April 30, 2009 RSS feed / General Stories

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Second Thought Crook A Peekskill man apparently had second thoughts about taking merchandise from a Mahopac pharmacy but wound up in jail nevertheless. Carmel Police were summoned last week to the Rite-Aid Pharmacy for a report of a shoplifter. More...

Automatic License Plate Reader Reaps Dividends for Carmel Cops

An automatic license plate reader has proven to be extremely successful for Carmel Police. More...

Veterans Rally at Loyalty Day Celebration in Kent

Hundreds of veterans and their families gathered at the Putnam County Veteran's Memorial Park in Kent on Sunday, April 26, 2009, to celebrate Loyalty Day—a day set aside to remember all veterans, while also serving as a counterpoint to the co More...

Record Turnout for Putnam Heart Walk in Brewster

Mid-summer weather greeted more than 1250 walkers Sunday who participated in Putnam's annual Heart Walk. More...

With Weather Warming, Speeding Motocyclists Pose Concerns

The warm weather is here and with the arrival of sunny days and pleasant temperatures large numbers of motorcyclists have been observed on area roads. More...

Know When to Walk Away

A card game turned violent when one of the players allegedly stabbed another man with a broken beer bottle. Carmel Police were summoned to a residence on Route 6 in the hamlet of Carmel last week at 4 a.m. for a report of a stabbing victim. More...

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