Police released more information and identified the Hudson Valley woman who was found dead in the Hudson River.

On Monday, the Dutchess County Sheriff's Office confirmed a body was found in the Hudson River near Poughkeepsie and Hyde Park Monday morning.

Body Found In Hudson River Near Poughkeepsie, Hyde Park New York

Mid-Hudson Bridge, City of Poughkeepsie, Poughkeepsie Waterfront, Hudson River

The Dutchess County Sheriff's Office was told about a possible lifeless body that was spotted in the river near the Mid-Hudson Bridge around 10 a.m.

The body appeared to be a woman. A witness on the scene told Hudson Valley Post she noticed many people looking over the bridge towards the river and wondered if someone had jumped off the Mid-Hudson Bridge.

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A worker at Hyde Park Marina helped the Dutchess County Sheriff's Office Marine Patrorecover the body. She was pronounced deceased on the scene.

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On Wednesday, the Dutchess County Sheriff's Office identified the woman as 32-year-old Tashaunna S. Bogle of Kingston, New York.

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Bogle was also identified as the person who jumped into the Hudson Hudson River from the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge on Dec. 11, 2022, according to the Dutchess County Sheriff's Office.

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