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Man Wanted For Assaulting Florida Cop Likely In Hudson Valley

Dutchess County Sheriff's Office
Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office

A man who is wanted in the state of Florida for allegedly assaulting an officer is believed to be hiding in the Hudson Valley.

 

According to the Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office, 37-year-old Dahmian R. Lewinson is wanted for assaulting a police officer in Florida. It’s believed that Lewinson is in the local area, likely in or near Poughkeepsie.
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nyone with information regarding Lewinson’s whereabouts should contact the Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office at 845-486-3800 or you can text your tip to 845-605-CLUE.

If you do see Lewinson, police strongly recommend, do call police and do not approach him.

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