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Valerie Musson

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  1. FBI Reports Rise In Sextortion Of Children

    FBI Reports Rise In Sextortion Of Children

    Sextortion is defined as a criminal act that occurs when someone demands something of value, usually money, images of a sexual nature or sexual favors, from another person. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, there has been a rapid increase in the solicitation of these incidents from minors over the internet.The FBI reports that children ages 10 through 17 have been ...

  2. JFK Ranks No. 1 Among US Airports For International Flight Deals, New Survey Says

    JFK Ranks No. 1 Among US Airports For International Flight Deals, New Survey Says

    A new survey from Scott’s Cheap Flights, a popular website for finding deals on flights, shows that JFK ranks as the No. 1 United States airport for best deals on international flights.The survey was compiled by analyzing the number of cheap international flight deals that were sent to Scott’s Cheap Flights customers. According to the results, New York City’s JFK International Airport ...

  3. Woman Accused Of Stealing $1.3K Worth Of Clothing, Jewelry At Macy's

    Woman Accused Of Stealing $1.3K Worth Of Clothing, Jewelry At Macy's

    A woman has been charged with grand larceny after police say she stole more than $1,300 worth of clothing and jewelry from Macy’s at Jefferson Valley Mall.Yorktown Police say they responded to Macy’s (700 Lee Boulevard) on the report of a female shoplifter in custody on Wednesday, June 26 around 7:10 p.m.Further investigation revealed that the suspect, identified as Ledung Ho, 52, of ...

  4. Here's Why Summer Is Peak Time For Foodborne Illness: What You Should Know

    Here's Why Summer Is Peak Time For Foodborne Illness: What You Should Know

    The official start of summer is now here, making it the perfect time to give yourself a quick lesson about staying safe and avoiding foodborne illnesses during upcoming cookouts and other outdoor gatherings with food.Unfortunately, experts say summertime, which started on Friday, June 21, is the most common season for foodborne illnesses. In fact, in the United States, an estimated 48 ...

  5. Man, Woman Caught With Ecstasy, Oxycodone In I-87 Stop, Police Say

    Man, Woman Caught With Ecstasy, Oxycodone In I-87 Stop, Police Say

    A man and woman are facing drug charges after police say they were caught with ecstasy and Oxycodone during an I-87 traffic stop.New York State Police say they stopped a vehicle on I-87 in the town of Woodbury for an infraction on Tuesday, June 25 around 1:35 a.m.While interviewing the driver, identified as William Vidal, 39, of the Bronx, police say they established probable cause to ...

  6. Ossining HS Wins Most Successful School Award At GENIUS Olympiad

    Ossining HS Wins Most Successful School Award At GENIUS Olympiad

    Ossining High School was recognized as the “Most Successful School” award recipient at the ninth annual GENIUS Olympiad, which took place between Monday, June 17 and Saturday, June 22 at SUNY Oswego.The Olympiad included international students submitting a total of 1,657 projects in regional competitions with 789 accepted for the finals. The award is based on the number of participants ...

  7. 'Exciting Upgrades': Construction Starts On Westlake Campus

    'Exciting Upgrades': Construction Starts On Westlake Campus

    Construction is officially underway for a series of what Mount Pleasant Central School District officials are calling “exciting upgrades” taking place at the Westlake campus throughout the summer.Construction crews have been working hard to ensure that as many upgrades as possible are prepared prior to the start of the 2019-2020 school year.So far, the areas around the tennis courts ...

  8. Report Of Sleeping Driver In BMW Leads To DUI Charge For Greenwich Man

    Report Of Sleeping Driver In BMW Leads To DUI Charge For Greenwich Man

    A Greenwich man is facing DUI charges after police say he was sleeping in his vehicle.Greenwich Police say they responded to the junction of Valley Road and Cos Cob Avenue after receiving a report of an individual sleeping or passed out behind the wheel of a black BMW with the engine still running on Sunday, June 16 around 6:30 a.m.Further investigation revealed that the vehicle’s ...

  9. Forno Brickoven Pizzeria Building Strong Following In Westchester

    Forno Brickoven Pizzeria Building Strong Following In Westchester

    Forno Brickoven Pizzeria has a loyal and expanding customer base after nearly two decades in business in Northern Westchester.Established in 2001, the brick oven pizzeria and restaurant, located at 62 Welcher Ave. in Peekskill, offers a variety of signature crafted Italian specialties. From traditional pizzas, appetizers and salads to pasta dishes, chicken, seafood, veal, eggplant and ...

  10. Round Hill Road Crash Leads To DUI Charge, Greenwich Police Say

    Round Hill Road Crash Leads To DUI Charge, Greenwich Police Say

    A man is facing DUI charges after his involvement in a Greenwich crash, police say.Greenwich Police say they responded to a motor vehicle accident on Round Hill Road on Saturday, June 15 around 11:30 p.m.Further investigation revealed that a disabled vehicle was involved in an accident, and the driver, identified as Colin O’Toole, 34, of New Haven, was observed to have red eyes and an ...

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