caller on Colonial Road reported damage to her car due to a hit-and-run. Suspect located.

Saturday, Nov. 30

Caller on Main Street reported damage to her car as a result of a hit-and-run.

A caller on Tompkins Avenue reported a package stolen from her porch.


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