Village of Goshen Police Board Report for May 9, 2022

| 10 May 2022 | 05:38

    The new Speed Trailer has been received and placed in service on various streets in the Village. If any resident would like it placed on their street to address speeding issues, call the Department at 845-294-7988.

    As part of the statewide initiative, Operation Safe Stop, patrols have been monitoring school bus stops for compliance and issuing tickets to violators.

    On April 27, there were numerous reports of vandalism with spray paint in the Glen Dr area and Lyons Park. The matter is under investigation by this Department and the Town of Goshen Police Department. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Department, Detective Kozlowski, at 845-294-7988, or the Town of Goshen Police at 845-294-9555. All calls will remain confidential.

    Also on April 27, patrols responded to a call of a disorderly person on Woodhills Dr. and took a subject into custody for a mental health evaluation at Garnet Behavioral Health Unit.

    Also on April 27, patrols responded to a 911 call of a suicidal subject and took a subject into custody for a mental health evaluation at Garnet Behavioral Health Unit.

    On April 29, a school bus struck a pedestrian as he was entering his parked vehicle on Greenwich Ave. The subject was transported by GOVAC to Garnet ER with minor injuries. The accident is under investigation.

    On April 30, a subject was arrested on a warrant for Petit Larceny and released on an appearance ticket for Village Court.

    On May 1, two drivers received minor injuries after a car accident on Main St. at the Craigville Rd. intersection. One driver was ticketed for following too closely.

    Also on May 1, the Department is investigating a report of dirt bikes on the fields at the Middle School. This is trespassing and could damage the fields and property of the School District. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Department at 845-294-7988. All calls will remain confidential.

    On May 2, a driver stopped for failure to keep right was additionally charged with Driving While Intoxicated. That subject was released on tickets for Village Court.

    Also on May 2, the Dikeman Engine & Hose Company dedicated two benches to our late Mayor Michael Nuzzolese, who was a 42-year member of the company. The benches are located along West Main St., in front of Joe Fix Its and Catherine’s restaurant. Special thanks to Past Chief Thomas Boxman, who organized the event on behalf of the company.

    On May 3, four students at Goshen Middle School became ill after ingestion of an unknown substance. A Department SRO, who is also an EMT, assisted the school nurse with the students. Two students were transported to the hospital for evaluation as a precaution. A release from the school superintendent is attached.

    Also on May 3, at the request of the school superintendent, with the assistance of troopers and K9’s from the New York State Police, a drug and THC sweep of randomly selected classrooms in the high school and middle school was conducted. A release from the school superintendent is attached. Special thanks to NYSP Capt. Peter Cirigliano with assistance in the operation.

    On May 5th, two driver’s received minor injuries in a car accident at the square. Both drivers were transported to Garnet ER for treatment of their injuries. One driver was ticketed for failure to yield right of way.