Police Blotter, April 6 – April 12, 2021, Print Edition

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Croton-on-Hudson Police Department

Mar. 16: A caller reported at 10:45 a.m. that her adult son just assaulted her and left her Maple Street residence. She provided a description of her son to the desk officer and stated he was possibly carrying a knife. Patrols were dispatched and reported the suspect was in custody a short while later. Croton EMS responded and transported the assault victim to the hospital. The defendant was charged with third-degree assault and criminal obstruction of breathing.

Mar. 16: A Van Wyck Street resident reported at 1:43 p.m. that her wallet was taken from her unlocked car in the Van Wyck Shopping Center on Mar. 13. She stated her vehicle, a blue Toyota RAV4, was parked in the first row of spaces by the post office. 

Mar. 17: A Wells Avenue resident reported at 11:34 a.m. being scammed out of $42,500 by an unknown person via the internet. He stated he was contacted by whom he thought was Microsoft regarding possible fraud on his computer, and in the course of speaking with the unknown person, he was told he would need to wire money to an account in Thailand. The victim went to his bank in Ossining and wired the money from his personal account. 

North Castle Police Department

Mar. 26: A caller reported at 4:57 p.m. that a tree fell onto power wires causing a brush fire in the area of 66 Windmill Rd. The call was transferred to 60 Control. The responding officer reported that the fire department was able to extinguish the blaze and will remain on the scene for Con Edison to arrive.

Mar. 27: A complainant reported at 5:42 p.m. that a nearby neighbor on Bonnie Hill Lane has multiple hot rods, which she reports are very loud and causing a significant disturbance when operated. While speaking to the complainant, the responding officer observed one of the associated vehicles being operated erratically and subsequently conducted a traffic stop.

Yorktown Police Department

Mar. 30: Jonathan Marinello, 25, of Pleasantville, was charged with driving while intoxicated after being pulled over on Route 6 at 9:40 p.m. for failing to stop at a red light.

Mar. 30: Jason Goldberg, 28, of Yorktown, was charged with first-degree assault, a Class B felony, at 11:55 p.m. after police received a report from Northern Westchester Hospital that a victim had arrived to be treated for a stab wound. An investigation revealed Goldberg and the victim became engaged in a physical altercation outside a Yorktown residence, which led to the victim being stabbed in the abdomen with a knife. The injury was not considered life-threatening. Goldberg was remanded to Westchester County Jail after being unable to post $25,000 cash or $50,000 bond bail set by Yorktown Justice Sal Lagonia.

Mar. 31: Luke Marji, 34, of Yonkers, was charged at 12:25 p.m. with four counts of third-degree assault, two counts of criminal obstruction of breathing and six counts of endangering the welfare of a child in connection with a reported past domestic dispute. An investigation revealed that between Mar. 16, 2020, and May 22, 2020, Marji punched and kicked the victim and applied pressure to the victim’s throat in front of a child less than 17 years old.

Apr. 1: Pamela Audu, 23, of Yorktown, was charged with third-degree assault, harassment and resisting arrest at 9:01 p.m. following a domestic dispute. An investigation revealed Audu allegedly caused physical injury to a victim by punching and kicking and attempted to injure two others. She also allegedly spit in the face of an officer while being taken into custody.

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