Town of Ulster updates 'Wanted suspects' list
The following individuals are among those currently being sought by the town of Ulster Police Department on warrants.
The current list, updated today, contains some additional active warrants.
Police ask that anyone with information, call (845) 382-1111 immediately.
Other lists from different departments have been posted by the Freeman previously.
Police agencies across the Mid-Hudson Valley are on the lookout for suspects wanted for crimes. The Freeman is now posting online photos of some of the men and women wanted by various law enforcement agencies in the area. The lineup will change frequently,
so check back often.
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