Requests: drug dealing
Wiltwyck AvenueLike mentioned before there is drug dealing going on at Wiltwyck. They park on the corner of Elmendorf and Wiltwyck, make their phone calls and drive to O"neil at the end of Wiltwyck and pick up there drug. I am seeing more police in that area but something is going on. I don't understand why that drug house can't get busted up.
Look for a Red honda civic, a black ford escort looking car that the back end is not painted but just has the grey primer on it and a black honda civic or accord. These cars are constantly on that street and parking on the corner then going up to the house. Or another car pulls up to them.· Reported by Anonymous · Flag Flagged
59 Wiltwyck Kingston, NY 12401, USA
Vehicles park in front of the abandoned meeting house, make a phone call, receive walk up or drive up service, prep their drug of choice, use their drug of choice, throw out their empty needles and blunt wrappers/contents and leave.
Mostly happens during the daytime hours.
38 Pine Grove Ave Kingston, NY 12401, USAsecond floor apartment has constant activity...folks "pop" in and out at all hours! tall white guy, red hat, red sweatshirt always in the middle...quick car rides to next u-turn area of pine grove then dropped back off....hmmm, whatcha doing?· Reported by auntdee65 · Flag Flagged
13-17 Main St Kingston, NY 12401, USAThis morning I was at the county building and I noticed 2 dealers standing in front of that green house next to Ugly Gus. They were both just standing there, saw someone come up and make a purchase. They continued to stand there. 2 black males, hats, wearing jeans.· Reported by Concerned Neighbor · Flag Flagged
59 Witswyk Ave Kingston, NY 12401, USA
Wiltswyk Avenue, just east of the Elmendorfer interchange (right by the abandoned "meeting hall") automobiles are using the location to meet for drug sales and to "use" their drugs.
I have encountered many people doing so, and with the warmer months approaching I am irked by the number of people choosing to get "high" where our daughter rides her bicycle and plays.
The road has in the past, been a "pullover, make a call, get your stuff and get high" road, and I have done my best to end the activity. Yet after a brief hiatus, the junkies are back.
The signs you are looking for are easy to see. A car, pulled to the side of the road, with an occupant (or 2), with their heads down (so they can see what they are rolling or injecting),
The obviousness of the activity could not be more so, as all us homeowners on the block park on our property or infront of it. We don't have young men driving up or walking up to our cars and making a transaction with us. We don't sit in our cars next to an abandoned buildings and we do not keep our heads in our laps, as we don't have a needle we are trying to fill or a blunt we are trying to roll.
My neighbors and I really would like this to end immediately, as the concern for our physical safety and that of our property is first and foremost.
It's simple. The police officers (be it NY State Troopers, UC Sheriffs or Kingston PD) know who lives on the block. They see our cars every time they drive by. When there is a car parked and occupied in front of the meeting house.....it's for no good reason. Those people need to get stopped and searched, and ARRESTED!
Crime and illicit use of narcotics will not be tolerated. NOT IN OUR BACKYARD! We ask for service and protection. We ask that it be done without us having to call and complain. We ask that it be done post-haste. We ask that our children be able to play in their backyard. And we thank you for it! Believe you me, we thank you!!!
Smith Ave Kingston, NY 12401, USAThe bar by the post office on Smith ave is a trouble spot. The bar maid there is drinking during her shifts too..among other things...and then she gets on the road to drive late at night.