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Joe Jenkins

Managing Editor, Orange County

Joe Jenkins is a reporter who has worked for various publications including the Poughkeepsie Journal and the New York Daily News. He Graduated from the University at Buffalo in 2003 and received his master's degree from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism in 2012. Joe is also a contributing columnist and analyst for various online sports publications.

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  1. Deerpark Police Seize Nearly 1 Pound Of Pot, Growing Equipment From Home

    Deerpark Police Seize Nearly 1 Pound Of Pot, Growing Equipment From Home

    DEERPARK, N.Y. – A Deerpark man is facing drug charges after authorities seized several ounces or marijuana and growing equipment from his Neversink Drive home on Thursday, officials said. Officers Daniel Jones and Robert Pratti, accompanied by K9 Buca, responded to a call for a burglary in progress. While checking the residence for any intruders, Buca alerted the officers to the ...

  2. Wallkill Police Seek Suspect In Attempted Robbery

    Wallkill Police Seek Suspect In Attempted Robbery

    WALLKILL, N.Y. – Wallkill Police are looking for a suspect wanted in connection with an attempted armed robbery in town early Friday morning, authorities said. The victim, a 43-year-old Wallkill resident said the suspect approached her while she exited her vehicle just after 3 a.m. The suspect, described as a thin, black male in his 20s, pointed a gun at her, Wallkill Police said. The ...

  3. Wallkill Police Use Narcan To Save Goshen Overdose Victim

    Wallkill Police Use Narcan To Save Goshen Overdose Victim

    WALLKILL, N.Y. – Wallkill Police had to administer Narcan to revive an unconscious Goshen woman who was found in the bathroom of a Super 8 Motel, authorities said. Police Officers Michael Nolte and Daniel Graham responded to an Emergency Medical Services call and found the 22-year-old woman unresponsive and showing signs of an overdose. The officers, along with Police Officer Laura ...

  4. Middletown Man Gets 25-Years-To-Life In Prison For Killing Infant Son

    Middletown Man Gets 25-Years-To-Life In Prison For Killing Infant Son

    MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. – Middletown's Michael Heil was sentenced to 25-years-to-life in prison on Thursday for the murder of his infant son, Zachary, according to the Times Herald-Record. Baby Zachary Heil was killed in August 2016 when he sustained massive head trauma. A 10-day trial revealed social media posts and text messages from Michael Heil that showed his growing frustrations. ...

  5. Washingtonville Boy Finds Cash-Filled Wallet, Hunts Down Owner To Return It

    Washingtonville Boy Finds Cash-Filled Wallet, Hunts Down Owner To Return It

    WASHINGTONVILLE, N.Y. – An Orange County boy is giving everyone in the area a lesson in morality after he found a wallet with nearly $2,000 in it, tracked down the owner, and returned it with every dollar still intact, according to CBS New York.Frankie Burns found the wallet filled with $1,700 while in the Bronx for a Gaelic football playoff game. Frankie Burns and his father, who is ...

  6. Report: Police Investigating Death of Monroe-Woodbury HS Student

    Report: Police Investigating Death of Monroe-Woodbury HS Student

    CHESTER, N.Y. – Authorities are looking into the death of a Monroe-Woodbury ninth grader, according to multiple media reports.Police believe the unidentified boy took his own life around 1 a.m.  on Wednesday in his Chester home, News 12 Westchester reported. Monroe-Woodbury Superintendent Elsie Rodriguez released a statement informing parents that a student had died. The district's ...

  7. Newburgh Man Admits To Driving Over Gas Station Employee Twice

    Newburgh Man Admits To Driving Over Gas Station Employee Twice

    NEWBURGH, N.Y. – A Newburgh man admitted on Wednesday to driving over a gas station attendant twice and causing injuries that ultimately killed the victim, according to the Times Herald-Record. Milton Galdamez Pena, 22, ran over Jaspal Singh, 21, who was measuring levels in a gas tank near the pumps of the Shell station on Broadway in Newburgh. Pena then backed up and ran over Singh ...

  8. Angry Orchard Teams Up With NYC Donut Makers For National Cider Day Treat

    Angry Orchard Teams Up With NYC Donut Makers For National Cider Day Treat

    WALDEN, N.Y. – What's better than a hard cider on National Apple Cider Day? How about a donut spiked with hard cider?Angry Orchard is teaming up with New York City-based The Doughnut Project to create The Angry Crisp Donut, which will be available in the Angry Orchard Cider House in Walden on National Apple Cider Day, Saturday, Nov. 18."Everyone enjoys a refreshing hard cider ...

  9. Middletown's Winter Parking Rules Take Effect Wednesday

    Middletown's Winter Parking Rules Take Effect Wednesday

    MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. – Middletown's winter parking restrictions are now in effect until April 15. Parking cars on all highways and streets is prohibited between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m., except on the western side of Riverdale Road. Call the police department at 845-343-3151 for more information. 

  10. Hudson Valley Corrections Officer Shot In Head, Killed In Crash

    Hudson Valley Corrections Officer Shot In Head, Killed In Crash

    Click here for an updated story: Autopsy Pending In Rockland Sheriff Deputy's Shooting DeathNew York State Police are investigating a fatal car crash in the town of Woodbury that killed an off-duty Rockland County corrections division sheriff deputy on Tuesday afternoon, authorities said. Frank Farina, 42, of Stony Point, was driving his car along Route 6 in Woodbury at about 1:30 p.m. ...

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