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'Operation Home Alone' Sting: Rockland, Westchester Men Accused Of Trying To Meet Kids For Sex

Five men from Rockland and one from Westchester – including a high school teacher and a bank manager – were among 16 defendants busted in New Jersey after they’d arranged meetings for sex with what they thought were underage boys and girls, authorities announced Wednesday.


Cop, NYC Teacher Among 16 Alleged Child Predators Snared in NJ App-Luring Ring

More than a dozen alleged child predators, including a New York City teacher, a New Jersey cop, a dental hygienist, a minister and two ride-share drivers, have been arrested for allegedly luring children for sex via chat apps, prosecutors said Wednesday.


Rockland County lawyer sentenced to four months in mortgage fraud scam

A Rockland County attorney was sentenced by the U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York to four months in prison for his role in a mortgage fraud scheme. Laurence Savedoff of New City had been convicted of misprision of a felony – a misprision occurs when a person is aware that a fe


2 arrested after fleeing Rockland County hit and run crashes

CENTRAL NYACK, Rockland County (WABC) -- Two suspects are in custody after police in Rockland County say they fled a pair of hit and run crashes Tuesday morning. The situation unfolded just before 8 a.m. on Route 59 in front of the Palisades Mall in Central Nyack.


NYC Pilot Program Will Limit Cars Along 14th Street Starting in June

A pilot program that will limit cars on 14th Street was announced Wednesday, all with the goal of easing congestion while getting bus riders moving across one of the city’s busiest streets.


Spring Valley man charged with forgery, weapon possession

NYACK – A Spring Valley man, who was driving eastbound in the westbound lanes of Route 59 in Nyack early last Friday morning, has been arrested on a number of charges. Orangetown Police stopped the car driven by Anthony Middleton, 32, at 2:38 in the morning. A computer check found he driving privile


Clarkstown Supervisor George Hoehmann, Rockland County Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (RCVOAD), and other Officials Announce Ways to Help Victims of Mountainview Condos Fire

Clarkstown Supervisor George Hoehmann, Rockland County Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (RCVOAD) led by United Way of Rockland, and other dignitaries, joined together today to announce ways residents can help the 16 families that were affected by the devastating Mountainview Condos fire la


NY, NJ residents will need REAL ID, enhanced ID to board domestic flights starting 2020

NEW YORK — New York and New Jersey residents are going to need an enhanced driver’s license or REAL ID if they want to board domestic flights. Starting October 2020, if residents want to use their license or non-driver ID to get onto an airplane, enter certain federal buildings or enter military bas


Hundreds mourn Somers football coach in Tappan

TAPPAN - Hundreds turned out in Rockland County today to honor a longtime Somers teacher and football coach who died suddenly last week. Dominic Narcisco was only 39 when he died in his sleep last week. Many are shocked at the loss in Tappan where Narcisco grew up and also in Somers, where he lived


‘Operation Home Alone’ Arrests 16—Including Cop, Teacher, Minister—For Attempting To Lure Minors Online, Prosecutor’s Office Says

HACKENSACK—New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal is expected to detail the arrests of 16 alleged child predators charged with attempting to lure minors for sex via “chat apps,” at a April 24, 10:30 a.m. press conference.


Rockland Hospital Restricts Visitors Due To Measles Outbreak

SUFFERN, NY — One Rockland County hospital has decided to place restrictions on visitors because of the measles outbreak in the region. Good Samaritan Hospital in Suffern is not allowing any visitors under 18 years of age, whether or not they are vaccinated against the virus.


ICE Agents Appear at a Westchester Court the Day After New York State Restricts Access

A day after the Office of Court Administration created a new rule to limit Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrests in New York courthouses, three ICE agents showed up to an undocumented man’s criminal court hearing in an attempt to arrest him.


Two men flee scene of accident and rollover Route 59 crash

CENTRAL NYACK - Two men are now in custody after they fled the scene of both a hit-and-run accident and a separate rollover crash in Rockland County this morning. Clarkstown police say a Chevy truck, with Illinois license plates, hit another car near a Shell station on Route 59 in Central Nyack arou


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Senate President Steve Sweeney: “We have to face up to the reality of the deep fiscal crisis we are facing”. NJ fiscal crisis, pension crisis, Senate President Steve Sweeney, Trenton.


From a teacher to a minister – NJ AG announces arrests of over a dozen alleged child predators

NANUET - New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal has announced the arrests of 16 alleged child predators charged with attempting to lure minors to a Bergen County apartment for sex through chat apps.


Man who killed wife and New York State trooper sentenced to life without parole

WATERTOWN N.Y. — After being found guilty for murdering his wife and a New York State trooper, a North Country man has been sentenced to life in prison without parole. The sentencing comes two years after Justin Walters shot his wife 13 times in their home in Theresa.


Gas Line Struck, Forcing Evacuation Of Office Building In Rockland

The Clarkstown Police Department is on the scene of a gas line rupture in New City. The incident took place around 10:50 a.m., Tuesday, April 23, at 337 N Main St.; the building, a professional office building, is being evacuated for safety reasons, said the Clarkstown Police.


Man Fatally Stabbed In Westchester

A 42-year-old man was fatally stabbed overnight in Westchester. Police said that the incident occurred in the early hours on Wednesday, April 24, on Vineyard Avenue in Yonkers.


Upstate New York prepares as Lake Ontario water rises again

SOMERSET, N.Y. (AP) Emergency officials in upstate New York are again preparing for possible flooding along Lake Ontario. Director of emergency services for Niagara County Jonathan Schultz says lake levels have risen about five inches in 10 days.


Route 59 BMW Stop Leads To Discovery Of Shotgun, Man With Suspended License, Police Say

A traffic stop on Route 59 led to the discovery of a .12 gauge shotgun, police say. Orangetown Police say they observed black 2008 BMW traveling eastbound in the westbound lane of Route 59 in the Village of Nyack on Friday, April 19 around 2:45 a.m.