November 14, 2017




Kingston Police look for missing person -- FOUND!


KINGSTON – Police in the City of Kingston are requesting the public’s assistance in located a missing person, 75-year-old James Julius Tibbs.

Mr. Tibbs, as his friends call him, was reported missing early on Tuesday. He lives on West Chestnut Street in Kingston and was last seen by his girlfriend around 11 p.m. on November 13.

Tibbs is five-feet, four inches tall, weighs 160 pounds, has brown hair and brown eyes.

He was last seen wearing black nylon running pants, black sneakers with gray stripes, and a black or brown leather jacket.

Anyone with information on Tibbs’ whereabouts is asked to call Kingston Police at 845-331-1671 or email Detective Benjamin at mbenjamin@kingston-ny.gov.

Tips may also be sent anonymously by using the “submit a tip” app on the Kingston Police Facebook page or call the tipline at 845-331-4499. All calls and information will be kept confidential.


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