Thursday, March 1, 2018



Man wanted in Dutchess arrested in Brooklyn


POUGHKEEPSIE – A man indicted by a Dutchess County grand jury last December was apprehended in Brooklyn.

The grand jury had filed felony charges of identity theft and grand larceny against Ryan Anormaliza, 24, of Brooklyn following an investigation by Poughkeepsie Town Police alleging that he used credit in another person’s name to purchase electronics at a local store. He failed to appear for his arraignment in Dutchess County Court in December and fled the area.

Poughkeepsie Town detectives tracked him down to Brooklyn and with the assistance of the NYPD Warrant Apprehension Team, took him into custody without incident.  He was brought back to Dutchess County where he was committed to the county jail in lieu of $75,000 cash bail or $150,000 bond 

Anormaliza also has an outstanding bench warrant from Poughkeepsie Town Police for petit larceny and two additional warrants from Village of Wappingers Falls Police and the Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office on unrelated charges.


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