Taconic DDSO arson suspect has his case dismissed


WASSAIC — The dismissal of a 2019 arson indictment against Vincent Carozza, a then-resident at the Taconic Developmental Disabilities Services Office (DDSO), has made news locally and even down in New York City. The story was reported on by city news stations on Thursday, Sept. 5 — the day it was made known by Dutchess County District Attorney (DA) William Grady.

The case that Grady addressed on Sept. 5 was dismissed in the “interest of justice,” according to the DA’s office.

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