Police Board Report for April 25, 2022

| 22 Apr 2022 | 02:38

1. On April 11, a local business reported four male subjects passed 87 counterfeit $20 bills for a total of $1740. There have been several similar incidents in the area recently and the matter is under investigation.

2. On April 13, a concerned motorist reported a vehicle being operated with unrestrained children hanging out of the windows. A patrol located the vehicle on North Church St. and ticketed the driver for Driving with a Suspended Registration, Unregistered Motor Vehicle and two counts of Unrestrained Child Passenger.

3. On April 14, Chief Watt and Ptl. Hunt attended the walk-out ceremony of retiring Town of Warwick Chief Thomas McGovern. Chief McGovern served the Town of Warwick for 43 years. Congratulations and good luck, Tom!

4. On April 15, Chief Watt met with Gerry Hluchan from the Goshen Chamber, to begin planning for this year’s Great American Weekend. This year the event will be Saturday, July 2, and Sunday, July 3.

5. Also on April 15, a delivery van drove across Webster Park and took down decorative lighting and damaged a light pole. That driver was ticketed for driving on the sidewalk.

6. On April 16, after a disturbance call, a subject was arrested and charged with Assault 2nd degree and Criminal Possession of a Weapon. A second subject was transported to Garnet ER with a laceration to his shoulder and arm. The defendant was arraigned before Judge Hendry and released on their own recognizance to appear in Village Court.

7. On April 18, it was reported that several catalytic converters were stolen off buses at the Scotchtown Ave. garage sometime after Thursday April 14. The matter is under investigation and anyone with information is asked to call the Department at 845-294-7988.