Four individuals were arrested following an investigation into a rash of car larcenies that occurred last month. 

Subsequent to an ongoing investigation by Saugerties Police, four people have been charged for their roles in a string of car break ins that occurred in the area of Barlcay Heights and Bishop’s Gate last month, in addition to causing damage at the Cantine Veteran’s Memorial Complex.

The damage at the complex consisted of damaging a storage shed, and painting graffiti on the shed and on a field tarp.

The following individuals were arrested and charged:

  1. Nicholas A. Salinas, 22, of Kingston
  2. Michael A. Doyle, 18, of Saugerties
  3. Robert J. Harp, 19, of Saugerties
  4. Christina V. Tozzi, 28, of Saugerties

The three men were arrested on charges that included Criminal Trespassing, Criminal Mischief, Making Graffiti, Petit Larceny, and Conspiracy.

Tozzi was charged with Conspiracy for providing transportation with her vehicle during the criminal acts.

All four were processed and released on appearance tickets returnable to Saugerties Court at a later date.