WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's top stories from around Northern Westchester County.
- Doug Crossett, a Katonah resident who grew up in Pleasantville, stunned people last week when he announced he was closing his three restaurants, Michael's and McArthur's in Pleasantville and Oliver's in Katonah.
- A female Tarrytown police officer is on the mend after an alleged altercation with a knife-wielding Yonkers teen at the McDonald's in Tarrytown Monday night.
- A moose was recently spotted wandering through a Millwood man's yard.
- A Scarsdale woman is facing criminal charges after police said she was found drinking and driving her three children with a blood alcohol content nearly four times the legal limit on the Fourth of July.
- A Westchester man was among the latest arrested as the Danbury, Conn., Police Department is continuing to make more busts at a park near Interstate 84 after multiple complaints of alleged sexual activity and solicitation in the area.
- Yorktown police arrested a 60-year-old resident of Putnam Valley on a DWI charge.
- Thomas Prendergast, Metropolitan Transportation Authority Chairman and chief executive officer, will reveal the newly enacted, $30 billion transit plan to connect Westchester to the Bronx at the Business Council of Westchester's Political Leadership Series Event July 15.
- A 36-year-old Yorktown man has been apprehended for allegedly committing a knifepoint robbery at Railroad Park last Friday night, Yorktown police said.
- A 35-year-old Queens woman pleaded guilty to having sex with an inmate while serving as a prison guard at Sing Sing Prison.
- A Pleasantville woman found herself in trouble with the law in Scarsdale during the weekend after she was found with drugs following an accident that landed her truck in bushes on Saxon Woods Road, police said.
- Two workers plead guilty last Thursday to stealing more than $30,000 of hay from the Lois Colley estate in North Salem.
- A Shrub Oak man is facing multiple charges after he tried to grab a probation officer’s gun, authorities said.
- Police are investigating an accident last Sunday night between a motorcycle and a car on Route 9 in Ossining that resulted in the death of the unidentified motorcyclist
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