Two Westchester Men Convicted Of Assault, Weapons Charges

Two men from Westchester have been convicted on assault and weapons charges after stabbing a man repeatedly following a verbal confrontation in Mount Vernon.

Joseph Ogilvie
Joseph Ogilvie Photo Credit: Westchester County District Attorney's Office
Tremaine Gordon
Tremaine Gordon Photo Credit: Westchester County District Attorney's Office

Joseph Ogilvie and Tremaine Gordon, both of Mount Vernon, have been convicted on multiple felonies for their roles in an early morning assault that left a man hospitalized.

Westchester County District Attorney Anthony Scarpino, Jr. said that at approximately 3 a.m. on April 28, 2016, the two men were involved in an argument with a third near the intersection of Gramatan and West Sidney avenues in Mount Vernon.

At the time of the incident, the two were involved in a verbal argument on the sidewalk. When their victim entered a vehicle and attempted to leave the area, Ogilvie and Gordon approached him and stabbed him multiple times. Their victim was able to flee and was later found injured in the Bronx by NYPD officers. He was rushed to Jacobi Medical Center for treatment on his stab wounds.

Ogilvie and Gordon, both 27, were convicted of attempted assault, assault and criminal possession of a weapon following a trial. They are currently remanded to the Westchester County Jail and are scheduled to be sentenced on April 23.

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