WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- The following is a round-up of the top stories of the week for Westchester County.
- Former Tuckahoe Deputy Mayor and current Fox News contributor Tony E. Sayegh, Jr. has been appointed to a key position in President Donald Trump’s new administration.
- A restaurant owner staking out his own restaurant managed to nab two Westchester men stealing used cooking oil from La Kabanita and TK's Restaurant on Tuesday, March 2, Danbury, Conn., police said.
- A Manhattan man has pleaded guilty to bilking would-be car buyers out of hundreds of thousands of dollars while running a scheme out of White Plains.
- A popular strongman competitor and former Haverstraw and NYPD police officer shot and killed himself after a traffic stop Wednesday morning, a close friend confirmed.
- Westchester County is nearly at the top of the list of the 10 most expensive places in the country for a two-parent family to raise two children, according to a recent survey by marketwatch.com.
- Police in Port Chester is seeking the community’s assistance as they search for two suspects accused of attacking a man and detaining his family with duct tape as they robbed a safe in their home.
- Donald Trump is “crazy” and in need of a good scolding, former television host and longtime North Salem resident David Letterman said in a rambling two-part conversation with New York Magazine.
- A pair of Yonkers residents were arrested by police in Bronxville recently, following a five-month investigation into an attempted burglary of an elderly woman.
- A Yonkers man was arrested over the weekend when it was determined he was driving drunk being stopped by police for speeding in Scarsdale.
- One day after the FBI announced it would be investigating five unsolved homicides in Mount Vernon, Police Commissioner Ronald Fatigate unexpectedly resigned from his position Wednesday morning, according to multiple sources.
- Traffic was temporarily tied up on Route 119 on Wednesday, as firefighters battled a blaze in a tractor trailer that caught fire in Greenburgh.
- Westchester County rates above average in a statewide health survey of adults for "binge drinking."
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