Swyonkers's HamletHub https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers Thu, 19 Sep 2019 22:02:52 -0400 HamletHub.com Yonkers Library Director Retiring https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/life/2499-yonkers-library-director-retiring2499-yonkers-library-director-retiring https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/life/2499-yonkers-library-director-retiring2499-yonkers-library-director-retiring

- Library Director Edward Falcone has announced that he will retire from his position this December, after fourteen years in the YPL system, the last five as Library Director. During his tenure, Mr. Falcone has been responsible for many significant projects including creating Tech Central, the first-of-its-kind technology and education center at Riverfront Library, the re-imagining of the iconic facade at Grinton I. Will Branch, and reinstating Summer Sundays at all three branches.
 
“It has been a privilege to direct an organization that employs so many talented and dedicated people.” said Mr. Falcone. “My time at YPL has been an incredibly rewarding experience for me, both professionally and personally, and the memories I will take with me will be treasured.”
 
Yonkers Public Library is the largest public library system in Westchester County, its three branches serving a diverse population of nearly 200,000. Under Mr. Falcone’s leadership the library has been recognized as a critical community resource partnering with the City of Yonkers, Yonkers Public Schools, Westchester County Government, and a wide array of organizations throughout the City.
 
“Congratulations to Ed on a successful and productive career,” said Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano. “Ed’s work for the Yonkers Public Library system has been stellar, shepherding new technology and programs that enlighten and engage our community. On behalf of our Yonkers residents, I thank Ed for his dedication to our residents and libraries. I wish him a happy and healthy retirement.”
 
“YPL has excelled in the areas of programming and community engagement due to Ed’s commitment to our strategic plan. He has led major projects that have changed the landscape of YPL and positioned it for the future,” stated Board President Anietra Guzmán-Santana. “The Board of Trustees is honored to have worked with such a dedicated and passionate administrator. We wish him the best on his forthcoming retirement.”
 
The Board of Trustees has hired consulting firm Library Development Solutions to conduct a national search for the next library director. For more information on the search process or for queries, visit ypl.org/directorsearch or contact Alan Burger at aburger@librarydevelopment.com​ or 609.273.3299. 
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aseward100@aol.com (YPL) Life Mon, 16 Sep 2019 09:17:50 -0400
Radio Show On Indian Point https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/life/2498-radio-show-on-indian-point2498-radio-show-on-indian-point https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/life/2498-radio-show-on-indian-point2498-radio-show-on-indian-point

Westchester Eye on the Radio will feature Richard Webster of River Keeper on Monday, September 16th from 3-4pm. Topic is the decommissioning of Indian Point and the Holtec Company that will be in charge.

Holtec is embroiled in scandal and inexperienced with spent fuel management. WVOX 1460AM or check it out online at wvox.com.https://www.riverkeeper.org/blogs/docket/stop-holtec-from-taking-over-at-indian-point/

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aseward100@aol.com (Ardina Seward) Life Sun, 15 Sep 2019 17:00:18 -0400
12 Year Old Boy Shot in Downtown Yonkers https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/publicsafety/2497-12-year-old-boy-shot-in-downtown-yonkers2497-12-year-old-boy-shot-in-downtown-yonkers https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/publicsafety/2497-12-year-old-boy-shot-in-downtown-yonkers2497-12-year-old-boy-shot-in-downtown-yonkers

Yonkers Police investigate shooting incident; 12-year-old victim in stable condition

Yonkers, NY – On Sunday, September 8th, 2019, at approximately 1:48 AM, members of the Yonkers Police Department responded to the front entrance of 73-83 Highland Avenue on a report of shots fired. Upon arrival officers located a 12-year-old male victim down on the ground with an apparent single gunshot wound to the neck; first responders immediately rendered medical aid to the boy and transported him to a local area trauma center where is currently undergoing surgery and is listed in serious but stable condition. Officers cordoned off the scene and a criminal investigation was initiated.

Detectives from the Major Case Squad, Crime Scene Unit, and Digital Forensics Unit responded to the scene, interviewing subjects and witnesses, processing forensic and ballistic evidence, and recovering surveillance video. Preliminary investigation has yielded that the victim, who does not reside at the location, was with a group of other young people in front of the building when a vehicle pulled-up on Highland Avenue from which two perpetrators emerged, both allegedly firing a single shot each in the direction of the group which was located some distance away; the victim was struck by one of these shots. The perpetrators then fled the scene in the same vehicle.

Multiple investigators are actively working at this time to identify and apprehend both perpetrators and determine the motivations for this incident; the Yonkers Police Department will commit every available resource towards that end. Detectives and Police Officers will be canvassing the area throughout the day developing information. The victim’s family has been notified and is cooperating with police. The investigation is in the early stages and additional information may be released as it becomes available.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is encouraged to contact the Yonkers Police Detective Division at (914) 377-7724 – all calls will remain confidential. 100% anonymous tips can be sent by texting the key word YPD plus the tip to 847411. Anonymous tips can also be sent to us directly through the Yonkers PD Tips app which can be downloaded for free to any Apple or Android device. ###

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aseward100@aol.com (YPD) Public safety Sun, 08 Sep 2019 11:32:10 -0400
58th Annual Armonk Outdoor Art Show Sept. 21 & 22 https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/events/2496-58th-annual-armonk-outdoor-art-show2496-58th-annual-armonk-outdoor-art-show https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/events/2496-58th-annual-armonk-outdoor-art-show2496-58th-annual-armonk-outdoor-art-show

58th Annual Armonk Outdoor Art Show

The 58th Annual Armonk Outdoor Art Show features 185 juried artists from 26 states, Canada, and Israel, including 34 new artists. The show is ranked #2 Fine Art and Design Show in the Nation, based on sales reported by exhibitors to Sunshine Artist, a premiere art and craft show publication. A broad range of art in every medium and price point will be on display, including painting, printmaking, drawing, pastels, mixed mediums, sculpture, photography & digital art, wearable art, and fine crafts. Free personal consultants, trained in fine art and interior design, are available to assist visitors in selecting art that best fits their taste and decor.

“The Armonk Outdoor Art Show is a must-see event every fall for thousands of discerning art lovers from the Hudson Valley and NYC metro area” said Anne Curran, Executive Director of the show. “It’s also a fun experience for the whole family with free activities for kids and collaborative art projects, great food vendors, and beer and wine. So, come for the art and stay for the fun.”

Come for the Art...

The 58th Annual Armonk Outdoor Art Show continues its long tradition of showcasing well curated and diverse fine art.

Learn about what inspires our 2019 Featured Artists:
Jennifer Ardolino, Michael Patterson, Evan Lorberbaum, Natalya Khorover Aikens and Nnamdi Okonkwo.

Stay for the Fun! 

Free Fun-Filled Activities for All Ages

Art and entertainment for kids ages 1-5 with adult participation
Interactive programs for kids ages 5-12, sponsored by The Harvey Schooland Emerald Tree & Shrub Care Company
And an Engaging Alliance of Arts Organizations:
Food, Craft Beer and Wine – Diverse Vendors and New Additions!
Including: Luke’s Lobster, Captain Lawrence Brewing, Fortina and BBQ by Taylored Menus
 
 
Admission:
General $14.00, Seniors $12.00, 18 and under: Free

Ample free parking on site. Sorry, no dogs allowed.

58th Annual Armonk Outdoor Art Show
Saturday & Sunday, September 21 & September 22
10:00 am – 5:00 pm, Rain or Shine.
205 Business Park Drive, Armonk, NY 10504
Show Benefits North Castle Public Library

Learn more: https://armonkoutdoorartshow.org

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kerry@ducey.org (Michael Dardano) Events Wed, 04 Sep 2019 10:10:23 -0400
Yonkers Politician Has Bike Stolen https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/publicsafety/2495-yonkers-politician-has-bike-stolen2495-yonkers-politician-has-bike-stolen https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/publicsafety/2495-yonkers-politician-has-bike-stolen2495-yonkers-politician-has-bike-stolen

The former president of the Yonkers City Council is angry. Someone stole his son, Ryan's bike.

Liam McLaughin wrote an appeal on Facebook:

 

 

 

"Does anyone recognize this Piece of Sh#%?!

This grown man stole Ryan’s bike today at approximately 1:35 PM in back for a friend’s building at 365 Bronx River Road.

Any tips would be greatly appreciated.

Btw, the bike is a Blue Schwinn Trailway."

McLaughlin served as Yonkers City Council president from 2013 t0 2017.

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aseward100@aol.com (Ardina Seward) Public safety Tue, 03 Sep 2019 18:57:18 -0400
Downtown Yonkers Bank Robbed https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/publicsafety/2494-downtown-yonkers-bank-robbed2494-downtown-yonkers-bank-robbed https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/publicsafety/2494-downtown-yonkers-bank-robbed2494-downtown-yonkers-bank-robbed

Yonkers, NY – On Thursday, August 22nd, 2019, at approximately 12:43 PM, members of the Yonkers Police Department responded to the Wells Fargo bank located at 12 South Broadway on a report of an armed robbery. Officers immediately responded and met with bank staff and witnesses who related that a Hispanic male dressed in what appeared to be hospital scrubs and no shoes approached a teller and brandished a knife, demanding money; the suspect was handed currency totaling over $2,700 and fled the area. Officers cordoned off the scene, canvassed the vicinity, and initiated a criminal investigation.

Detectives from the Major Case Squad, Crime Scene Unit, and Computer Tech Unit responded to the bank and interviewed subjects and witnesses, processed forensic evidence, and recovered surveillance video. Utilizing surveillance images and technology, investigators quickly identified the perpetrator and began a County wide search in order to affect his arrest.

Yesterday, August 26th, 2019, at approximately 2:52 PM, the Yonkers Police was notified by staff at the Wells Fargo bank that the same suspect had re-entered the premises and then walked out; he was followed by a bank employee who advised police that the suspect boarded a Bee-Line bus; officers located the bus and apprehended the suspect without incident, placing him under arrest – he is identified as Henry Victor NIEVES, a 51-year-old resident of Main Street in New Rochelle. NIEVES displayed facial injuries not related to this incident or arrest.

Police Commissioner John J. Mueller stated, “Let this arrest be a reminder to those would commit criminal acts in our City, that you will be arrested and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. I applaud the efforts of our Police Officers, Detectives, and Wells Fargo bank staff who worked together to apprehend Nieves; a fine example of police and community collaboration.”

NIEVES was booked on the single charge of Robbery 1’, a Class B Violent Felony in the New York State Penal Law; he was arraigned this afternoon in Yonkers Criminal Court and remanded to the Westchester County Jail with his next appearance date scheduled for September 13th, 2019. The case is being prosecuted by the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office.

NOTE: Booking charges are merely accusations and the defendant(s) are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law. ###

 

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aseward100@aol.com (YPD) Public safety Tue, 27 Aug 2019 23:43:58 -0400
Political Discussion Coming Up https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/politics/2493-political-discussion-coming-up2493-political-discussion-coming-up https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/politics/2493-political-discussion-coming-up2493-political-discussion-coming-up

Charles Stearn of Red Blue Talk, will be back on Westchester Eye on the Radio tomorrow, August 26th from 3-4pm on WVOX 1460a.m.radio. Discussion will continue about Mount Vernon politics, the controversial New Rochelle School Board Superintendent, and the upcoming Mamaroneck mayor and village trustee race. Show wll be streamed live at wvox.com.Tune in, call in, and listen up for an exciting hour. 914-636-0110.

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aseward100@aol.com (Ardina Seward) Politics Sun, 25 Aug 2019 15:54:50 -0400
Yonkers Car Breakins On the Rise https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/publicsafety/2492-yonkers-car-breakins-on-the-rise2492-yonkers-car-breakins-on-the-rise https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/publicsafety/2492-yonkers-car-breakins-on-the-rise2492-yonkers-car-breakins-on-the-rise

Yonkers police warn drivers  to lock their cars as a result of  a series of car breakins.

YPD states that several  suspects have been seen  on surveillance cameras checking for unlocked car doors. 

Cops have made multiple arrests in connection to these robberies over the past few months.

If you see suspicious behavior, alert the Yonkers police.
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aseward100@aol.com (Ardina Seward) Public safety Fri, 23 Aug 2019 06:45:57 -0400
Progressive Computing Celebrates 25th Anniversary https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/neighbors/2491-progressive-computing-celebrates-25th-anniversary2491-progressive-computing-celebrates-25th-anniversary https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/neighbors/2491-progressive-computing-celebrates-25th-anniversary2491-progressive-computing-celebrates-25th-anniversary

Progressive Computing Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

For 25 years, Progressive Computing has adapted to numerous industry innovations while providing vigilant and cost-effective information technology service to the needs of businesses in the New York City area and across the country.

The company recently commemorated this milestone at its new headquarters near Midland Avenue in Yonkers with a bash attended by several local luminaries. Founded by Robert Cioffi, chief operating officer, and Ugo Chiulli, chief executive officer, who grew up in Yonkers, Progressive Computing has always called the city home.

Jim Cavanaugh, Yonkers deputy mayor, read from a proclamation announcing Progressive Computing Day. “Small businesses are the backbone of any community and for this firm to survive and thrive through so many business cycles is a testament to their success,” said Cavanaugh. “We’d love for them to be here another 25 years.”

Nader J. Sayegh, New York State assemblyman from Yonkers, singled out the achievement along with Progressive Computing’s many years of giving back to the community. Progressive Computing employees work with local educators to teach about careers in technology under the STRIVE program along with many other volunteer educational and community-building endeavors.

“They are part of the fabric of Yonkers,” said Sayegh, who bestowed Progressive Computing with a special citation from the New York State Assembly. “The most important aspect about this is the way they take a real interest in providing Yonkers students with job training and job placement and helping them achieve positive results.”

Bridget Gibbons, Westchester County deputy director of economic development, also singled out the role Progressive Computing plays in the county’s Element 46 incubator initiative and issued a proclamation marking the event.

Progressive Computing is a mainstay of the Business Council of Westchester, the county’s premier professional and business organization. “Progressive Computing proves that it’s possible to grow as an organization when you do good things,” said Marsha Gordon, business council president and CEO. “They’re such a valuable company to have in Westchester because they are serious about their obligation to help others and to provide superior services.”

Cioffi and Chiulli, who graduated from Gorton High School in Yonkers, became friends and informal business associates at Iona College during the early home and business computing revolution in the 1980s.

They began developing software programs for local businesses with the open source DOS interface and then expanded as computer technology evolved. Their first clients included a telemarketing company, an HVAC concern and a wholesale meat delivery business.

At first, businesses required the build out of computer networks that could talk with each other, so they installed servers and desktops. “We worked on the break-fix model with an hourly rate, but this generated the idea of selling maintenance packages with managed services for a flat fee per month,” said Cioffi.

Cioffi and Chiulli began helping their clients gain competitive advantage through budgeting and strategy. They also helped standardize computer systems for clients’ vendors and other businesses with which they interacted.

The cloud, the latest metamorphosis in computing, “changes the nature of what we’re doing and opens up the ability to expand our geographical footprint,” said Cioffi. “When we installed hardware, we had to stay in our own backyard, but now we can connect with anyone.”

In addition to around 80 clients – known as partners – in the New York City metropolitan region, the company now services businesses in San Jose, Dallas and Denver, along with another firm that supports 26 offices nation-wide.

“Ugo and I are two very different people but we share the same core values,” said Cioffi. “We’re fortunate because we’ve been able to surround ourselves with quality people who can live up to those values. The feedback we always get from customers is that we have a great team of people who are a pleasure to work with. Everyone has an inner geek here, and we celebrate that, but we care about being human beings first. We’re more than just technology.”

With offices in Westchester County and Manhattan, Progressive Computing, Inc. is a leader in computer network installation, design and maintenance, offering professional, cost-effective IT services, computer consulting, technical support and computer repair to leading edge businesses. Clients regard them as their "on-demand" information technology department, entrusting that their recommendations, services and products will help them save money, become more efficient and grow their businesses. Progressive Computing can support all IT outsourcing needs with customized solutions to meet clients’ exacting needs.

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Tarad@hamlethub.com (Michael Dardano) Neighbors Wed, 21 Aug 2019 03:52:12 -0400
Yonkers Man Issued Twelve Tickets https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/publicsafety/2490-yonkers-man-issued-eighteen-tieckets2490-yonkers-man-issued-eighteen-tieckets https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/publicsafety/2490-yonkers-man-issued-eighteen-tieckets2490-yonkers-man-issued-eighteen-tieckets

Yonkers Police arrest man for assault, reckless driving; almost striking officer with vehicle

Yonkers, NY – On Saturday, August 17th, 2019, at approximately 2:45 AM, members of the Yonkers Police Department responded to the area of 1585 Central Park Avenue on a report of disorderly persons engaged in a car meet in a local parking lot. Officers had previously engaged the same group in several other parking lots that night having dispersed the same in an effort to prevent drag-racing on Central Park Avenue and reduce the noise complaints associated with such meets. Several summonses had already been issued for unsafe starts i.e. “burn outs”.

Officers again stopped several vehicles in the above parking lot and were engaged in enforcement activity when the operator of a 2007 black Infinity G35 took-off unsafely and accelerated to a high rate of speed in the parking lot attempting to leave the same, maneuvering towards an officer outside his vehicle. The officer commanded the Infinity to stop to no avail and had to quickly move out of the way to avoid being struck; other officers who observed this then attempted to stop the vehicle, and then in an effort to evade the police the Infinity mounted a curb resulting in loss of control and struck a concrete wall which rendered the vehicle inoperable. The driver was then placed under arrest at the scene without incident. The Infinity was subsequently impounded as evidence. No parties were injured during this incident.

The driver of the Infinity is identified as Daniel A. VALLECILLO, an 18-year-old resident of Palisade Avenue this City. VALLECILLO was booked on charges including felony attempted Assault, Reckless Endangerment, Reckless Driving, and Unlawful Fleeing of a Police Officer in a motor vehicle; he was also issued twelve summonses. VALLECILLO was arraigned in Yonkers City Court; his next court date is scheduled for August 23rd. The case is being prosecuted by the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office.

Police Commissioner John J. Mueller stated, “The Yonkers Police does not and will not tolerate drag-racing on our City streets and highways; these car meets and the issues they bring degrade the quality-of-life of our residents and will be met with strict enforcement. And to anyone who would dare place our officers in danger, you will be arrested and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.”

The Yonkers Police Department is committed to improving the quality-of-life for our residents and holding those individuals accountable who break the law and pose a threat to our communities and officers. Quality-of-life issues including drag-racing and reckless driving should be reported to the Yonkers Police at (914) 377-7900; emergencies dial 9-1-1.

NOTE: Booking charges are merely accusations and the defendant(s) are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law

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aseward100@aol.com (YPD) Public safety Mon, 19 Aug 2019 19:40:10 -0400
BREAKING NEWS: Mount Vernon Votes in New Mayor Again https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/politics/2488-breaking-news-mount-vernon-votes-in-new-mayor-again2488-breaking-news-mount-vernon-votes-in-new-mayor-again https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/politics/2488-breaking-news-mount-vernon-votes-in-new-mayor-again2488-breaking-news-mount-vernon-votes-in-new-mayor-again

Richard Thomas, the embattled Mayor of Mount Vernon NY, vacated office yesterday, August 1st. A U Haul ferried the contents of his chambers away. A court judgment stripped  him of the remaining and disputed time left in his term. 

City Council President Andre Wallace was appointed as acting mayor pending a formal election to be held in November for permanent Mayor. 

Today, the Mount Vernon City Council met and in a bizarre move, appointed the City Council President, Lisa Copeland as Mount Vernon mayor to replace Andre Wallace who just a day before replaced Richard Thomas.

Wallace refuses to step down from his two day reign. He goes even further to insist that Shawn Harris be recognized as his appointed Police Commissioner while Harris states that he cannot enter City Hall due to the threat of arrest.

The drama continues to unfold as the permutation of two mayors becomes increasingly complicated. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y93TpI5Dkuc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1VRaDyk77LU

Andre Wallace and Sean Harris

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aseward100@aol.com (Ardina Seward) Politics Fri, 02 Aug 2019 16:15:18 -0400
McDonalds Helps Pay College Tuition https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/life/2487-mcdonalds-helps-pay-college-tuition2487-mcdonalds-helps-pay-college-tuition https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/life/2487-mcdonalds-helps-pay-college-tuition2487-mcdonalds-helps-pay-college-tuition

Do you need a job that works around your schedule and helps you pay for college, or are you looking to start a new career? On August 14th, from 9 AM to 4 PM, participating New York State McDonald’s restaurants are on a hiring spree to recruit over 2000 people.

Every walk-in will have the chance to apply and interview for a position to join the McDonald’s team – where they can enjoy benefits like flexible hours, tuition assistance from the Archways to Opportunity program, world-class job training, opportunities for advancement and an employee discount.

For opportunities, please visit one of more than 600 New York State McDonald's on August 14th from 9 AM to 4 PM, apply online anytime at www.mcdonalds.com/careers, or text WorksforMe to 36453.

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aseward100@aol.com (McDonalds) Life Wed, 31 Jul 2019 20:46:49 -0400
(R) Westchester Pol Candidate Owes Taxes https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/politics/2486-r-westchester-pol-candidate-owes-taxes2486-r-westchester-pol-candidate-owes-taxes https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/politics/2486-r-westchester-pol-candidate-owes-taxes2486-r-westchester-pol-candidate-owes-taxes

Michael Grace is running for Westchester County Legislator. The Yorktown resident owes thousands of dollars in taxes and reporter David McKay Wilson has investigated it.
Wilson will be a guest on Westchester Eye on the Radio on 7/29/2019 from 3-4pm. Listen online at wvox.com. https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:XntoYdPfMSUJ:https://www.lohud.com/story/money/personal-finance/taxes/tax-watch/2019/07/22/michael-grace-taxes/1770200001/+&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us
 
 
 

 

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aseward100@aol.com (Ardina Seward) Politics Sun, 28 Jul 2019 08:14:03 -0400
Man Shot on Warburton Avenue https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/publicsafety/2485-man-shot-on-warburton-avenue-15637566592485-man-shot-on-warburton-avenue-1563756659 https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/publicsafety/2485-man-shot-on-warburton-avenue-15637566592485-man-shot-on-warburton-avenue-1563756659

 YPD Press Release in connection with this incident.

On Sunday, July 21, 2019 at approximately 3:15 AM members of the Yonkers Police Department responded to the vicinity of 12 North Broadway on a report of shots fired. Thereat officers located a victim, a 31-year-old male resident of Nepperhan Avenue this City, with a non-life threatening gunshot wound to the leg; he was transported to a local area hospital and is listed in stable condition.

Detectives from the Major Case Squad and Crime Scene Unit responded to the scene, interviewing subjects and witnesses, reviewing surveillance video, and processing forensic and ballistic evidence. Investigators are actively developing information to establish the facts of this incident, no arrests have been made at this time; additional information may be released in the near future.

Yonkers Voice video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCbyR7w5uNQ

Man shot on Warburton & Wells

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aseward100@aol.com (YPD) Public safety Sun, 21 Jul 2019 16:50:58 -0400
John Mueller New Yonkers Police Commissioner https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/publicsafety/2484-john-mueller-new-yonkers-police-commissioner2484-john-mueller-new-yonkers-police-commissioner https://news.hamlethub.com/swyonkers/publicsafety/2484-john-mueller-new-yonkers-police-commissioner2484-john-mueller-new-yonkers-police-commissioner

 Yonkers Voice is reporting that John Mueller has just been appointed the new Yonkers Police Commissioner. He will be replacing Charles Gardner who submitted his resignation last week. Gardner will be retiring. 

More info to come. 

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aseward100@aol.com (Ardina Seward) Public safety Sun, 14 Jul 2019 16:32:46 -0400