A Kingston man was arrested in connection with a hit-and-run accident that sent a man to the hospital.
A 26-year-old convicted felon was arrested following a burglary investigation conducted by the Saugerties Police Department which began on December 3, 2019 when a village of Saugerties resident returning home from a trip found that someone had entered and burglarized their home while they were away. Detectives worked the case for over a year, finally making a DNA match on evidence they secured during their investigation.
Detectives of the Ulster County Sheriff’s Office report the arrest of a 17-year-old male from Port Ewen for the felony
Saturday afternoon at approximately 2:20 p.m., state police from the Ellenville barracks responded to Whitfield Avenue in Accord for a
The Ulster County Sheriff released the body cam footage yesterday from the arrest of a 26-year-old Saugerties woman that led to claims of excessive force following a traffic stop in the town of Ulster.
Gilbert Thomas, 24, and Robert “Nikki” James, 46, both of 49 Franklin Street, were indicted today by an Ulster County grand jury, according a press release from the Ulster County District Attorney’s office.
A 26-year-old Saugerties woman who was arrested following a traffic stop, part of which was caught on video, said an Ulster County Sheriff’s deputy used excessive force that gave her a concussion, nerve damage in her wrist from the handcuffs, and bruises on her body, putting her out of work for three days.
In June of this year, an unnamed man, “John Doe,” sued William Dederick, a retired Kingston biology teacher and administrator, alleging Dederick sexually abused him while he was a student at Kingston High School in the 1980s. Earlier this month, according to court filings, a second individual joined the suit. The school district was also named as a defendant.
Two Kingston men have been arrested in death of a 12-year-old Kingston girl last week.
The Kingston Police Department reports the arrest of 36-year-old Grant A Shan of Kingston for Arson in the first degree.