Police say they have arrested three youths in connection to a spree of three strong-arm robberies that occurred on Sunday.
In the first robbery, a woman was reportedly walking with her son, 5, at around 11 a.m. when she noticed a grey Toyota following her east on Croton Avenue. The vehicle pulled up next to her and a youth on the passenger side grabbed her purse and pulled it off her arm, police said. The vehicle then fled, read police reports.
According to police reports, in the second robbery, a youth was talking on his father's cell phone in front of his house on Lafayette Avenue when a man wearing a white t-shirt and red shorts got out of a gray, four-door car, knocked the youth to the ground, and took his phone. The man allegedly fled in the car.
In the third robbery, a group of men described as being in their teens and twenties accosted a man near Main Street and Brandreth Street, police said. They allegedly punched the man in the face and head, knocked him to the ground, and removed cash and a cell phone from his pockets before fleeing in a grey-colored sedan.
Police said they arrested Anthony Dusablon, 21, and Christian Dusablon, 16, both of 266 South Highland Ave. after an investigation. A third person, listed as a juvenile, was also taken into custody.
Also in Ossining:
Myshun Logan, 24, of James Street and Collin Helmers, 18, of Morning Side Drive, were issued tickets for unlawful possession of marihuana by police who were patrolling Sparta Dock on June 7 and June 8, police said.
A man was walking along the Aqueduct near Maple Place on June 9 when three men described as two black men and one light-skinned black or Hispanic man, attacked him and took his back pack, police said. When the victim took out his cell phone to summon help, the attackers dropped the back pack and fled the area. Police said they failed to locate the suspects after a search.
From June 9 to June 10, 15 car larcenies and attempted larcenies were reported, police said. Victims reported that glove compartments and console compartments had been searched and items including cell phones and change had been taken. Some victims could not determine anything missing but noted that the compartments had been rummaged through.
A resident of Calam Avenue reported on June 7 that a table and four chairs valued at $300 was taken from his patio during the night, police said.
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