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Pearl River Man Faces Felony Charge For Filing False Report

Pearl River Man Faces Felony Charge For Filing False Report

A Rockland County man is facing charges after attempting to defraud the DMV and police in Orangetown.

Pearl River resident David Krapin, 32, surrendered himself into police custody at approximately 3 p.m. on Wednesday, May 16, where he was charged with a felony count of first-degree offering a fal...

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Motorist Intentionally Hits Car In Fight Over Woman, Police Say

Motorist Intentionally Hits Car In Fight Over Woman, Police Say

A Hudson Valley motorist was arrested after intentionally hitting another car in a fight over a woman, according to police in Rockland County. Jose A. Perez, 47, was arrested Sunday, May ...

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Area Man Arrested Twice In One Day

Area Man Arrested Twice In One Day

Monroe Police arrested a man twice in one day after he assaulted his wife during a domestic dispute and then violated a protective order. Odi Gil-Aguilar, 30, of Monroe, was arrested on T...

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Woman Nabbed For Stealing Nyack Hospital Patient's Pocketbook

Woman Nabbed For Stealing Nyack Hospital Patient's Pocketbook

A Spring Valley woman was arrested by Orangetown Police for stealing a patient's purse at Nyack Hospital, according to Orangetown Police. Nicole-Rose M. Figuroa, 28, was arrested around 9...

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Truck Overturns, Shutting Down Route 304 In New City

Truck Overturns, Shutting Down Route 304 In New City

A man driving a dump truck and trailer without the correct license closed down Route 304 in New City for several hours after crashing the rig. The crash occurred around 1:30 p.m. Thursday...

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Large Brush Fire Breaks Out In Orange County

Large Brush Fire Breaks Out In Orange County

Mulitple fire departments are battling a brush fire in Orange County. The fire department said it has responded in the area of 120 Neelytown Road, in Montgomery, that began around 7:30 a....

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Coyote Sighting Reported Near Congers Elementary School

Coyote Sighting Reported Near Congers Elementary School

Residents have been cautioned to be on high alert after a coyote was spotted at the Lakewood Elementary School in Congers. The Clarkstown Police Department issued an alert this week follo...

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Rockland Gymnastics Coach Charged With Several Sex Offenses

Rockland Gymnastics Coach Charged With Several Sex Offenses

A popular local gymnastics coach who owned gyms across the area has been arrested on five counts of sexual conduct against a child under 13, according to Ramapo police. Police said Joseph...

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Rockland Woman Killed After Tree Slams Into Car During Storm

Rockland Woman Killed After Tree Slams Into Car During Storm

An 80-year-old woman was killed during the height of Tuesday's severe storm when a tree slammed into the driver's side of her vehicle in Rockland County. The incident occurred around 4:45...

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