Breaking News from Tarrytown

Find the latest Tarrytown News from the most up to date source on all headlines and breaking stories from around the world.

N.J. grocery store owner admits $888K food stamps fraud scheme

Maria Teresa Venegas, of Newark, pleaded guilty to one count of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefit fraud, the U.S. Attorney's Office for New Jersey said in a statement.

NJ.COM - 2018-09-19 07:12:00

Cynthia Arce pleads not guilty in Mamaroneck death of her daughter Gabriella Boyd

Cynthia Arce pleaded not guilty today to second-degree murder in the death of her 2 1/2-year-old daughter, Gabriella Marie Boyd. Gabriella's father and his family looked on during the arraignment in Westchester County Court. Arce, 29, has been in custody since April 28 when she allegedly attacked M


Woman Accused Of Killing 2YO Daughter Arraigned Tuesday

MAMARONECK, NY — Cynthia Arce, who was accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter, was arraigned Tuesday. Westchester County District Attorney Anthony A. Scarpino Jr. said Arce, 29, of Mamaroneck, pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder, a felony, in the death of Gabriella Boyd.


Mugshots: Police sergeant among 24 arrested in child sex sting

Authorities on Tuesday announced the arrests of two dozen men nabbed in a child predator sting in New Jersey, and the suspects include a nurse, a firefighter and a police sergeant.


Free Movie Screening In White Plains

WHITE PLAINS, NY — Grab your lawn chair, snacks and a blanket and come to White Plains for Movie Night on Court Street. The free movie, presented by the City of White Plains, will be screened at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22.


23-Year-Old Targeted Spring Valley Cabbies In Armed Robberies

SPRING VALLEY, NY — A Spring Valley 23-year-old whose four-week armed robbery spree last fall targeted local taxi drivers has pleaded guilty, Rockland County District Attorney Thomas P. Zugibe announced Monday. He was on probation at the time — for drug dealing.


Live look at roads: Traffic cameras around Westchester, Rockland

Live traffic camera images from around Westchester-RocklandGov. Mario M. Cuomo BridgeLooking toward Rockland.511nyI-87 at Exit 13 - Palisades ParkwayTraffic closest to camera is traveling south.511nyTaconic State Parkway at Pinesbridge Road, New CastleTraffic closest to camera is northbound.511nyI-2


AP News - Town accused of bias against Orthodox Jews settles lawsuit

The town also won't adopt another ordinance that expands a ban on building religious boundaries made up of white plastic piping through town. It also will inform the attorney general's office in writing about any new ordinance proposals affecting use of parks, or signage on utility poles, for the ne


Peekskill man wanted in Newburgh sex assault

Police said they have been searching for Andre Sims, 35, after he fled on foot toward Interstate 84 in Newburgh on Monday.


Brooklyn Man Started Massive Kings Plaza Mall Fire, Cops Say

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK -- A man was arrested for starting a massive seven-alarm fire in a Kings Plaza mall garage that injured 21 people, police said.


Sex offender hid past, got N.J. recreation department job, cops say

Nathaniel J. Lewis, of East Orange, was charged last week with failure to register as a sex offender and unlawfully obtaining employment in a youth serving organization, the Passaic County Prosecutor's Office said in a statement Monday.


SEE IT: Deli Clerk Wrestles Gun Away From Would-Be Robber In The Bronx

Police described the suspect as a black man in his 20s. He was last seen wearing a blue sweatband, black hooded sweater, dark colored jeans, black sneakers and a black backpack.


U.S. Attorney: Peekskill drug dealer sentenced to more than 11 years in prison

A Peekskill drug dealer was sentenced Monday to 135 months, or 11.25 years, in prison for conspiring to distribute crack cocaine between 2013 and 2017, according to the United States Attorney’s Office.


Yonkers razes old affordable housing

According to city property records, the 21-unit townhouses at 209 Warburton date to the early 1970s and they were originally built under the Mitchell-Lama program, a state initiative launched in 1955 to create affordable rental and cooperative housing for moderate- to middle-income families.


Video shows violent armed deli robbery in the Bronx

The employee, a 38-year-old man, hesitated to hand over the money, and a violent struggle ensued.


Plea In Road Rage Fatal Stabbing

LAGRANGEVILLE, NY — The 22-year-old Dutchess County man who was accused of fatally stabbing a man after a road rage incident has pleaded guilty. Westchester County District Attorney Anothony A. Scarpino Jr. said Monday that Christian Walczyk, 22, of Lagrangeville pleaded guilty to first-degree mansl


Latest suspect in murder of Bronx teen pleads not guilty

Alleged Trinitarios gangbanger Frederick Then, 20, pleaded not guilty to the NYPD Explorer’s murder during his morning appearance in Bronx Supreme Court.


Parole inspection leads to drug bust in Stamford

Ronald Smith, 62, of Stamford, was charged with narcotics possession when an unannounced inspection of his Stillwater Avene home by a parole officer turned up 50 bags of crack and powder cocaine on Thursday.


Bronx Teen's Brutal Stabbing Leads To 14th Arrest

THE BRONX, NY — A 14th suspect was arrested Sunday evening in the shocking gang-related killing of an innocent Bronx teenager, the NYPD said. Frederick Then, 20, faces charges including murder, manslaughter and gang assault in connection with the June 20 slaying of 15-year-old Lesandro Guzman-Feliz,


Man found dead on NYC subway train

The Twitter user who posted the photo said: "Folks, whatever you do while riding the subway, please do not attempt to move between cars while the train is moving, this poor soul did, and now he's no more..."