Saugerties Police Chief Joseph Sinagra said this type of situation exposes problems with the state’s bail reform law.
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Topics include: Woodstock Library capital campaign website; Library trustee petitions available in Saugerties; Maya Gold Foundation hosts Global Teen Cultural Exchange; Town of Ulster Library election and budget info; and more.
The two Saugerties residents fingered as ringleaders have pleaded guilty to federal charges, as has a fellow conspirator from Cairo; four more face state-level charges, and there may be more arrests forthcoming.
Anecdotal reports suggest a more dynamic future for Hudson Valley residential real estate than the data about the recent past has indicated. The next two months should test that hypothesis. Meanwhile, the rumor mill will rule.
Speaking at a meeting of the Saugerties Village Board, a resident expressed worries the events could cause another local outbreak. But local officials say the shows are following regulations.
Topics include: Man, 39, killed after being struck by pickup truck on Rt. 9W; Metered parking will resume in Kingston; Congressman Maurice D. Hinchey Catskills Visitor Center reopens; Hudson Valley Garlic Festival cancelled; and more.
Members of the Ulster Regional Gang Enforcement Narcotics Team (URGENT) report the arrest of Farrad H. Thompson, 30, of Paterson,
Saugerties police have released the identity of a murder victim and his killer on July 9 after waiting months to verify the details of his killing through DNA analysis. The puncture-ridden body of Randall Keith Adels, 58, was spotted by a Saugerties police officer peering through the window of the man’s estranged wife’s home at 1976 Old Kings Highway at approximately 2 a.m. on the evening of March 29.
According to police, a search yielded over 600 “decks” of fentanyl, half an ounce of cocaine, over 120 tablets of methadone, a quantity of heroin, marihuana, and drug packaging materials.
Ulster County Commissioner of Health Dr. Carol Smith announced today that an employee at Mother Earth’s Storehouse in Kingston has tested positive this week for the COVID-19 virus. Anyone who has shopped at this Mother Earth store from July 1st to July 5 is urged to promptly contact their primary care physician and seek testing, or contact the Ulster County COVID-19 hotline.