Stony Point

Man Arrested for Multiple Crimes

On July 20, 2016 29-year-old Michael Pagani was arrested for two counts of criminal possession of stolen property in the fifth degree, false personation, criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree and petit larceny. He was arrested on an active arrest warrant out of Stony Point, New York. Pagani was arrested, processed, arraigned and returned to the Orange County Jail.

Woman Arrested for Assault

On July 19, 2016 Stephanie Moore, 27, of Stony Point, New York was arrested for assault in the third degree on an active arrest warrant out of Stony Point. Moore was released on an appearance ticket returnable on August 3, 2016.

Clarks town


Name: Besik Dudauri

Age: 38-years-old

Sex: Male

Race: White

Height: 5’7”

Hair: Black

Eyes: Brown

Wanted for: Larceny, criminal possession of stolen property and traffic violations

His last known address was in Monsey, New York. If you know where Dudauri is, please contact the Clarkstown Detective Bureau at 845-639-5840.

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DWI in Nyack

On July 24, 2016 at approximately 3:36 a.m. the Orangetown Police arrested Derrick Lindsey, 35, of Spring Valley, New York on allegations of aggravated DWI. An OPD Officer on foot patrol observed Lindsey operating his vehicle at an unsafe speed on Cedar Street in Nyack, New York. He was also seen driving over the curb in an attempt to park his vehicle. Lindsey was observed exiting his vehicle, leaning against other cars to regain his balance and tripping and stumbling while walking through the parking lot. Lindsey failed the field sobriety tests given by police and placed under arrest. He was processed and released on $240.00 bail with return court date of August 8, 2016 at Nyack Justice Court.

Afternoon DWI in Tappan

The Orangetown Police arrested Justin Abraham, 27, of Williamstown, New Jersey on allegations of DWI. On July 23, 2016 at approximately 4:37 p.m., Abraham was stopped on Route 303, Tappan after Orangetown Police were notified by Northvale NJ PD of an erratic driver refusing to stop for their pursuing patrol officer. An Orangetown officer observed Abraham having watery, bloodshot eyes and a strong odor of alcoholic beverage on his breath. He failed the field sobriety tests given on scene and was placed under arrest, police said. Abraham’s bail was set at $200, which was later posted, with a return court date of August 10 at Orangetown Justice Court.

Man Turns Himself in to OPD

The Orangetown Police arrested Evens Frank, 41, of Mt. Vernon, New York after he turned himself in to police on an outstanding bench warrant for grand larceny in the third degree. Frank was processed and released on $100.00 bail with a return court date of July 27, 2016 to Orangetown Justice Court.

Man Arrested for Property Damage

The Orangetown Police arrested Matthew Clift, 24, of Blauvelt, New York on an allegation of criminal mischief in the third degree for intentional damage to private property exceeding $250.00. OPD Officers responded to a domestic incident at a residence in Blauvelt where Clift is alleged to have become agitated and broke numerous household items and furniture. Clift was arrested and processed at police headquarters, being later arraigned and released on his own recognizance.

Man Arrested for DWI in Nyack

The Orangetown Police arrested Nicholas Diana, 23, of West Nyack, New York for Driving While Intoxicated. Diana was observed by an Orangetown Police Officer driving northbound in the southbound lane on Cedar Street in Nyack, New York. His vehicle was stopped by police at which time the arresting officer observed the driver had a strong odor of alcoholic beverage on his breath and was speaking with slurred speech. Diana failed the administered field sobriety tests and was subsequently arrested for suspicion of DWI. He was transported to Nyack Hospital due to his intoxicated state where he consented to a chemical blood test with B.A.C. results pending. Return court date was set for August 4, 2016 at the Village of Nyack Justice Court.

Hospital Patient Arrested for Assault

The Orangetown Police arrested Robert Hicks, 58, of New City, New York for Assault in the second degree. Hicks, a patient at Nyack Hospital, was being placed on a stretcher when he allegedly kicked the attending physician causing injury to the victim. Police were called and arrested Hicks. Hicks was later arraigned and remanded to the Rockland County Jail on $5,000 bail.


Multiple Arrests in Suffern

The Suffern PD charged a 30-year-old Suffern man with assault, criminal mischief and criminal obstruction of breathing following a domestic dispute with his girlfriend. This man is accused of choking and punching his girlfriend during an argument as well as breaking her property. The suspect then left the area and was arrested at a later time when located. They also charged a 73-year-old Suffern man with Assault after he was accused of slapping his girlfriend in the face during an argument, causing a facial injury. He was arrested and released on bail.

Man Arrested for Refusing to Leave Hospital

On July 22, 2016 the Suffern Police Department charged a 31-year-old man from Nyack, New York with trespass and resisting arrest. Officers responded to Good Samaritan Hospital for a report of an unwanted person and upon being advised by hospital staff that he had to leave, this person refused such orders. Officers then spoke to this man and after he once again refused to leave he was placed under arrest. While being handcuffed he fought with officers and upon being brought under control he was placed in a holding cell and was arraigned.


DWI in Airmont

On July 23, 2016 RPD observed a party operating a 1992 Honda with a fractured windshield in the parking lot of a gas station located in the Village of Airmont. When the officer approached the driver he noticed that the driver showed signs of intoxication. Following the officers investigation and field sobriety tests the driver was arrested for aggravated DWI.

Spring Valley

Two Reports of Gunshots in Spring Valley Apartment Complex

On Sunday July 24, 2016 at approximately 1:30 a.m. the Spring Valley Police Department responded to reports of gunshots in the area of the Meadow Lane Apartments, 130 West Eckerson Rd., Spring Valley, New York. Nobody was shot and no witnesses were located. The only damage done was to a parked vehicle.

On Monday July 26, 2016 at approximately 12:20 a.m. the Spring Valley Police responded to reports of gunshots again in the Meadow Lane Apartments. Upon investigation by patrol officers and detectives it was determined that three vehicles were damaged by gunshots. Nobody was struck by gunshots and no witnesses were located.

The Spring Valley Police Department is investigating both incidents. The Rockland County Sheriffs Department Bureau of Criminal Identification responded to both crime scenes and are assisting in the investigation. The SVPD requests anybody who might have information on these incidents is requested to contact the department at 845-356-7400. All information will be kept confidential.

Assault in Spring Valley

On Friday Juuly 22, 2016 at approximately 7:20 p.m. the SVPD responded to a report of a party assaulted at 128 Lakeview Village in Spring Valley, New York. Patrols and detectives responded to the scene and found the victim, a 28-year-old female, with face and head injuries from the assault. The suspect, 33-year-old Marcus McMillian, was arrested at the scene. Rockland Paramedics and Spring Hill Ambulance Corp treated the victim at the scene. The victim was transported to Good Samaritan Hospital and treated for her injuries and released. The Rockland County Sheriffs Department Bureau of Criminal Identification responded to the scene and is assisting with the investigation. The suspect was charged with burglary in the second degree, assault in the second degree and strangulation in the second degree, all felonies. McMillian was arraigned on Saturday July 23, 2016 by Honorable Judge Fried and he was remanded to the Rockland County Jail.

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