‘We have young people joining the company and we’ve had a raging bull running amok…’
New York City police have charged a SUNY New Paltz student, her boyfriend and another woman with dumping the body of the boyfriend’s mother after her death last week. Officers believe that Jared Eng, a 22-year-old who attended SUNY New Paltz up until last semester, killed his mother and then enlisted his girlfriend Caitlin O’Rourke — currently a New Paltz student — and another woman to help conceal the body.
A report in the New York Daily News says the NYPD suspects 22-year-old Jared Eng, a SUNY New Paltz student, of killing 65-year-old Paula Chin, his mother, with a knife inside their Tribeca apartment after a fight over money, then dumping her body at the family’s second residence in Morristown, NJ during the early morning hours of January 31.
John Tyler Kuhn, 35, was behind the wheel of a 2012 Mercedes-Benz C30 the morning of January 6 when it left Rt. 32 in Saugerties, rolled several times and struck a tree, causing severe injuries to two passengers. Now, he faces up to 15 years in prison.
A father and son accused of murder and robbery in an alleged drug rip-off pleaded not guilty in Ulster County Court last week.
A Kingston man, his 17-year-old son and a second teen have been indicted on murder and robbery charges stemming from a Dec. 1, 2018 incident that left 38-year-old Mark Lancaster dead of a gunshot wound. Meanwhile, sources say, one of the accused teens has made bail and is currently attending Kingston High School.
A 35-year-old Saugerties man was in court for a traffic ticket when a court officer claims he dropped an item containing a powdery substance.
The fugitive, who is from Louisiana, was spotted in the Hudson Valley Tuesday, January 8.
A 40-year-old Rosendale man is in jail after a Sunday morning chimney fire led to the discovery of an indoor marijuana grow operation.
Most of the 76 recorded felonies this year, as opposed to the 52 in 2017, were the result of crimes against property — stolen jewelry, vandalism, criminal mischief and general damage to or loss of property — rather than violent crimes.