WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's top stories from around Northern Westchester County.
- Former Horace Greeley High School drama teacher Christopher Schraufnagel may get a plea-agreement offer for his criminal sex-abuse case.
- State Department of Environmental Conservation officials issued a warning late Monday to anyone trying to approach, chase or capture the moose that has been on the loose throughout Northern Westchester county and was last sighted Sunday near the Putnam border.
- The Hudson Valley is well-represented in ValuePenguin's 2016 rankings of "2016 Safest Places in New York."
- Westchester residents -- and noted actors -- Audra McDonald of Croton-on-Hudson and Jeffery Tambor of Cross River both got Emmy nods at a news conference in Los Angeles Thursday morning.
- Westchesterites of all ages are officially addicted to Pokémon Go.
- Pleasantville police charged a Queens man for falsely reporting he had been robbed at gunpoint on Wednesday on Marble Avenue.
- A 27-year-old Yonkers resident pleaded guilty Monday to murdering a 62-year-old Yonkers man and dumping his body in Ossining.
- A 24-year-old Mount Kisco man is facing a drunk driving charge after police stopped his car for swerving on Route 22 in Southeast last Saturday and found his blood alcohol to be more than twice the legal limit, New York State Police said.
- The Yorktown Town Board has scheduled a public hearing for Aug. 2 to discuss a local law that would ban pet stores from selling dogs and cats bred in puppy mills.
- A 55-year-old woman is wanted by the State Police and Town of Cortlandt Court following her November 2015 arrest for the theft of more than $500 worth of merchandise from a Corltandt Walmart, according to police.
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