Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith reports that the Sheriff’s Office and the Village of Cold Spring Police Department are jointly investigating an incident of indecent exposure at the Butterfield Memorial Library in the Village. At about 1:00 PM on Monday, January 11th, a man reportedly exposed himself to a female patron inside the library, which is located at 10 Morris Avenue (Route 9D) in Cold Spring.
The suspect is described as a black man in his mid-twenties or early thirties, about 5’ 10’ tall with a stocky build. He was wearing a blue Nike sweatshirt with gray sleeves and gray sweatpants.
Investigators believe that the suspect may have recently committed similar incidents at other libraries in lower Dutchess County. Authorities are asking persons who have information about the suspect or his identity to call the Cold Spring Police Department at (845) 265-9111 or the Sheriff’s Office at (845) 225-4300. Calls will be kept confidential.
Angel Narvaez (D.O.B. – 3/3/1929) is wanted by the Putnam County Sheriff’s Department and a Putnam County Superior Arrest Warrant was issued February 7, 1993 to answer the charges of Robbery 3rd and Grand Larceny 4th.
Angel Narvaez is also known as (Angel Mercado), (Miguel Narvaez), (Narvaez Mercado) and (Anibal Santiago).
If anyone has any information as to Narvaez’s whereabouts, please contact the Putnam County Sheriff’s Department (845) 808-4357. PLEASEDONOTPOSTTIPSHEREONFACEBOOK.
Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith reports that upwards of 20 thefts of property from parked cars have been recorded by the Sheriff’s Office in the Towns of Putnam Valley and Southeast over the last two weeks. The common denominator in the majority of those incidents is that the cars had been left unlocked by their owners. The property stolen from the unlocked vehicles has included cash and credit cards, GPS devices and other electronics, and a variety of other items.
Since 2004, the goal of Operation Safeguard is to educate, promote and remind citizens that the threat of terrorism is ongoing and continued vigilance by the public, business sectors and law enforcement is essential for the public’s safety.
New York State is divided into sixteen counter-terrorism zones, Westchester and Putnam Counties are part of Counter-Terrorism Zone 3 (CTZ-3).
Jocelyn Almonte is wanted by the Putnam County Sheriff’s Department for failure to appear in Putnam County Court on February 18, 2010. Jocelyn Almonte is wanted for the crimes of: DWI 1192.3 UM and DWI 1192.3.
On Feburary 18, 2010, a Superior Court Bench Warrant of arrest was issued by the Putnam County Court.
Almonte is known to frequent Danbury Connecticut and the Bronx in New York City.
Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith reports that a standoff between an armed man and police at the man’s Southeast home yesterday (Monday) ended after the man died in an apparent suicide. The deceased man has been identified as Mr. George S. Bateman, aged 60, of 29 Nichols Road in the Town of Southeast.
Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith reports a standoff between an armed man and police at the man’s Southeast home today (Monday).
The incident began at about 12:15 PM, after the man reportedly made a telephone call in which he expressed thoughts of suicide and threatened to use violence against any police officers who came to his house. The person who received that call notified the Sheriff’s Office.