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19-Year-Old Nabbed After Firing Off Shots At Storefronts In Westchester: Police
A 19-year-old man faces several charges after firing shots on a public street in Westchester, damaging storefronts in the process, officials announced.
Port Chester resident Tyshawn Watkins, age 19, was arrested on Tuesday, Nov. 22 in connection with an incident on Friday, Nov. 17 in Mount Vernon, Mount Vernon Director of Communications Timothy Allen said.
According to Allen, on the day of the incident at around 4 p.m., Watkins allegedly fired multiple gunshots in the area of South 2nd Avenue and West 3rd Street, damaging several storefronts. Luckily though, no injuries were repo…
Body Of Missing 22-Year-Old Man Pulled From River In Westchester
Authorities in Westchester are investigating the death of a 22-year-old man whose body was found in a river days after he had been reported missing, police said.
New, updated report: West Harrison Man Pulled From River Remembered As 'Loving Son, Brother, Friend'
Jan Carlos Yepes-Perafan, age 22, was found dead in the Byram River in Port Chester on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 26, Port Chester Police announced.
Before his body was found, Yepes-Perafan had been reported missing by the department on Saturday, Nov. 25 after he had last been seen on Thursday, Nov. 23 around 3:45 a.m. …
Large Amounts Of PCP, Over $80K Found In Westchester Home, Police Say
A man faces several charges after a large quantity of phencyclidine and more than $80,000 in cash were seized from his Northern Westchester home, police announced.
The arrest resulted from the execution of a search warrant at a Peekskill residence on Brown Street on Thursday, Nov, 9, Peekskill Police announced.
As a result of the search, a large amount of suspected phencyclidine (PCP) and more than $80,000 in US currency were seized, authorities said, adding that the search was part of an extensive investigation into the sale of PCP in and around Peekskill.
Teen Duo Accused Of Bringing BB Gun To High School In Westchester
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Two teenage boys face criminal charges after bringing an inoperable BB gun to a high school in Northern Westchester, police announced.
The two boys, ages 13 and 14, were arrested on Monday, Nov. 13, and Tuesday, Nov. 14 following an investigation conducted by Yorktown Police, the department announced on Friday, Nov. 17.
According to the department, the events leading up to the arrests began on Wednesday, Oct. 18 around 10 a.m., when a BB gun was found in Yorktown High School. This prompted a police response and investigation that resulted in the two teens…