HEADLINES: Eugene Palmer search, teens reunite with father, missing dogs
Here are some stories making headlines across the Hudson Valley.
Federal agents were in Warwick Tuesday following a reported tip about a wanted fugitive. The FBI confirmed that they were responding to a tip that top 10 most-wanted fugitive Eugene Palmer was in the area. The agents say that Palmer was not in the area as reported. Palmer is still considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information about him is asked to call 800-CALL-FBI.
A Port Chester man has reunited with his two teen sons after they made the journey from Guatemala to the Texas border, fleeing violence and poverty. Antonio, who asked that his full name not be given, said he was motivated to speak out after seeing photos suggesting that an army of undocumented children are invading the Hudson Valley. Antoinio says he hopes his kids will have a better life here.
The search continues today for two missing dogs that escaped from an Orange County Pet boarding camp. Biagio Nocerino, of New Rochelle, says he took his two mixed breeds "Lulu" and "Maggie" up to Pet Camp in Middletown on Monday. He says by Tuesday he got a call from the facility saying the dogs had escaped. The owner of Pet Camp says the family's smaller dog may have squeezed through the front gate and escaped, and their bigger dog jumped a fence to go after him.