Beacon Police Blotter

Select incidents in September

Officers responded to 661 calls, including 17 domestic disputes and 25 auto crashes.

Tuesday, Sept. 1

A caller on Harbor View Court reported someone had used his personal information to apply for unemployment benefits.

A caller on School Street asked to have an unwanted individual removed from her property. Individual escorted off premises.

Wednesday, Sept. 2

A caller on Liberty Street said that the front window of her house was broken by someone with a BB gun.

Declan A. Preston, 20, of Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, was processed on a bench warrant.

Thursday, Sept. 3

A caller on Main Street reported items stolen from her store but wants no charges pursued.

A caller on Fishkill Avenue reported someone threatening her staff.

Saturday, Sept. 5

A caller on Van Nydeck Avenue reported the tires of her car had been slashed.

Sunday, Sept. 6

After a call to North Elm Street, Karl G. Hoebener Jr., 55, of Montoursville, Pennsylvania, was charged with obstructing governmental administration.

A caller on North Elm Street reported someone attempting to gain entry into a home.

Officers responded to reports of a fight between groups on Main Street.

Monday, Sept. 7

After an auto crash on Main Street, Yaminah S. Ramsay, 24, of Peekskill, was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle and having a suspended registration.

Tuesday, Sept. 8

A caller reported individuals trying to gain access to accounts and emails.

Officers responded to Rombout Avenue for a burglary.

Thursday, Sept. 10

Roger E. Grissett, 56, of Beacon was processed on a warrant.

Friday, Sept. 11

A caller reported her brother missing. Person was located.

Saturday, Sept. 12

Officers responded to a report on North Avenue of a hit-and-run crash.

Sunday, Sept. 13

Officers responded to a report on Teller Avenue of a hit-and-run crash.

Wednesday, Sept. 16

A caller on Main Street reported someone using his identity to open an account.

A caller on North Avenue reported being followed by two individuals.

A caller on Main Street reported an individual purchasing items with counterfeit money.

A caller on Wolcott Avenue reported items removed from his home by an individual known to him.

Thursday, Sept. 17

A caller on North Avenue reported items stolen from his room.

Sunday, Sept. 20

A caller on Long Dock Road reported a missing hiker. Person located.

Monday, Sept. 21

A caller on East Main Street reported her dog had been bitten by another dog.

A caller on North Chestnut Street reported personal information used to open accounts.

A caller on James Street reported damage to his car from an unknown incident.

Wednesday, Sept. 23

A caller on Liam Drive reported an issue of harassment with an individual that resides in the same complex.

Officers responded to Main Street for a report of a hit-and-run crash. Alleged offender was located.

Thursday, Sept. 24

After a call to Cliff Street, Kyle D. Resto, 26, of Beacon, was charged with criminal mischief.

Friday, Sept. 25

After a report on Mill Street of an assault, Davonte S. Gibson, 28, of Beacon, was charged with assault, obstructing government administration and criminal possession of a weapon.

Saturday, Sept. 26

After a report of an erratic driver on Main Street, Timothy Duncan, 27, of Fishkill, was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, driving while intoxicated, operation of a motor vehicle impaired by drugs and aggravated unlicensed operation.

Tuesday, Sept. 29

Officers responded to an address on Fishkill Avenue for a report of an unattended death.

Following a traffic stop on Fishkill Avenue, Stephanie Cabello Rivera, 27, of Beacon, was charged with possession of a forged instrument.

Wednesday, Sept. 30

A caller on Main Street reported his lost debit card had been used.

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