This is sad..He's too mature for this behavior
OH NO...That's two strikes...Same MO Here's the previous story:
Yorktown Police report the arrest of sixty-nine year old Paul E. Cahan of Cortlandt Manor, New York, who is charged with Resisting Arrest and Petit Larceny, both Class “A” Misdemeanors.
On October 5, 2014 at about 1:24 PM, Officer Garcia responded to the Toys R’ US store on Bank Rd. to investigate a shoplifting complaint. While enroute to the store, the defendant was identified and seen walking along Route 6 near the store. The defendant was confronted by Officer Garcia and allegedly fled on foot into a wooded area. The defendant was apprehended after a brief foot pursuit in the rear of the Toys R’ Us store. Upon apprehension and advised he was under arrest the defendant resisted arrest by not complying to commands to secure him. Subsequent to the officer’s investigation, it is also alleged that the defendant stole $283.43 worth of merchandise from Toys R’ Us.
The defendant was arraigned by Judge Raniolo and released on $500.00 bail. The defendant is scheduled to answer said charges in Yorktown Court on October 9th 2014 at 6:00pm.
ToysRus..I hope it was for toys for a needy child...
Again walking in the parking lot...Poor exit strategy
But this time it was sockets (for a wrench?) View Comment
Duncan, 46, was found alone in his car in the Bronx late Friday after a wide search was launched following his disappearance. According to WCBS, he was found to be in good health.
According to a report in the New York Daily News, Duncan may have been in possession of $40,000 he had collected from his police colleagues for a group trip to see the Giants' game Sunday in Seattle.
Surveillance video appeared to show that Duncan went to Empire Casino in
Yonkers, possibly gambling with the money he collected, the Daily News reported.
Thankfully he was found in time before he did something irrevocable. He can get over this...but not the unthinkable (A permanent solution to a temporary problem) Sadly all too often the fact that he had a gun handy ends the life of a police officer who needs counseling.
Automobile drivers need to give extra consideration to motorcyclists as they are very vulnerable, and difficult to see sometimes. Learning how to share the road is a very important lesson not often taught or spoken of.
I drove past this fatal crash last evening and saw the emergency vehicles along the TSP at the Route 202 entrance.
Then I saw the motorcycle, and my heart sank- I suspected it was going to be reported as a fatality . And yes the TSP is a shared road- no trucks are allowed but Motorcycles are most welcome. View Comment
Our local Historical Societies present very interesting and worthwhile programs and the people who participate and do service to their communities by preparing them are caring and knowledgeable people. It is a pleasure to participate. This Saturday at 2PM at the Little red SchoolHouse on Locust Ave in Van Cortlandtville will be a program about ghosts in the Hudson Valley.
Historical Society Trustee Ed Pell presents an hour of history each Monday on Cablevision's Channel 74. Often replays of various programs the Society has offered, these vignettes will share information on many people and events of the past. Tune in and enjoy!
Yorktown Cablevision Channel 74
Next program will be:
Native Americans of Westchester and the Yorktown Area
Thursday, November 20, 2014 at 7:30 pm
In celebration of Native American Month, the Historical Society is pleased to present Evan Pritchard, an author, researcher and founder of the center for Algonquin Culture. The Center seeks to exchange a deeper knowledge of the culture, history, language and wisdom of the Algonquin people many of whom lived in this region. The Yorktown Museum will have a collaborating exhibit
Yorktown Community and Cultural Center, 1974 Commerce Street, Yorktown, NY 10562 View Comment
Good. Just because someone is in a treatment facility they are not immune from civil standards of citizenship and need to learn accountability for their actions.
Just preventing some one from taking drugs or abusing alcohol is not enough. View Comment