Hudson Valley Men Accused of Father’s Day Weekend Meat Theft
Someone must have fallen short on their Father's Day Weekend grill prep. A pair of Hudson Valley men are accused of trying to steal over $300 worth of meat and seafood.
On Saturday, June 20, New York State Police from the Wappinger barracks were dispatched to the Adams Fairacre Farms Store on Route 9, leading to the arrest of two men on larceny charges.
According to the New York State Police, 49-year-old Kenneth Roe and Hollis D. White, 48, attempted to get away with $367 worth of meats and seafood. They were issued tickets directing them to appear at the Town of Wappinger Court on June 24.
This is the biggest meat-related crime since I saw my Uncle Steve put ketchup on steak last week.