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Police say toddler, 3, was home alone PDF Print E-mail
Written by DIANE VALDEN   
Saturday, 26 July 2014 10:48

VALATIE—Dale R. Parent, Jr., 36, of Valatie was charged with endangering the welfare of a child, a class A misdemeanor, by State Police investigators from Livingston, July 21 at 12:30 a.m.

Troopers were dispatched to a Valatie home to check on the welfare of a three-year-old child who was believed to be home alone.

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Permanent drug boxes installed PDF Print E-mail
Written by STAFF   
Saturday, 26 July 2014 10:42

HUDSON—Those looking to get rid of their unused, unwanted or expired medications can now visit one of the new permanent drop box locations at the Hudson Police Station, 423 Warren Street, or at the Columbia County Public Safety Building, 85 Industrial Tract, Greenport. Both Med-Return Boxes were purchased with funds provided by Catholic Charities Prevention Program.

Abuse of prescription drugs is a major problem. These disposal boxes will help keep excess prescription and over-the-counter medications out of the hands of youth and substance abusers. The disposal boxes will also help to reduce environmental contamination by keeping unused or unwanted medications out of landfills and water systems. The Med-Return Boxes will be accessible to the public 24-hours a day and there is no paperwork required.

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Bank employee charged with stealing from customer PDF Print E-mail
Written by DIANE VALDEN   
Sunday, 20 July 2014 12:45

CHATHAM—Francesca A. Almstead, 39, of Philmont was charged with third degree grand larceny, a class D felony, by State Police investigators from the Livingston barracks, July 14 at 10:04 a.m.

Troopers were called to the First Niagara Bank in the village to investigate a reported larceny from a customer’s bank account, July 1.

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At scene of crime, investigators arrest two in Stuyvesant PDF Print E-mail
Written by DIANE VALDEN   
Saturday, 12 July 2014 08:58

STUYVESANT—Two men were charged with burglarizing a home under renovation thanks to two alert Sheriff’s Office investigators, July 1, according to a press release from Sheriff David P. Bartlett.

Investigators Patrick Logue and Mark Dunspaugh were checking the area of Ferry Road because burglaries that have occurred there recently. They came across two subjects walking along the road and stopped to inquire what they were doing. After interviewing the subjects briefly and attempting to verify what appeared to be inconsistencies in their stories, further investigation revealed that a nearby home was burglarized.

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Town teen charged with burglary of Ghent Church PDF Print E-mail
Written by DIANE VALDEN   
Saturday, 05 July 2014 10:54

GHENT—A Ghent teenager is in the Columbia County Jail accused of burglarizing a local church.

State Trooper Andrew Behrens was patrolling in the hamlet, when he stopped a 2007 Toyota sedan operated by Daniel J. Graziano, 17, of Ghent for numerous vehicle and traffic violations, June 23.

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