PETIT LARCENY & CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF STOLEN PROPERTY
Antonio Lopez, 45, of 91 S. Hamilton Street, Poughkeepsie, NY, was arrested on November 9, 2016 for petit larceny and criminal possession of stolen property in the fifth degree (bench warrant). The defendant was arrested on an active bench warrant issued by the Stony Point Justice Court. He was arrested, processed, arraigned and released on an appearance ticket returnable at a later date.
Steven Marty, 25, of 81 Lowland Hill., Stony Point, NY, was arrested on Noember 7, 2016 for harassment in the second degree (bench warrant FOA). The defendant was arrested on an active bench warrant issued by the Town of Haverstraw Court. He was arrested, processed and turned over to the Town of Haverstraw P.D. to answer stated charge.
SUFFERN POLICE DEPARTMENT
CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA
A 33-year-old man from Suffern was arrested for criminal possession of marijuana. The suspect was stopped due to a traffic violation on Bon Aire Circle. Upon investigation, the police found over 28 grams of marijuana. He is pending a court date in Suffern Justice Court.
TOWN OF RAMAPO POLICE DEPARTMENT:
ATTEMPTED ASSAULT & MENACING
Ramapo Police received a call on November 19 regarding a woman threatening her neighbor with a rock. The victim said that her upstairs female neighbor was threatening to assault the victim with a rock. The suspect was arrested and charged with attempted assault and menacing in the second degree.
UNRESPONSIVE PERSON BEHIND WHEEL
Ramapo Police received a report around midnight on November 20 about an unconscious 22-year-old man in his car stopped on Chestnut Ridge Road. Responding officers found the male unresponsive behind the wheel of his running vehicle. He was transported to Good Samaritan Hospital and will appear in the Village of Chestnut Ridge Court on a later date.
ORANGETOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT:
Shavell Griffin, 35, of Nyack, was arrested on November 20 for menacing. Orangetown Police received a report of a dispute occurring in a Nyack home. Griffin was involved in an argument with a female that became physical. It is alleged that Griffin attacked the female’s head and body then displayed a hammer and threatened her with it. Griffin was transported to headquarters and will be charged with menacing and harassment in the second degree.
Raymond Ross, 42, of Hyde Park, NY, was arrested for DWI. When Orangetown Police stopped Ross for a traffic violation on Main Street in Nyack, the smell of alcohol and the suspect’s slurred speech and bloodshot eyes were very noticeable. Ross failed a number of sobriety tests and was transported to headquarters where he refused a breathalyzer. He was charged with driving while intoxicated and is due back in court on December 6.
CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE
Anderson Sanon, 27, of Nanuet, was arrested the morning of November 19 for criminal possession of a controlled substance. Sanon was observed by officers drinking from an open container of alcohol on Artopee Way in Nyack. Officers searched Sanon and found a quantity of cocaine and marijuana. Sanon was transported to police headquarters where he was processed and charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of marijuana and open container of alcohol. He is due in court on December 8.
DWI & UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA
Gilberto Ramos, 28, of Nanuet was arrested on November 20 for DWI. The police searched him later and found marijuana. Ramos committed a traffic violation on Main Street in Nyack. The officers noticed a strong smell of alcohol on his breath as well as the suspect’s glassy and bloodshot eyes. Ramos failed several sobriety tests and was transported to headquarters where he failed a breathalyzer. Ramos was charged with driving while intoxicated and unlawful possession of marijuana. He was released on bail but is due back in court on December 13.
CLARKSTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT:
The Clarkstown Police Department is currently investigating a bank robbery that occurred at the Key Bank located at 388 Rt. 59 in Central Nyack. The robbery occurred November 18 at approximately 2 p.m. The investigation is underway and is a joint effort involving both the Clarkstown Detective Bureau and the FBI. At approximately 1:55 PM the Clarkstown Police Department responded to a report of a bank robbery at the Key Bank. The initial reports stated that a male in his late teens or early twenties, wearing a black Nike sweatshirt, entered the bank and made demands of the bank teller. At this point in the investigation it is unclear if any money was stolen by the suspect. The suspect exited the bank and fled in an unknown direction. It has not been determined if the suspect fled on foot or in a vehicle. There were no injuries to the bank employees. The detectives and the FBI are continuing the investigation, reviewing surveillance video and interviewing bank employees. There is no further information at this time and we will provide updates as information becomes available. If you witnessed this incident or have any information about the incident please call the Clarkstown Police Department at 845-639-5800.