DA REPORT & RAMAPO CRIMES 3/25/13

DA REPORT:

ROBBERY
Daqwaan Aviles, age 22, residing at 2 Parker Road, Garnerville, NY, was sentenced March 14, 2013, before New York State Supreme Court Justice William A. Kelly to a state prison term of three and a half years and five years post release supervision after pleading guilty to Robbery in the third degree. District Attorney Thomas P. Zugibe stated that on or about November 19, 2011 at approximately 6 p.m. on Rosman Road, in the Town of Haverstraw, the defendant acting in concert with other individuals stole an iPod from the victim. When the victim tried taking his property back, the defendant and the others beat him up causing the victim to suffer multiple bruises and contusions to his face and chest.

TOWN OF RAMAPO POLICE DEPARTMENT:

MULTIPLE DWIS
The Town of Ramapo Police Department, in conjunction with Rockland County Police Agencies, conducted a Stop-DWI ‘CRACKDOWN’ detail from March 15 to March 18. Officers in Ramapo arrested three individuals for driving while intoxicated. The following people were arrested: Fritz Louis, age 55, from Spring Valley, NY, was arrested for DWI felony with a prior conviction; William Padilla, age 56, from Pomona, NY, was arrested for DWI 1192-2; and Carl Mathe, age 32, from Spring Valley, NY, was arrested for DWI 1192-2.

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT
At about 9:25 a.m., the Ramapo Police Responded to Route 45 and Pomona Road, in the Village of New Hempstead, for a reported motor vehicle accident. Arriving officers found that a Saturn SUV travelling northbound on Route 45, had moved from the left turn lane into the straight lane, and collided with a small fuel delivery truck, that had been north in the straight lane. Subsequently, the SUV’s front right tire got caught up on the truck’s rear left tire, causing the SUV to become wedged up on the tuck, off of its front wheels. The Hillcrest Fire Department had been dispatched for extrication prior to police arrival. Extrication was not necessary, and the passengers were able to exit the vehicle with minimal assistance from firefighters on the scene. The Spring Hill ambulance was on the scene and two elderly passengers from the SUV were transported to Nyack Hospital for observation only. There were no injuries related to the accident. The fuel tank was not compromised and there was no hazardous material incident related to this accident. The driver of the SUV was issued a summons for failure to obey pavement markings.