Police: Man Threatened to Shoot Staff, Customers at Hudson Valley Business
A homeless man allegedly brandished a gun at a Hudson Valley business, threatening to shoot all employees and customers.
On Friday, October 27, City of Beacon police officers recieved a call for multiple subjects fighting in the roadway on Main Street.
Upon arrival, officers determined that a man had entered a business on Main Street and threatened to shoot all employees and customers inside while brandishing a handgun.
The man, later identified as 28 year-old Kyle-Ray Stuyvesant, fled out of the business when a passerby witnessed this incident.
Employees chased after Stuyvesant and an altercation ensued in the roadway, where employees detained Stuyvesant until police arrived.
A search of the surrounding area resulted in the recovery of a fully loaded 9mm auto handgun.
Stuyvesant was arrested and charged with Criminal Possession of a Weapon, Criminal Use of a Firearm, and Menacing.
He was arraigned in Beacon City Court and remanded to Dutchess County Jail in lieu of $50,000 cash bail, or $100,000 bond with additional charges pending.