A father, his teenage son and a third teen are accused in the shooting death of a Kingston man on an isolated stretch of Sawkill Road over the weekend.
The Saugerties father-son duo who were both charged with felony weapon charges earlier this year after the son made threatening remarks online were in county court recently to plead guilty.
Nearly 10 months after his arrest on Feb. 27, a Saugerties High student who was found in possession of an arsenal after police were tipped off by social media posts which referred to the Columbine killers has admitted his guilt.
A 38-year-old man and two 17-year-old males have been arrested in connection with a shooting that took place Saturday, December 1 in the roadway on Sawkill Rd. in the town of Ulster.
Christina Bach Arvidson, 31, a former Saugerties resident, was killed Nov. 5 in what state police are calling a murder-suicide at her home in the Schoharie County town of Summit.
An Ellenville man and a Greenfield Park woman are facing charges after a “buy and bust” operation by city police.
Kingston Police say four 12-year-olds are responsible for painting offensive graffiti on buildings on Sunday Oct. 21 and did it for “shock value rather than hate.”
A onetime political operative and city employee who famously taped Kingston’s former Mayor in a vulgar and threatening tirade has been arrested in Saugerties.
A Kingston man is facing a pair of felonies for, state police allege, trying to buy a real car with fake money.
According to police, sometime between late Saturday night and early Sunday morning, graffiti depicting swastikas, stars, “666” and “smh” appeared at numerous locations and several parked vehicles throughout the city of Kingston.