Saugerties Police announced two recent arrests in unrelated incidents at the town’s recreation complex.
The court document said there is probable cause to believe the accused has produced, attempted to produce and conspired to produce child pornography and that he coerced and enticed a minor to engage in sexually explicit conduct. He’s also accused of conspiring with others to receive and access child pornography and participating in a child pornography enterprise.
To the Saugerties business community, Michael Persico is known as a sharp investor in the local real estate market and a community-minded business owner who held Chamber of Commerce mixers at his 50-acre estate in West Saugerties and donated the use of a building in the heart of the village for use as a visitor’s center. But federal prosecutors paint a very different picture of the 60-year-old Brooklyn native.
A 27-year-old Kingston man has been arrested for Monday’s bank robbery.
The Kingston Police Department is investigating a bank robbery that occurred today on Wall St.
State Police arrested a 25-year-old Ulster man yesterday and charged him with second-degree rape, second-degree criminal sexual act, and second-degree disseminating indecent material to a minor, all felonies.
The incident occurred at a swimming hole of Devil’s Lake Rd. in East Kingston. According to police, during the course of the robbery, one of the accused allegedly punched a victim and another displayed a knife while forcibly taking the victim’s wallet and cell phone.
The New York State Police issued a total of 10,435 tickets statewide during the Fourth of July STOP-DWI enforcement campaign, which ran from July 1-4.
Four pedestrians, were struck as they crossed a Broadway crosswalk by an eastbound vehicle.
State Police at Highland arrested Nicole Potts-Miller, 36, of Middletown, yesterday and charged her with third-degree rape (felony) and second-degree