3 Accused of Stealing 22 Pounds of Hemp From Hudson Valley Farm
A man and two teens are accused of stealing 22 pounds of hemp plants from a Hudson Valley farm.
On Thursday around 5:30 p.m., Red Hook police received a call reporting a suspicious vehicle and a trespass complaint at a local farm in the Town of Red Hook.
Patrol units were able to find the suspect's vehicle traveling south on State Route 9G where a traffic stop was conducted.
Police then allegedly found 22 pounds of hemp plants that were stolen from the farm. Peter J. Bonavita, 45, 18-year-old Raven M. Banks and 18-year-old Joshua L. Guldy were all arrested.
All three Kingston men were charged with grand larceny, a felony, and misdemeanors for criminal trespass and criminal possession of stolen property, both misdemeanors.
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