Headlines: DWI crash into house, Saugerties hit-and-run crash, missing Yonkers woman found
Here are some stories making headlines across the Hudson Valley.
A West Nyack man is facing multiple charges, including a DWI, after authorities said he drove an SUV through two fences and crashed into a home. Clarkstown police responded to reports of a car inside a house in New City on Friday just before 1 a.m. They say police at the scene found an SUV lodged into the lower part of a home and its tires were still spinning. The driver, Jonathan Barnes, who police said was the only one in the SUV, had to be taken out of the vehicle by emergency personnel through the back window. The person inside the home told police he narrowly escaped injury while he was laying on his bed and climbed over the hood of the SUV to avoid being trapped. Barnes was arraigned in Clarkstown Justice Court and released pending a future court appearance.
A driver is facing DWI charges for allegedly causing a crash in Saugerties and leaving the scene. Police say two vehicles collided, trapping one person inside. A Highland woman was found unconscious and taken to the hospital with serious injuries. Alfredo Martinez, of Saugerties, was later tracked down and arrested. He's due in Town of Saugerties Justice Court on Wednesday.
A missing Yonkers woman has been found. The Kingston Police Department located 36-year-old Dorothea Parker Sunday. Parker was reported missing on March 16. The police department say thanks to everyone for their assistance in locating her.