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Police Blotter: May 28-June 17, 2018

June 21, 2018

Town of Cornwall Police Blotter
May 28-June 17, 2018

05/28/18-06/17/18

Arrests

05/19/18 A 45 yr old male from Newburgh, NY was arrested and charged with suspended registration.
05/23/18 A 20 yr old male from Highland Mills, NY was arrested and charged with reckless driving and tinted windows.
05/31/18 Cameron Matautia Jr was arrested on a warrant.
06/03/18 An 18 yr old male was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance in the 7th degree.
06/03/18 Albert J Rupolo, age 19 of Monroe, NY was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.
06/06/18 A 17 yr old female from Cornwall, NY was arrested and charged with assault in the 3rd degree.
06/10/18 Tyrone B Watts, age 27, of Cornwall, NY was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
06/10/18 Guillermo Antonio Perazahernandez, age 32, of Modena, NY was arrested and charged with public lewdness.
06/16/18 Antonio J Guzman, age 20, of New Windsor, NY was arrested and charged with 2 counts of grand larceny in the 4th degree and harassment in the 2nd degree.

06/13/18 A 31 yr old female from Nyack, NY was arrested and charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the 3rd degree and speeding.
06/15/18 A 34 yr old male from Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY was arrested and charged with suspended registration.
06/15/18 A 39 yr old male from Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY was arrested and charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the 3rd degree.
05/28/18 Police and COVAC respond to kids driving a John Deere Gator in the roadway and an accident with one male falling off of the vehicle.

Incidents
05/30/18 Police assist Town of Highlands Police with a motorcycle accident.
05/31/18 Police respond to Broadway for a report of a low hanging cable wire.
06/06/18 Police take a report of larceny. A vehicle was rummaged through and small items were missing.
06/07/18 Police take a complaint of dogs barking on Roe Ave. The dogs owner advised the Police that there was a loud tractor across the street making the dogs bark.
06/07/18 Police respond to Taylor Rd for a lost hiker in heat distress.
06/07/18 Police and Fire Dept respond to Shore Rd for a transformer fire.
06/08/18 Police advise a resident on 9W of illegal burning.
06/08/18 Police advise youths who were caught banging on doors on Harold Ave and running away.
06/09/18 Police receive a report of juveniles knocking on doors and running away on Harold Ave.
06/09/18 A business on Main St reported that chairs were stolen overnight.
06/11/18 A caller reported that a juvenile threw rocks at his car door causing damage. police were able to notify the school and identify the child.
06/13/18 Police take a report of identity theft. The caller discovered a pending charge for T-Mobil on his debit card.
06/13/18 Police take a report of criminal mischief. Someone threw eggs on a house on Orrs Mills Rd in the middle of the night.
06/13/18 Callers report a strong odor of gas coming from a residence on Algernon St and Police also notify Central Hudson.
06/14/18 Police assist Blooming Grove Police in apprehending a suspect accused of larceny from a vehicle.
06/14/18 Police take reports of larceny, several vehicles were broken into overnight on Willow Ave, Filomena Dr. , Jessica Court , Harold Ave., Natures Way and Angola Rd.
06/15/18 Police, COVAC and Fire Dept respond to a residence for a stove fire and burns to a residents arm.


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