Hudson Valley Crime Roundup: Cat Burglar Hits Jewelry Store


HUDSON VALLEY, NY – Check out the top police news of the week from all 24 Patch locations across the region. The stories include a man accused of killing his girlfriend’s animals and a one-year-old child who died unsupervised in a box spring.

NJ man accused of killing his girlfriend’s animals in Putnam County

LAKE PEEKSKILL, NY – A New Jersey man was arrested by the Putnam County SPCA on Wednesday on charges of killing his girlfriend’s animals one at a time over the course of a year.

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Mother accused of starving her 7-year-old son to death

NEWBURGH, NY – A woman in Orange County has been charged with starving her 7-year-old son.

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Clarkstown Residents Fall For Pet Scam: Police

CLARKSTOWN, NY – Clarkstown Police are warning some residents recently reported being victims of a “puppy scam” … read more

Mahopac man charged in U.S. Capitol riot

MAHOPAC, NY – He knowingly engaged in disorderly behavior in a small building to disrupt or obstruct government, FBI said … read more

Greenburgh Police jewelry store burglary: report

GREENBURGH, NY – Greenburgh Police are investigating a weekend break-in at a jewelry store in Hartsdale … read more

“Roger Rabbit” charged with corruption of school meals and extortion

NEW ROCHELLE, NY – A New Rochelle man has been charged in connection with an extortion and corruption program that raised questions about school lunches in New York City … read more


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