These are last week's top five stories from Hudson Valley Post

At number 5, America runs on Dunkin – car’s don’t.

An 18-year-old from Wallkill crashed her car into the front of a Dunkin Donuts in Wallkill. The teen told police she accidentally hit the gas pedal, when she meant to press the brake. Luckily, no one was injured.

An Orange County woman plead guilty to stealing over 1.3 million dollars from her job. 51-year-old Donna Ortiz from Pine Island faces four to 12 years in prison. She was also ordered to pay back all of the stolen funds.

At number 3 --- A Dutchess County man who smashed his car into a pole, is accused of driving under the influence of heroin. Police say David Burgsma was high on heroin, driving without a license, with empty bags of heroin and needles in his car. The 37-year-old from Red Hook is facing a number of misdemeanor charges.

A 49-year-old Ulster County bus driver was found dead in the back of his bus. The man suffered a heart attack after dropping off all his students late Friday afternoon. He wasn’t found until Monday.

And our top story, a violent sex offender moved next to a Kingston School. Patrick Vanleuven is now living one-tenth of a mile from St. Joseph Catholic School. In 2001 the now 50-year-old was arrested in Louisiana for having sex with three girls all younger than 9.

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