Man Awaiting Prison Term Arrested For Burglary in Dutchess CountyDec 15th, 2012 | By HV Insider | Category: Featured Articles
A Dutchess County resident, awaiting his commitment to the New York State Correctional Department, was arrested by Members of the New York State Police, for a residential burglary last night in the town of Wappinger.
While responding to a complaint of a residential burglary on Spook Hill Road in the town of Wappinger, Troopers observed a subject walking in and out of wooded areas dressed in dark clothing. This subject was stopped and identified as 29 year old Vincent Poliandro, a convicted burglar, who was currently out on bail, awaiting commencement of his sentence of 9 to 11 years in prison after pleading guilty to several burglaries from last year.
During the interview of Poliandro, Troopers observed his clothing to be blood stained, and his hands were cut and bloodied. Troopers responding to the victim’s residence noticed broken glass and blood at the scene.
State Police Investigators Eugene Donnelly and Noreen Winterfeldt were contacted and advised of the circumstances. Troopers assigned as Crime Scene Technicians, along with a canine handler also responded. The scene was processed and evidence was secured from the residence.
State Police canine handler and partner “LT”, established a track from the residence, through some wooded areas, ending where Troopers stopped and detained Poliandro. Evidence was obtained from Poliandro’s person, linking him to the burglarized residence.
Vincent Poliandro was arraigned before Hon. Irene McAliney, Town of East Fishkill Justice, and remanded to the Dutchess County jail without bail. His original sentencing is being revisited by the Dutchess County Court. Poliandro could receive up to 30 years in prison.