Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union Hyde ParkThe Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union Hyde Park
Criminal investigation department says the bank had assisted Hyde Park robbery plot
Hydé Park >> A cashier at the Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union office on U.S. Route 9 and another individual were indicted in conjunction with an October 8 raid on the office, the city guard said on Tuesday. They' re the third and forth convicts in relation to the MRA.
Bianca King, 20, of Highland, was apprehended early Saturday by the Dutchess County Sheriff's MPs and indicted for armed robbery, said law enforcement officials. You said King is suspected of aiding the plot and carrying out the rape, but they did not work out. Lt. Robert Benson of the Hyde Park PD said King didn't work the night of the mugging.
Another recently-charged case is William I. McKinney, 21, of Fort Washington, Md. You said that McKinney Friday was detained at his house with the support of the FBI's Violent Crimes Cross Border Task Force and Prince George's County, Md. Hyde Park Detachment said McKinney was charged cop theft and was kept by the County Department of Prince George of Corrections expecting surrender to New York.
He was indicted in Hyde Park Town Court and sent to Dutchess County Prison instead of $100,000 deposit. Cops predicted that a car theft took place in Hyde Park before the 8:39 a. m. raid on October 8 and that the victim's vehicule was used by suspects. The cops didn't say if a gun was turned off during the theft.
When the heist was notified to the Dutchess County 911 call centre, the city cops, the sheriff's representatives and the state cops retired to the cooperative. The 25-year-old William R. Burton of Suitland, Md. and Victor J. Denny, 21, of Forestville, Md. were apprehended and accused of the crime just after the heist.
In examining the heist, cops found two more free proxies, and the inquiry resulted in King and McKinney, they said Tuesday. Earlier this weeks the prosecution of Dutchess County will present the case to a grands Jury, said Alderman. Pineiro-Sugar worked as a journalist in Freeman's Rhinebeck office in the early 1980s, moved to Taconic Newspapers in Dutchess County as editor-in-chief and came back to Freeman as a journalist in 2010.