Police: Teens banned from H.V. QuickChek Return, Damage Store
A pair of Hudson Valley teens who are banned from a local QuickChek are accused of returning and causing damage to the store.
On Wednesday around 2 a.m., Saugerties Police responded to a complaint at the QuickChek on Route 9W following a report of two people causing a disturbance and damage at the store.
The pair, who were gone when police arrived, were identified as 19-year-old Korey Taylor and 18-year-old Zachary Pelham both from Saugerties.
Both were previously arrested for causing damage at the store and were banned from trespassing at QuickChek, police say.
On back to back days in February, the teens were accused of shutting the main power off at QuickChek on 9W and also allegedly threw rocks at a number of homes, breaking windows in several neighborhoods. They were charged with eight combined felony counts.
Police found both and charged them with trespass. Both teens were released on their own recognizance, incidental to the court issuing an order of protection on behalf of QuickChek.
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