The Scarsdale Police Department, along with the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office, have arrested a third participant in the burglary of an occupied residence on Berwick Road in April 2017.
On October 10th, Detectives from the Scarsdale Police Department, and Westchester County District Attorney’s Investigators traveled to Goldsboro, North Carolina to apprehend Jayvahne Hamilton, the third participant in the Berwick Road burglary. Mr. Hamilton was extradited back to Westchester by Detectives, and was arraigned in Scarsdale Justice Court on a charge of Burglary 2nd degree and remanded to the Westchester County Jail.
Alexander Crooks had been previously arrested by the Scarsdale Police on June 13th, and Antwan Hall was arrested on May 16th. Both Crooks and Hall were charged with Burglary 2nd Degree, a Class “C” Felony and remanded to Westchester County Jail. Both were later indicted by a Grand Jury on Robbery 2nd charges as well.
The arrests of all three defendants are the result of a collaborative ongoing investigation by the Scarsdale Police Department and the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office into the April Berwick Road Burglary. Scarsdale Police Chief Andrew Matturro would like to thank Westchester District Attorney Anthony Scarpino for his agency’s support and assistance throughout this investigation.
Chief Matturro stated that this case has always been a top priority for the Scarsdale Police Department, and although limited information was released during the ongoing investigation, this case made progress on a daily basis. Detectives assigned to this cased tracked down the remaining suspect, Jayvahne Hamilton, who had fled New York, to Goldsboro, North Carolina. With the assistance of the Goldsboro, NC Police Department, he was taken into custody and returned to New York. Additional charges against Mr. Hamilton are expected to be added at a future court proceeding.