Beacon Police Blotter

Select incidents from October

Officers responded to 694 calls, including 28 auto crashes and 15 domestic disputes.

Thursday, Oct. 1

A caller on Main Street reported having his power drill stolen.

Saturday, Oct. 3

A Rector Street caller reported an abandoned bike, which was later retrieved.

Tuesday, Oct. 6

A Colonial Road caller reported receiving unwanted emails and social media messages.

Wednesday, Oct. 7

Herbert Holiday, 40, of Beacon, was arrested and charged with forcible touching and third-degree menacing.

Barbara Hankerson, 48, of Beacon, was charged with second-degree menacing.

Thursday, Oct. 8

A caller reported the theft of his wallet from his car parked on Beacon Street.

Friday, Oct. 9

Officers responded to a call for an unattended death on Hastings Drive.

Saturday, Oct. 10

After a welfare check, Robert A. Novick, 45, of Milton, was charged with driving while intoxicated and drinking alcohol inside a motor vehicle.

After an incident on Main Street, Lisa Grace, 24, and Catherine Grace, 28, both of Wappingers Falls, were each charged with third-degree assault.

Monday, Oct. 12

Shanice Sgorbissa, 27, of Beacon, was charged with second-degree robbery, third-degree assault and two counts of fourth-degree grand larceny and petit larceny after an incident on Main Street.

Thursday, Oct. 15

An Ellen Drive caller reported being scammed by an individual pretending to sell dogs.

Tuesday, Oct. 20

An East Main Street caller reported valuable items missing from his home.

Thursday, Oct. 22

Marquis N. Thompson, 24, of Beacon, was processed on a bench warrant.

Officers responded to a call on Belleford Lane regarding a sick coyote.

Friday, Oct. 23

A Main Street business owner reported someone etching obscenities into the glass at the front of his establishment.

Saturday, Oct. 24

Officers responded to a motorcycle accident on Route 9D.

Sunday, Oct. 25

A Main Street caller reported an unwanted individual trespassing on his property. Officers located the individual and advised him or her not to return.

Officers were dispatched for an unattended death.

A caller on Fishkill Avenue reported damage to the glass window inside his business.

Tuesday, Oct. 27

Officers responded to a call for an unattended death.

A Wodell Street caller reported unauthorized online purchases on her debit card.

Wednesday, Oct. 28

Thomas E. Odea, 60, of Beacon was charged with second-degree assault and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon after a disturbance at Tompkins Terrace.

Friday, Oct. 30

Officers responded to South Davies Terrace to assist the Fire Department with forced entry to help a person in need.

A caller reported damage to his vehicle as the result of a hit-and-run on Main Street.

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